I'm sure anyone who has ever gone to school after the new millennium has been fed up with the restrictions placed on our education through computer security software. This instructable will show you how to bypass any OS based restrictions without leaving a trace.
The concept is simple: if the OS is a problem then write your own OS.
This may sound like a large and complicated task, and that is because it is. But it is a cool way to give yourself some on a secure computer.
-An OS that can fit on a floppy disk or CD/DVD drive (e.g. Slax MikeOS , etc.)
Option A - The Floppy Drive:
-Personal computer with a floppy drive (very uncommon now but the easiest storage medium to boot to)
-School computer system that have floppy drives on their computers
Option B - The CD Drive:
-PC with a CD/DVD drive with read write capabilities (much easier to find)
-Rewritable CD's or DVD's
-School computers with Read/Write CD/DVD drives (needs to be Read/Write capable if you want to save any data to the CD)
-Another instructable (unfortunately I haven't attempted to do this with a CD yet so I cant help you yet)
Optional Resouces (if you want to build your own OS):
-a working knowledge of assembly language
Step 1: Build & Burn The OS
1. get MikeOS and extract to [OS directory]
2. insert floppy but dont mount
3. burn floppy image to disk using the dd command (very useful command to learn see here: http://www.linuxquestions.org/questions/linux-newbie-8/learn-the-dd-command-362506/
code: dd if=[OS directory]/disk_images/mikeos.flp of=[floppy directory]
-Mike OS on Windows: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6MJUGVFAXKg (also useful if you intend to build your own OS)
-Slax on any computer: download the iso file and burn to disk or download the .tar.gz and follow installation instructions on the site