Trinity Rescue Kit 3.4 build 372 freeware
Trinity Rescue Kit or TRK is a free live Linux distribution that aims specifically at recovery and repair operations on Windows machines, but is equally usable for Linux recovery issues. Since version 3.4 it has an easy to use scrollable text menu that allows anyone who masters a keyboard and some English to perform maintenance and repair on a computer, ranging from password resetting over disk cleanup to virus scanning.
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||system rescue, rescue, rescuer, repair, recover, back up|
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|3.4 build 37||Dec 11, 2011||New Release||-kernel 188.8.131.52
-hfsplusutilities 1.0.4-r1 (Gentoo sources) for Mac support
-hfs, hfsplus added as filesystem to mountallfs
-recompiled ntfsprogs with ntfsck. Don't expect too much from ntfsck: it's a very early alfa version from 2007. Noone ever bothered to develop it further and the whole ntfsprogs project looks dead now that the developers of ntfs-3g have gone commercial.
-mclone: -R option now enables "RAW"-mode, i.e. it will always use dd even when the filesystem is ntfs. This feature was needed since ntfsclone fails to successfully clone Vista and 7 images. To be tested now of course.
-setproxy: https_proxy support added => fixes virusscan updating (and others) when behind a proxy.
-virusscan: bugfix Avast disinfection reported a long time ago.
-more drivers enabled (especially nic drivers
|3.4 build 36||Aug 16, 2010||New Release||-rebuilt kernel 2.6.35 with ata_generic support (for Mac Mini 4,1?)
-updated local documentation with latest webversion
-added latest pi + manpage
-modified network scripts to also bring up usb nics (e.g. called usb0)
-display command executed in the menu
|3.3 build 33||Jul 7, 2009||New Release|