tomsrtbt is the most Linux on one floppy disk for rescue recovery panic and emergencies, contains tools to keep in your shirt pockets, is useful whenever you can't use a hard drive and contains about 100 rescue tools.
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Release Notes: Stabilization of 2.0.0 changes, which upgraded it from kernel 2.0.39 to kernel 2.2.20.
Release Notes: The kernel has be upgraded from 2.0.39 to 2.2.20 (patched for bzip2 kernel and ramdisk loading). Ext2 tools, fdisk, PCMCIA, rescuept, and busybox have been upgraded to the current versions. For now, only vi is included (emacs didn't fit), only PCMCIA network cards work (SCSI has been moved to the add-ons), and some other stuff didn't fit.
Release Notes: Make space preperatory for 2.2.x.
Release Notes: This release includes ext2fs sparse superblock and filetype support, DAC960 Mylex RAID controller support, removal of dmsdos and dutil support, upgrades to pax, tar, and cpio to read SVR4 cpio formats, upgrades to the ntfs filesystem version, anb md5 sum capability to tomshexd, a fix for undeb-- and unrpm-- minimal package extraction, a static-compiled fdformat and fdflush in the install archive, a new version of ext2fs (1.19), a fix for socket extraction in pax, tar, and cpio, as well as a vfat segfault fix. This release now uses kernel 2.0.39-final, however lies about the kernel version as a workaround for a small issue.
Release Notes: Kernel 2.0.37 and bug-fixes to pax, tar, and cpio are the key new things.