List of Live CDs - Rescue and Repair Live CDs

Rescue and Repair Live CDs

  • Billix – a multiboot distribution and system administration toolkit with the ability to install any of the included Linux distributions
  • Inquisitor – Linux-based hardware diagnostics, stress testing and benchmarking Live CD
  • Parted Magic, entirely based on the 2.6 or newer kernels.
  • RIP: (R)ecovery (I)s (P)ossible is a Linux-based CD with partition tool and network tools (Samba), earlier versions were based on the 2.6.17 kernel.
  • System Folder of Mac OS on a CD or on a floppy disk – works on any media readable by 68k or PowerPC Macintosh computers.
  • SystemRescueCD is a Linux-based CD with tools for Windows and Linux repairs, based on the 2.6 kernel.
  • Trinity Rescue Kit – Mandriva Linux-based CD for use on a Windows or Linux-based system.
  • Kaspersky Rescue CD - a live CD "to scan, disinfect and restore infected operating systems." by the antivirus editor.

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