Project info for Linuxcare BBC

Share This Created 8 Apr 2000 at 22:39 UTC by schoen, last modified 11 Feb 2001 at 04:07 UTC by ianmacd.



The Linuxcare Bootable Business Card is a bootable mini-CD you can carry in your wallet, with a large amount of Linux software (many times more than is on any boot floppy). It has lots of practical applications, most of which are as a rescue CD.

The newest version is 1.5, which was released at Linux World in January. It has many new features, so you should definitely check it out.

It's Intel-only at the moment, and requires an IDE or PCI SCSI CD-ROM drive.

License: GPL (components under other licenses)

This project has the following developers:

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