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Crash Recovery for Linux sounds a bit superfluous. Linux is regarded as one of todays most stable Operating Systems. In the case of some hardware failure like a broken disk it can however be handy. Of course your machine doesnt have to have linux installed to make use of the CRK kit. There are several uses and purposes for the CRK to be used. To name a few : · recovery of a trashed LILO boot record. How many times does it happen that some person installs windows 98/95 after he/she installed linux? Well in that case windows 9X just overwrites the MBR record and linux wont be able to boot anymore. · backup over the network in the form of tar.gz tarballs. Both FAT16, FAT32, ext2 and all filesystems which Linux supports in a read/write fashion can be taken care of. The strong part of the CRK is when a disk is replaced or repartitioning is being done. The CRK boots a complete mini linux with networking where all possible hardware which is inside the Linux kernel is available. · Testing hardware of new intel based machines. · Detecting versions and types of hardware. The Linux kernel holds a large database of hardware supported. Booting a linux kernel doesnt only resolve if the hardware is ok, it also show its specs. This can be handy if one wants to check-out an old/new PC which is for sale. · Recovery of a misconfigured or hacked Linux system. Well that can happen. /etc/fstab can be wrong or the root password is unknown etc. · make a tape backup of a disk which cant be booted anymore. The CRK is based on RedHat Linux. I have always used RedHat systems, thats why. When my system needed maintenance the rescue floppy image which RedHat supplies didnt fullfill my needs. Thats why i created the CRK. Lately i use Mandrake. How and why the CRK was created read the short history. The CRK is licensed under the GNU Public License (GPL).. Crash Recovery for Linux sounds a bit superfluous. Linux is regarded as one of todays most stable Operating Systems. In the case of some hardware failure like a broken disk it can however be handy. Of course your machine doesn't have to have linux installed to make use of the CRK kit. There are several uses and purposes for the CRK to be used. To name a few :Crk - Crash Recovery Kit - Redhat - For Linux - Crash Recovery - Linux - Recovery - Kit - Crash - Hardware - System - Other
Chkconfig is a tool for managing the collection of symbolic links found in the /etc/rc[0-6].d directories, on System V derived UNIX systems. The project saves the system administrator from the tedium of manually managing the scores of symbolic links.
DateOct 1, 2010
BinChunker converts a CD image in a ".bin / .cue" format (sometimes ".raw / .cue") to a set of .iso and .cdr tracks.
DateOct 25, 2010
Linux ATA RAID HOWTO explains how to setup RedHat on a system with Promise Fasttrack RAID. The Linux ATA RAID HOWTO explains how to set up RAID 1 (disk mirroring) and then install Red Hat Linux on the mirror device.
DateAug 20, 2010
Mail server with fast and stylish webmail, contacts, calendar and web administration panel. POP3/IMAP/SMTP/CalDAV/CardDAV/SSL, LDAP integration, multiple domains, external mail accounts, antispam, antivirus, Outlook and mobile sync, mobile version.
DateDec 29, 2015
PlatformLinux, Linux Console, Linux GPL, Linux Open Source
Americas Army is one of the five most popular action games played online.
DateAug 2, 2010
AuthorAA Dev Team