bootE Linux is yet another minimalist (i386) Linux distribution and is contained entirely on a single floppy disk. It supports only single user mode, and is intended as a repair/rescue/emergency distribution.
|Tags||Recovery Tools Systems Administration|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: In addition to a few minor adjustments, support for MS-DOS and VFAT file systems were compiled back into the kernel. Furthermore support for ReiserFS was added.
Release Notes: The kernel version is now 2.4.20. Most of the e2fsprogs package was included, along with sfdisk and fdisk from the util-linux package. BusyBox was upgraded to 0.60.5, and uClibc was upgraded to 0.9.17.
No changes have been submitted for this release.