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  • A Linux Live CD is a Linux saved unto a self starting cd-rom, in order for you to use it without the need to install it to your hard disk. After removing the 'live' cd-rom the computer can reboot in Windows as usual.
  • It's most common use is to demonstrate linux without having to install it to a hard disk.
  • The Live CD as problem solver for crashed computers also called "rescue cd".