Linux-Watch takes a look
at the recent release of SystemRescueCd v1.0. "For those of you who
haven't had the pleasure of using SystemRescueCd, the Linux kernel
22.214.171.124-based distribution can be booted from either a CD-ROM or a USB
stick. Once it's running, and I've yet to meet a busted PC that still had a
working CPU and memory it couldn't run on, you have your choice of the
lightweight WindowsMaker GUI or a shell command-line interface.
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