Simple Rescue CD is a small Linux rescue CD, suitable for booting systems that have become unbootable due to filesystem corruption or other problems. It lies somewhere between minimalist boot floppies and large full-featured rescue systems, and as such is suitable for when space is tight, such as on business card CDs.
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The kernel version was upgraded to 2.4.25, and a sample bochsrc has been made available for easier testing.
Release Notes: The kernel version has been upgraded to 2.4.23.
Release Notes: Booting support was improved, and the kernel was upgraded to 2.4.20. Some minor cosmetic improvements and build fixes were made. If the previous version didn't boot for you, try this one.
Release Notes: Username lookup in "ls", etc. now works properly. A working "shutdown" has been added. "chvt" has been added. A Makefile bug has been fixed so that "make" need only be run once after a logo change. An example ISO image has been added to the project home page.
Release Notes: The kernel was upgraded to 2.4.18, and minor boot script changes were made to cope better with multiple CDROMs.