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Bernhard's Bootable Linux CD

BBLCD is a toolkit which allows you to build your own bootable Linux CDs. It copies everything from a "master" to the CD-ROM. It is independent of the distribution you use as a master.

Operating Systems

Recent releases

  •  01 Oct 2003 16:03

    Release Notes: The varimg.tgz file was created from a configuration file. Manual editing ("cleaning") of the /var-directory is no longer necessary.

    •  09 Apr 2003 11:54

      Release Notes: This version adds an example in misc/suse/8.1, supports automatic calculation of the necessary initrd-size, and includes minor bugfixes and enhancements as suggested by users.

      •  29 Jun 2002 15:38

        Release Notes: varimg.tgz is now created from a template directory. The symlink problems with a writable /etc have been fixed.

        •  09 Dec 2001 16:44

          Release Notes: Minor bugfixes, and updates to the FAQs and links-page.

          •  04 Nov 2001 20:16

            Release Notes: Support for Reiserfs, ext3, and JFS as filesystems when booting a system from HD (using the CD as boot-disk), and a new ability to mount non-volatile media on /var.

            Recent comments

            20 Aug 2003 17:06 Jason16384

            Very nice!
            Great job! This kit is very easy to use, and works
            extremely well. I customized Slackware 9 to boot off of a
            mini-CD and auto configure itself as a gigabit to 10/100
            network bridge with a perl script I wrote. I'm very
            impressed. Thanks for the great code!


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