Trinity Rescue Kit is a small CD-ROM/USB disk/PXE-based Linux distribution that targets repairing dead systems, or at least rescuing important data. It has full-blown network capabilities, including an ssh server and a Samba server. It has many custom-built scripts, full NTFS read-write capabilities through ntfs-3g and captive, and four virus scanners.
Release Notes: Very extensive and complete documentation. 2 more virus scan engines: Grisoft AVG and BitDefender. ntfs-3g has full and fast read/write support for NTFS drives. Bootable from a USB stick and over PXE. An integrated Samba file server. LVM support. Kernel 126.96.36.199 and hwdata 0.191-1. Menu-based graphical startup. Tools to migrate TRK from CD to USB and back to an ISO file if desired. Bridging capabilities. Full proxy server support: a script called "setproxy" can prompt you for your network's proxy parameters, allowing you to access the internet and update your TRK.
Release Notes: This release is a complete revision of the project. It features a new binary base (Mandriva 2005), kernel 188.8.131.52, revised or rewritten custom-made tools, captive NTFS support, expanded and enhanced virus scan support, and utilities like qtparted, tcpdump, and ms-sys.
No changes have been submitted for this release.