Distribution Release: SystemRescue 7.00
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François Dupoux has released SystemRescue 7.00, a new version of the project’s useful system rescue toolkit for administrating or repairing a system and data after a crash. It is based on Arch Linux and features the Xfce desktop. The major version change is the result of the distribution’s renaming from SystemRescueCd to SystemRescue, as well as a new domain name, but otherwise it is just a routine upgrade from the 6.x series. From the changelog: “Renamed project from SystemRescueCd to SystemRescue; new website address - system-rescue.org; updated Linux kernel to long-term-supported linux 5.4.71; added dislocker to access disks encrypted using BitLocker (#46).” SystemRescue continues to be available in both amd64 and i686 variants; it includes a good catalogue of storage, disk partitioning, networking, file system, recovery, hardware information and secure deleting tools - see the project’s system tools page for a full list. Download the latest version from OSDN or SourceForge (pkglist systemrescue-7.00-amd64.iso (687MB, SHA256, signature), systemrescue-7.00-i686.iso (667MB, SHA256, signature).
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