rescue cd with networkign and ssh!
xaero at xaerolimit.net
Thu Jan 20 19:40:20 UTC 2011
On Thu, Jan 20, 2011 at 2:24 PM, Devin Teske <dteske at vicor.com> wrote:
> How about DruidBSD? http://druidbsd.sf.net/
> Bullet Points:
> - ISO is 24MB
> - Contains over 150 standard (and some non-standard) BSD utilities
> - Runs entirely from memory
> - Is based on FreeBSD-8.1
> - Includes the tmpfs kernel module (should you need to allocate more
> disk space from RAM)
> - Works from optical media (CD/DVD) and USB flash drives
> - Utilizes crunchgen to maintain tiny footprint
> - Designed to be a fully-operational FreeBSD distribution for embedded
> devices but doubles as an amazing rescue-disc
> - Graphical boot-loader
> Full Disclosure: I'm the author.
> 1. Download either DruidBSD-X.Y.iso (24MB) or Druid-X.Y.iso (same as
> former, but adds valuable diagnostic utilities such as windiag, memtest,
> seatools, dban, and killdisk; 32MB).
> 2. Burn to optical media _or_ use dd(1) to write directly to thumb drive
> _or_ load it directly into a VMware virtual machine's virtual-CDROM.
> 3. Boot. That's it.
> NOTE: If http://druidbsd.sf.net/ doesn't load for you, try instead
> http://druidbsd.sourceforge.net/ (the former produces a 302-redirect to
> the latter which may not be followed by all HTTP clients).
> Devin Teske
This is awesome ... I've been looking for something like thisfor several
months and could have even used it last months and early this month. I've
also got a few friends who would find this immensely useful as well.
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