BG-Rescue Linux is a Busybox and uClibc-based rescue system with a 2.4 series Linux kernel. It supports full read/write support for NTFS using ntfs-3g. It is loaded from two floppy disks, a bootable CD-Rom, or a USB Stick. The system runs entirely in RAM. It supports a wide range of hardware (including SATA and DM/LVM2) and filesystems (including ext2/3, hfs/hfs+, and xfs) and can serve as a full backup/restore system for MS Windows systems which use FAT12/16/32 or NTFS. It also includes many utilities, including strong compresstion tools like lrzip. Automatic loading of the antivirus-program F-Prot from cdrom or usbstick is supported.
|Tags||Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based Floppy-Based Utilities usb boot rescue|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds support for CIFS, so it is now possible to mount samba/cifs shares from Windows servers. Busybox, dd_rescue, dosfstools, e2fsprogs, lrzip, and ntfs-3g_ntfsprogs have been updated to the latest available releases.
Release Notes: This release adds support for booting from a USB stick. Therefore, it is possible to use BG-Rescue Linux to boot either from 2 floppy disks, 1 CD, or 1 USB stick. Integration of F-Prot antivirus is now compatible with the latest release. Busybox, dosfstools, ntfs-3g, and lrzip have been updated to the latest available releases.
Release Notes: This release upgrades busybox to 1.18.4, lrzip to 0.571, ms-sys to 2.2.1, and ntfs-3g to 2011.1.15. The eltorito-boot mechanism of the bootable ISO-image was altered so that it should work on more middle-aged laptops.
Release Notes: This release upgraded the Linux kernel to 220.127.116.11, BusyBox to 1.18.1, dosfstools to 3.0.11, e2fsprogs to 1.41.14, and lrzip to 0.551.
Release Notes: uClibc was updated to 0.9.31 and gcc was updated to 4.2.1. The Linux kernel, busybox, dosfstools, lrzip, and ntfs-3g were updated to the most recent releases. HIGHMEM support was added to make full use of all available RAM when using lrzip 0.543. PCMCIA and umsdos support were dropped.