SystemRescueCd 8.04 x64/x86

SystemRescueCd is a valuable rescue disk that can be booted to CD. This rescue disk is based on Linux and it can be installed in addition to the CD on the flash memory.
SystemRescueCd 8.04 x64/x86
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Author
François Dupoux
Version
8.04
Updated
July 30, 2021
Requirements
Windows x64 or x86
Size
705.89 MB
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Description

SystemRescueCd is a valuable rescue disk that can be booted to CD. This rescue disk is based on Linux and it can be installed in addition to the CD on the flash memory. This tool can be used to troubleshoot the system and save broken systems in emergency situations. Various tools are provided on this disk, including troubleshooting, repairing, and debugging components, tools for mounting NTFS drives, network configuration, network services, search tools, antivirus, and more.

SystemRescueCd comes with many Linux tools such as stools, part images, parted and basic tools such as editors, command-line tools, network tools, and more. This boot disk can be used on servers, Linux, Windows systems. The kernel of this set supports system files ext2 / ext3 / ext4, ReiserFS, Reiser4, Btrfs, XFS, JFS, VFAT, NTFS, iso9660, and is also compatible with network file systems such as NFS and Samba.

Features

  • Efficient Linux-based operating system and the ability to boot via CD, Flash even when the main operating system is not loaded
  • File system support for EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, Reiserfs, Reiser4, BTRFS, XFS, JFS, VFAT, NTFS, ISO9660
  • Support for Samba and NFS network file systems
  • Build, edit, copy and restore hard disk partitions
  • Backing up data
  • Various tools for system debugging and repair
  • Various tools for hard disk partitioning
  • Ability to use other kernels at boot time
  • Ability to build custom boot disks for users
  • Various tools for working with hard disk
  • Working with the network through ssh, DHCP, TFTP, vnc-server, rsync, nfs, samba, ftp-clients
  • Swipe the boot image to continue LiveCD operation

Required system

Of course, you need a DVD burner, a disc. You also need an installed Linux system, with DVD + RW-tools. If you do not have this program, you can download it from the DVD + RW-tools homepage

You need to know the device name of your DVD burner. If you do not know it, you may find it with does. You should see something like this:

# dmesg | grep DVD 
hdd: PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-106D, ATAPI CD/DVD-ROM drive
hdd: ATAPI 32X DVD-ROM DVD-R CD-R/RW drive, 2000kB Cache, UDMA(33)

In this example, the two output lines show us the device name. It's "/dev/HDD". This was tested under Linux-2.4.26, with DVD + RW-tools-5.17, on a DVD + RW, and the device was “Pioneer DVR-106D”. It is supposed to work with all kinds of DVD discs, and all DVD burners.

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