Look for my unofficial versions
on the K-Meleon page for Unofficial versions here :
These versions run on Windows without writing
files to a harddisk, but have no cache and no history,
as nothing can be written on the CD as well.
They would also work on Linux with wine,
but to use wine (also possible with wine on the CD)
the configuration folder of wine would have to
be writable in the users home folder on the hard disk
or in the ram created by an uninstalled Linux live CD.
To use K-Meleon on Linux with the wine emulator,
have a look at my NX versions
K-Meleon-NX-1816 or K-Meleon-NX-1814
which you will also find at the same place.
I am writing this post in Linux.
Read the notes about the different versions carefully.
Consider especially that the Windows dlls mentioned there
have to be available in the system. If they are not present
there, they can be placed in the K-Meleon main folder.
The older CD versions should also still be quite safe,
when used only from CD without writing access.