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cloop

(Compressed LOOPback device) A compression method for reducing the Knoppix Linux distribution so that it fits on one CD-ROM. Compressing approximately 2GB to less than 700MB, cloop works at the block level of the file system. See cowloop, block level and Knoppix.
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