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May 10, 2006, 08:30 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Anyone who dual-boots, runs, or manages a heterogeneous network with Windows and Linux workstations must occasionally contend with offline or dead systems. Of course, the open source world has plenty of good tools to help get these boxes back on track, or at least recover valuable data. Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) is a small yet powerful bootable Linux distribution that rescues, repairs, resets passwords, and clones dead Linux and Windows installations.

"Based on binaries from Mandriva 2005, the latest version, TRK 3.1, has been reinforced with heavily adapted bootup scripts. TRK includes scripts that download updates from the Internet and rebuild the ISO, so it's wise to burn the 85.3MB downloaded ISO onto a rewriteable CD (CD-RW)..."

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