PAUD (Parted And Utilities Disk) is a floppy disk image that contains system utilities, such as fdisk, mc (midnight commander), parted, ntfsresize, and more. It is good for rescue/administration purposes and transferring files from one filesystem to another for Windows users.
|Tags||Filesystems Utilities Operating Systems Operating System Kernels Systems Administration Boot Init Archiving backup|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: The kernel was updated to 2.4.20 to support hard drives that are greater than 137GB.
Release Notes: Updates parted to 1.6.25 to fix some critical bugs.
Release Notes: This release fixes booting problems for older CPUs, adds an optional expansion floppy with SCSI kernel modules, adds fdisk, cfdisk, ntfsresize, ntfscat, and ntfsls, updates parted to version 1.6.24, and removes ext2 utilities.
Release Notes: This release updates the kernel to 2.4.20, parted to 1.6.11, busybox to 0.60.5, and reiserfsck to 3.6.13.
Release Notes: Updated the kernel to version 2.4.18 with ext3 and reiserfs support, and glibc to 2.2.5. parted has been updated to 1.6.2 and now has reiserfs support. reiserfsck was updated to version 3.x.1b.