El Bandolero is a savvy outlaw when it comes to computers. He always carries one or two laptops in his saddlebags, along with a plethora of peripherals. Lately, on account of an untimely Windoze crash at an inopportune moment when he was sorely in need of a Google map in order to execute a smooth getaway, he’s been experimenting with Linux. It turned out that Knoppix was just the thing, because it could be carried around on his key ring and inserted in a little old USB port whenever he was inclined to boot up something other than Bill’s Demon Child.

Anybody else interested in following Bandolero’s lead can pick up their own portable Unix at  Knoppernet.

About Bandolero

Bandolero is an acrominical phoneme dissimilar in many ways from the phenominal esprit de la monastic pheronome widely observed in the montanas and sometimes mistaken for somebody else.