Knoppix Rescues

Knoppix Rescues.

Kyle Rankin, author of Knoppix Hacks and a sysadmin, writes about a few of his Knoppix rescue stories.

As a battle-hardened sysadmin, I've seen a lot of broken systems (some
I broke, and some were broken for me). I've carried a number of rescue
disks, including tomsrtbt and the LinuxCare Bootable Business Card, but
over the past year or two, I've started to rely completely on Knoppix
as an all-in-one rescue disk. Below are some real-life accounts of how
I've saved some broken systems with just my Knoppix CD.

Looks like I need to go pick up a copy of Knoppix Hacks for
myself.  I haven't  played with Knoppix recently, but I did used it to
get data off NTFS formatted hard-drive by booting up Knoppix and
running the included ssh daemon.  Very slick   [Koozie Notes]

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