Whenever I carry some of my photos on CDs to friends of mine, I wish I could use KPhotoAlbum to pick specific photos. Unfortunately most of my friends use Windows, so KPhotoAlbum won't be available to me.
While Linux Live-CDs (like Knoppix) make it possible to boot Linux from CD/DVD, I know of no version containing KPhotoAlbum.
This Wiki page describes a way to have KPhotoAlbum available using Knoppix and how to create it yourself, to adapt it to other live-CD/DVD systems.
Newer Knoppix versions have a feature to create a image file (e.g. on memory stick) and mount this "on top" of the CD/DVD image. (UnionFS) This makes it possible to add additional software to the packages coming with the CD/DVD. (Without the need to install anything on the computer Knoppix runs on)
(Assuming here, /tmpmnt is a directory)
sudo mount -o loop -t ext2 knoppix.img /tmpmnt
This will mount the image on /tmpmnt. You now can look inside the image. You will find dirs like /etc/network/if-up.d/ (and many more) beside the obvious KPhotoAlbum files. These result from activities of Knoppix, which changed these files, so they ended up in the image too. I tried to get rid of these, but this always destroyed the image. (Tips here also welcome)
I installed mostly from source, because I already had those available. The alternative would be to download most things as installable package, e.g. .deb for Knoppix.
Get the files and save them on a partition later available on Knoppix. What you need may differ, depending on the version you are using and if you are using a CD or DVD version. I assume that you are familiar with the usual way to compile and install configure-based open source SW.
For the following see the KPhotoAlbum homepage
(The exact steps depend on your Knoppix version. My description here is based on Knoppix 5.2. The titles are back-translated from my German version)
dpkg -i libqt3-mt-sqlite_3.3.7-4_i386.deb
Now KPhotoAlbum should be working and installed in the image. (You might need additional packages, depending on your version) Next time just the image file is needed, as described above.