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Re: [vox-tech] How to make an OEM style "system recovery disk"
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Re: [vox-tech] How to make an OEM style "system recovery disk"

Hello Ryan and lugod,

It looks like we have ghost for unix now.  This was on /. this morning:


Quoting Ryan Castellucci <ryan+lugod@cal.net>:

> Hash: SHA1
> I'm looking to build a bootable CD to give to a friend along with a
> computer 
> that when booted will offer to overwrite the hard drive from a
> compressed 
> disk image. I looked on freshmeat, but didn't see anything well suited
> to 
> this. The box in question will have windows on it (They want windows, I
> don't 
> feel like arguing). Anyone know of a project that can do this?
> What about linux boot CDs that can easily be customized to run a shell
> script 
> at boot time?
> All the stuff i saw on freshmeat looked like it just restored files from
> a 
> backup.
> - -- 
> PGP/GPG Fingerprint: 3B30 C6BE B1C6 9526 7A90  34E7 11DF 44F3 7217
> 7BC7
> On pgp.mit.edu, import with `gpg --keyserver pgp.mit.edu --recv-key
> 72177BC7`
> Also available at http://www.cal.net/~ryan/ryan_at_mother_dot_com.asc
> Version: GnuPG v1.0.6 (GNU/Linux)
> Comment: For info see http://www.gnupg.org
> iD8DBQE9vhgyEd9E83IXe8cRAgcwAJ41pcoRT1sWwI3r/ykXp1WA17fw+gCbBUA5
> nYDKJSFUMJ5mQksGjhjS/xI=
> =CPP1
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