Software Update: SystemRescue 9.04 – PC – Downloads

SystemRescueCd logo (79 pixels) SystemRescue version 9.04 has been released. SystemRescue is a self-running Linux environment for managing or repairing system and data after a crash. It is intended to easily perform administrative tasks such as creating and editing hard disk partitions. It comes with different programs Such as GParted, fsarchiver, file system tools, editors, Midnight Commander, and network tools. It can be used for both Linux and Windows computers and does not require installation, but it is possible. The kernel supports all major file systems such as ext3/ext4, xfs, btrfs, reiserfs, jfs, vfat, ntfs, and network file systems such as SMB and NFS. The changelog for this version looks like this:

Changes in version 9.04:

  • The kernel has been updated to Linux-5.15.58 Long Supported System
  • The ‘cow_label’ and ‘cow_directory’ boot options can now also be set via the YAML config file
  • New ‘nomdlvm’ boot option does not activate md raid and lvm devices, preventing disk writes (#272)
  • Speed ​​up the boot process and fix using pacman using a preconfigured Pacman trusted database (#290)
  • “mountall” script optimization: detect more partitions, ignore swap, and support LUKS encryption
  • ‘mountall’ script optimization: add-read-only option, reuse empty mount points
  • Fix DNS name resolution during initramfs boot phase
  • The “ca-trust” configuration option is applied to Firefox as well
  • Added options to ‘sysconfig’ scope for YAML configurations: timezone, licensed_keys, bookmarks
  • Fix configuration if no YAML file exists at all (eg when running via PXE)
  • Added packages: rclone, qemu-img, multipath tools, unrar

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