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FreeBSD-boot-rescue

FreeBSD-boot-rescue is a small FreeBSD CD system for the purpose of system booting or rescue. It supports the following filesystems: ext2/3 (rw), ufs1/2 (rw), NTFS (ro), NFS (rw), MS-DOS FAT16/32 (rw), ReiserFS (ro), smbfs (rw), UDF (ro), and ISO9660 (ro).

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  •  15 Nov 2005 06:56

    Release Notes: The FreeBSD system was updated to version 6.0.

    •  05 Aug 2003 21:17

      Release Notes: The UDF and SMBFS filesystems were added, and some of the software was updated.

      •  12 Jul 2003 17:20

        Release Notes: Some new programs were added: the zgv image viewer, cdrecord/dvdrecord, and dvd+rw tools.

        •  11 Jun 2003 01:29

          Release Notes: This release adds network ethernet/dsl/cable support and updates the kernel to 5.1.

          •  31 May 2003 03:28

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

            Recent comments

            14 Jul 2003 03:17 pogacsahu

            Not compliant ....
            Dear maintantainer,

            Your FreeBSD boot-rescue system this way is not very compliant to the FreeBSD standard:

            - You dump all the utilities to /usr/bin. This is fairly non-standard on FreeBSD. You usually find tools that is shipped with FreeBSD under /usr/bin and /bin and all extra goes to /usr/local/bin. If you keep this way, the maintenance will be problematic.

            - You should reference which FreeBSD version you use.

            - You can allways use the FreeBSD CD1 for rescue purpose.

            - You there is a live CD FreeBSD project that can (http://livecd.sourceforge.net/) be used as a live FreeBSD.

            Regards,
            Janos

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