Various Processing and Data Rescue Tools over Wired or Wireless Networ
This Linux Live CD provides Various Processing Command Line Utilities (Clu) and Data Rescue Tools which can be used on a Wired or Wireless Network. On Startup it prompts the user to change password, mount all filesystems available locally, start wireless network ( if wifi interface present ), start network services (samba/ssh/sftp) and present user with a console for executing various utilities i.e Text, Image, Audio, Video, Downloading etc. on their FileSystems that are mounted. Googling on Linux ( or bash ) Command Line Utility for doing xyz task, will help the user to get examples of the same. For Data Rescue, File Managers / FileZilla can be used on networked machines to access the Live CD Machine for copying data files and folders. Refer Video / Screenshot for connection parameters and downloading option. Also Pen Drives and External USB Hard Drives can be connected before startup on the live cd machine to take backups using mcfm or clonezilla. See Wiki as well
GRAND UNIFIED BOOT LOADER FOR USB
FOR WINDOWS USERS WHO WANT TO JUMP TO LINUX EASILY/PAINLESSLY WITH A FAST BOOTING USB FLASH DRIVE. LATEST VERSION AT www.grub4usb.com A simplified "FAMILY TREE"/"Ancestor" perspective: www.grub4usb.com for more. Introduction (from http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/) GRANDPA: GRUB is a Multiboot boot loader. It was derived from GRUB, the GRand Unified Bootloader, originally by Erich Stefan Boleyn. DAD: GRUB4DOS made it easier for Windows/DOS users, but was still unreliable; the boot record was difficult to install for average users. GRUB4USB was developed to automate the installation of the correct 446 bytes to the boot sector, providing Windows Users with a bootable USB Flash Drive which could contain any flavor of Linux (or other OS). IDIOT PROOF: GRUB4USB is "AUTOMATIC AND HANDS FREE". Simply insert USB Flash Drives, they're detected, the boot record is installed with a Linux distribution to quickly create functional, bootable USB Flash Drives; aka LIVE USB.
Katana packages security / ethical hacking distributions (like Backtrack, Ophcrack, & UBCD) together with portable Windows applications (like Metasploit, NMAP, Cain & Able, & Wireshark) to run off a single USB flash drive.
It's a free Linux distirbution based on openSUSE
It's a free Linux distirbution based on openSUSE and created by Marky. It's made from people to people. ---- Features: Browser: Chrome Player: VLC Image editor: GIMP ---- Root user: User: root Password: linux Normal user: User: tux Password: linux ----
Portable System for installing many Linux Distros on to a Pen drive
This project provides a Live DVD for the multibootusb program, for installing multiple Linux Distros on to a single Pen drive and able to boot from it. This makes the program ready to use on the go on any system without installing it. It is faster to start this system through VirtualBox, then the DVD Drive. This .iso file can also be written on to a small dedicated pen drive ( ~ 1 GB ) through this DVD's multibootusb program and further used for writing linux images on to other pen drives ( not on the same ! ) thereby making everything portable. Note: Click "+ Other Locations" on the file manager for opening local disks, while browsing for images to write through this dvd's multibootusb program. Also note that the pen drive needs to be in fat32 format for proper booting. if in other formats, for eg. ntfs, you can use the GParted program that is in this dvd, to reformat it to fat32 ( will cleanup all data ). Watch https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CjQRkISnHQ4 before format. See Wiki
Easy rescue system with GUI tools for full system backup, bare metal recovery, partition editing, recovering deleted files, data protection, web browsing, and more. Uses partclone (like Clonezilla) with a UI like Ghost or Acronis. Runs from CD/USB.
Thinstation is a thin client linux distro using std. x86 hw. It can boot from network, pxe, syslinux, CD, floppy or flash-disk and connect to servers using VNC, RDP, XDM, SSH, Telnet, tn5250, tarentella, 2X, NX, Thinlinc, VMWare VDI or ICA.