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  • Title: MobaLiveCD - Run your LiveCD on Windows
    Descriptive info: .. Close.. Welcome to Mobatek.. Discover our multimedia and network solutions by visiting our different websites.. MobaXterm.. A free X server with.. Unix/Cygwin utilities.. Read more.. MobaSSH.. Free SSH server.. for Windows.. MobaPhoto.. Photo galleries creator.. for your website.. MobaLiveCD.. Test your LiveCD.. on Windows.. Mobatek.. PGT SocialWeb - Copyright 2010 by pagit.. eu.. Home.. Overview.. News.. Functions.. Usage.. Screenshots.. Download.. Support.. Contact us.. Licenses.. Welcome to MobaLiveCD.. MobaLiveCD allows you to.. test your LiveCD on Windows.. New version!.. Download MobaLiveCD.. version 2.. 1 for free.. Key features.. Discover MobaLiveCD.. options and key features.. Other freewares.. A free portable X server with Unix/Cygwin utilities and a tab-based console.. More information.. A performant, robust and easy to install SSH server for Windows computers.. A lightweight photo manager that can create some photo  ...   window.. is a freeware that will run your Linux LiveCD on Windows thanks to the excellent emulator called ".. Qemu.. ".. MobaLiveCD allows you to test your LiveCD with a single click.. : after downloading the ISO image file of your favorite LiveCD, you just have to start it in MobaLiveCD and here you are, without the need to burn a CD-Rom or to reboot your computer.. MobaLiveCD key features.. :.. No need to.. burn the CD-Rom.. anymore.. You can use the.. right-click menu.. for an easy and fast start.. Program without installation that you can start.. from an USB stick.. A clear and.. easy to use.. interface.. Light and portable.. application, packaged in a single executable of.. 1.. 6MB.. only.. Download MobaLiveCD today for free !.. Copyright © 2008.. -.. MobaMotiv..

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  • Title: MobaLiveCD
    Descriptive info: Overview..

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  • Title: News
    Descriptive info: News.. 2008-03-10.. posted by Mobateam.. New release of MobaLiveCD.. Here we are ! We are proud to anounce the release of.. MobaLiveCD version 1.. 2.. Some important changes have been made in this version : a new easier to use interface, an uninstall option, some help and an update of Qemu.. Note that the program previously called "BuibuiLiveCD" is now known as "MobaLiveCD".. For more information, please read the ".. Changelog.. " in the.. download.. section..

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  • Title: Features
    Descriptive info: Features.. Usage.. With only 2 clicks, run your LiveCD on Windows thanks to emulation.. Main window of MobaLiveCD.. : in this window, you can integrate MobaLiveCD in the Windows Explorer : you will then just have to right-click on an ISO image file in order to launch MobaLiveCD.. You can also directly start an ISO image without installing the right-click extension and without burning the CD-Rom !.. Help window.. : this window shows all the commands and keyboard shortcuts that you can use during emulation.. About window.. : this window gives you some useful information about MobaLiveCD..

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  • Title: Usage
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  • Title: Screenshots
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  • Title: Download
    Descriptive info: MobaLiveCD download.. Download the latest version.. Download MobaLiveCD v2.. 1 for free !.. test today your LiveCD directly on Windows.. thanks to emulation.. Download MobaLiveCD version 2.. 1.. Version 2.. 1:.. NEW FEATURE !!!! Added USB boot support.. You can now test your bootable USB drive (made with grub4dos, syslinux or other bootloaders) through emulation.. Updated qemu to the latest version for a better support of all new Linux distributions and Windows versions..

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    Descriptive info: Support.. Contact us for any request.. Enter your Name:.. E-mail address:.. Message Subject:.. Enter your Message:.. E-mail a copy of this message to your own address.. Please enter the following characters you see into the textbox below.. Letters not clear ?.. Click to renew captcha.. Send..

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  • Title: Licenses
    Descriptive info: Licenses.. MobaLiveCD - http://mobalivecd.. mobatek.. net.. Copyright 2008 2009 Mobatek - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots.. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Download sources.. ---.. GNU GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.. Version 3, 29 June 2007.. Copyright (C) 2007 Free Software Foundation, Inc.. Everyone is permitted to copy and distribute verbatim copies.. of this license document, but changing it is not allowed.. Preamble.. The GNU General Public License is a free, copyleft license for.. software and other kinds of works.. The licenses for most software and other practical works are designed.. to take away your freedom to share and change the works.. By contrast,.. the GNU General Public License is intended to guarantee your freedom to.. share and change all versions of a program--to make sure it remains free.. software for all its users.. We, the Free Software Foundation, use the.. 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