Feather Linux 0.7.4

SPB-Linux 2.0

Trinux 0.890

Tomsrtbt 2.0.103

Download Tomsrtbt

Get the .ElTorito.288.bin.bz2 one to burn a bootable CD.

INSERT 1.3.5

Damn Small Linux 1.2

Wikipedia LiveCD

How to build a Quantian cdrom

Quantian HOWTO Build Recipe

Two HOWTOs are provided which describe how to build a Quantian cdrom

Quantian 0.6.9.3

Quantian

The Quantian Scientific Computing Environment

mkCDrec - Make CD-ROM Recovery

"mkCDrec makes a bootable (El Torito) disaster recovery image (CDrec.iso), including backups of the linux system to the same CD-ROM (or CD-RW) if space permits, or to a multi-volume CD-ROM set. Otherwise, the backups can be stored on another local disk, NFS disk or (remote) tape.

After a disaster (disk crash or system intrusion) the system can be booted from the CD-ROM and one can restore the complete system as it was (at the time mkCDrec was run) with the command /etc/recovery/start-restore.sh [...]

MkCDrec supports ext2 , ext3, minix, xfs , jfs, reiserfs file systems, LVM and software RAID (multiple devices). Each file system is backed up as a compressed tar archive (including the tar log). The compress program used is the user's choice (compress, gzip, bzip2, lzop,...) :-) [...]

mkCDrec Project Philosophy:

Combine a bootable rescue CD-ROM with disaster recovery scripts and optional utilities . How do we get there? With a simple "make" command ;-) [...]

The make CD-ROM recovery (mkCDrec) tool was designed to recover from CD-ROM a complete GNU/Linux system (Intel only) after a disaster happened, such as a disk crash or system intrusion.

It is the purpose that you run the mkCDrec tool from time to time to have an up-to-date snapshot of your system.

The tool was made to be as simple as possible, therefore, do not expect a fantastic GUI of some kind. All it need is a console, and in case of disaster you will be glad to see a console prompt !!!"

http://mkcdrec.sourceforge.net/

http://sourceforge.net/projects/mkcdrec/

http://mkcdrec.ota.be/project/introduction.html

http://mkcdrec.ota.be/project/download.html

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=25327

mklivecd

"This project aimes at creating a Linux Live-CD based on Debian GNU/Linux. It does not provide the whole CD-Image, but it provides the program to create the image. [...] Mklivecd is based on Debian GNU/Linux. It changes the original Debian installation as little as possible. You only have to start the mklivecd program - - with as little interaction as possible - to build the Live-CD ISO-Image."

http://mklivecd.sourceforge.net/

http://sourceforge.net/project/showfiles.php?group_id=50413

bootcd

"Build an image of your running Debian System with the command bootcdwrite. You can also build a bootcd ISO image via NFS on a remote System. When you run your system from CD you do not need any disks. All changes will be done in ram. To reuse this changes at next boot time you can save them on FLOPPY with the command bootcdflopcp. If booting from your CD-drive is not supported, booting from FLOPPY is possible. It is possible to install a new system from the running CD with the command bootcd2disk. Bootcd2disk can also find a target disk, format it and make it bootable automatically. Bootcd also supports initrd root fs, devfs, transparent-compression ISO 9660 fs and syslinux/isolinux."

http://packages.debian.org/stable/utils/bootcd

Debix 0.1

LiveCD DebianWiki

Linux Live scripts

"Linux Live is a set of shell scripts which allows you to create own LiveCD from every Linux distribution. Just install your favourite distro, remove all unnecessary files (for example man pages and all other files which are not important for you) and then download and run these scripts to build your custom Live Linux."

http://www.linux-live.org/

The LiveCD List

Zen Linux 1.2

LNX-BBC 2.1

Freeduc-cd 1.5

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