"The Linux world contains a wealth of rescue disks for
administrators of mixed networks. In the beginning was Tom's Root
Boot, 'the most GNU/Linux on 1 floppy disk.' Then came H. Peter
Anvin's SuperRescue CD, the first bootable Linux on a CD, which
naturally held many more tools than a floppy disk. Later came
Knoppix Live Linux CD, and subsequently the Linux Live CD universe
"The Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) is noteworthy for being relatively
lightweight, fast-booting, and designed specifically as a
cross-platform rescue CD..."
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