System-Down::Rescue is a free downloadable live distribution. It is designed to recover damaged file-systems, copying the data around other physical discs or networks, or burning them on a CD-ROM, using cdrecord. It features a working hardware detection system.
|Tags||Recovery Tools Systems Administration Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: The kernel has been upgraded to 2.4.25, and the glibc libraries were upgraded to 2.3.2. The system architecture is now fully modular. There are new modules with new useful tools, for example, tools for system recovery, network analysis, some network servers (ftp, ssh), and PCMCIA support. Support for the ClamAV Anti Virus toolkit was added. The boot sequence has been redesigned, both in the scripts and in the graphics.
Release Notes: This version includes a lot of bugfixes and a few new features. The kernel has been updated to 2.4.23, and most of the libraries have been updated. New setup scripts were added to improve hardware detection and to speed up the start up operations. DHCP is used for automatic network configuration.
Release Notes: This release should be considered a release candidate for 1.0. The uncompressed ISO image has been reduced in size to only about 18 MByte, with a lot of free space on the CD-cards available for upgrades. The scripts and the library directory have been cleaned and the various file systems have been changed. Ext2 is now used for the initrd image and cramfs is used for the images to allow them to be mounted runtime, reducing RAM usage and improving general performance. Many bugfixes were made to the net libraries, so ping and ftp now work.
Release Notes: This is the first public beta version.