Using the Gnome CD Writer which is working well now, I made a Helix
CD Rom and tested it. I watched as the tester ran through the things on
the disk and it is really nice. It is a Knoppix type of construction
much like the Fedora "Live F7" and the earlier one that brings up linux
and then my favorite Amateur Radio software gmfsk. It actually works!
Now I want to get the Fedora CD image and see how it compares with
Helix. I am right now wondering how much better Helix is than the simple
rescue mode on the F7 DVD? I think the answer is that Helix has some
binaries that begin XP this and that and have .exe extentions.
Helix works and it needs an expert to run it.