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at the 1.4.0 release of SystemRescueCD. "The latest release uses the 220.127.116.11 Linux kernel and features the new options to boot from NFS or NBD, which lets users boot SystemRescueCd from a network if, for example, a computer doesn't have a CD drive. The developers note that although previous versions of the SystemRescueCd could also boot from a network, version 1.4.0 mounts the root file system through the network instead of copying the whole root file system image to the local system's memory. This allows computers with only 256 MB of memory to boot the 400 MB+ image from the network.
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