Softpedia was informed by 4MLinux developer Zbigniew Konojacki about the availability for public beta testing of the Beta build of his upcoming 4MRescueKit 19.0 system rescue Live CD project.
4MRescueKit 19.0 is now in the works, based, of course, on the 4MLinux 19.0 operating system, which is also in Beta stages of development, and it includes all the updated and new versions of the Live CDs that are begin distributed as part of the 4MRescueKit project, including 4MParted 19.0, 4MRecover 19.0, BakAndImgCD 19.0, and Antivirus Live CD 19.0-0.99.2.
“4MRescueKit provides its users with software for antivirus protection, data backup, disk partitioning, and data recovery. It is distributed in the form of a multiboot CD, which includes four (extremely small) operating systems,” says Zbigniew Konojacki in the release announcement. “This release has Antivirus Live CD 19.0-0.99.2, BakAndImgCD 19.0, 4MParted 19.0, and 4MRecover 19.0.”
We’ve talked here on Softpedia Linux about the 4MRescueKit Live CD releases mentioned above, so please feel free to click on each one if you’re curious to find out what’s new in these new milestones based on the forthcoming 4MLinux 19.0 GNU/Linux distribution, which should be out in about a week from the moment of writing this blog story.
In the meantime, we invite everyone to download the 4MRescueKit 19.0 Beta Live CD ISO image right now via our website, write it on either a CD disc or USB flash drive and boot it from their PC to get started with this fantastic, portable system recovery, rescue, backup, virus cleaning, and disk partitioning solution that’s independent of a computer operating system.
4MRescueKit 19.0 pic.twitter.com/yOjR6DIIGt
— Zbigniew Konojacki (@MyNameIsZK1234) August 21, 2016