1.) Reported by: pawel
proteon.ko and skisa.ko produces "segmentation fault" on boot if all available network modules are integrated into miniroot.gz
2.) Reported by: Freebooter
The 4.0.2 DVD if F3 is pressed at boot opens a window which says: knoppix toram Load entire CD to ramdisk (1GB)
THIS IS THE DVD AND NOT THE CD AS IT DISPLAYS!
3.) Reported by: Ethereal
It seems that the number of captured Packets/Second in Ethereal, never returns to 0, but continues to grow over time. You will see this behavior by running Ethereal of the 4.0.2 DVD and clicking in the menu bar on: Capture -> Interfaces... In the previous release of Knoppix 4.0 DVD the Ethereal app seems to work fine and the number will return to 0 as you would expect.
4.) Reported by SJMac: Config and Persistent HD conflict?
I have a USB key with 2 partitions. In Knoppix they are /dev/sdb1 (ext2) and /dev/sdb2 (vfat).
I "save Knoppix configuration" in to /mnt/sdb1 and it is found on a reboot if I use myconfig=scan. If I create a "persistent Knoppix disk image" in /dev/sdb1, then it is never used, even if I specify home=/dev/sdb1 or home=scan at boot.
If I create the persistent disk image in the vfat partition, then it is detected at startup (no command line option required).
Maybe I cannot have a config config and persistent HDD file on the same partition? Also see http://www.knoppix.net/wiki/Using_FAQ#Q:_Knoppix_3.2:_Errormessage_during_booting.2C_when_HOME-Directory_is_saved_on_HD.3F
5.) Reported by SJMac: Nothing is Saved to my Persistent HD Until I reboot
Nothing is saved to a persistent HD image until the image is found after a reboot. Is this intentional, as it doesn't seem to be mentioned in the UI?
6.) Reported by SJMac: Custom Config is obseleted by Persistent HD Image.
It is not mentioned in the UI that saving a Custom Configuration is not necessary if a persistent HD image is used, or is it only necessary for certain settings.
7.) Reported by SJMac: Trying to get a GB / UK English configuration with lang=gb (or lang=uk, or lang=en_gb) doesn not have any effect.
Setting, eg lang=tr, does set up a turkish configuration, so there is something specificly wrong with lang=gb?