On July 15, François Dupoux announced a new release of his popular SystemRescueCd Linux-based operating system for rescue and recovery tasks.
SystemRescueCd 3.7.1 comes with important changes and improvements, but the most prominent one is the switch to a new version of the LTS Linux kernel. A couple of other updates have been implemented in his version.
Highlights of SystemRescueCd 3.7.1:
• The standard kernel is now Long Term Supported linux-3.4.52 (for both rescuecd and rescue64);
• Alternative kernels have been updated to latest stable version, 3.9.10 (for both altker32 and altker64);
• CONFIG_X86_X32 has been enabled in recent kernels so that users can chroot to x32 systems.
For more details about the new features and changes, take a look at the official changelog.
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