Rescatux 0.30.2 / 0.32 Beta 1
Distributed as a dual-arch Live CD
It is available for download as a dual-arch Live CD ISO image of approximately 400MB in size, which must be written on a CD disc or a USB flash drive of 512MB or higher capacity in order to be booted from the BIOS of a PC. Supported architectures include 64-bit (amd64) and 32-bit (i386).
From the minimal boot menu, the user can start the live environment with support for 32-bit or 64-bit platforms, as well as to start the Super Grub2 Disk utility. If you are not sure which option is best for you, do not hesitate to use the autodetect option.
Simple, fast and straightforward desktop environment
The LXDE (Lightweight X11 Desktop Environment) session is comprised of a bottom panel from where the user can launch applications, interact with running programs or cycle between multiple virtual workspaces.
Includes some of the best system rescue and data recovery tools
Some of the best system rescue and data recovery graphical tools are included in this tiny system rescue CD, such as Boot-Repair, GParted, OS-Unistaller, PhotoRec, TestDisk and Clean-Ubiquity.
In addition, there are also several command-line utilities designed for system rescue/recovery tasks, such as the gpart storage device scanner and extundelete data recovery tool for EXT filesystems.
Summing up, Rescatux is here to help you fix broken GRUB2 and Legacy GRUB boot loaders, regenerate GRUB menus on Debian and Ubuntu systems, fix Windows MBR partitions, check filesystems for errors and fix them, clear Windows passwords, change Linux passwords, regenerates sudoers files, and many more.
Reviewed by Marius Nestor on June 13th, 2014
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- Fixed bugs:
- Networking detection improved (fallback to network-manager-gnome)
- Bottom bar does not have a shorcut to a file manager as it’s a common practice in modern desktops. Fixed when falling back to LXDE.
Application descriptionRescatux is an open source Live CD GNU/Linux operating system specifically designed to be used for system rescue ...