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#1 Mikorist

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 01:38 PM

PLoP Linux

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PLoP Linux is a small distribution that can boot from CD, DVD, USB flash drive (UFD),
USB harddisk or from network with PXE. It's designed to rescue data from a damaged system,
backup and restore operating systems, automate tasks and more.

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Features

* booting from CD/DVD, USB and network
* Linux kernel 2.6.26.3
* sshfs
* NTFS read/write with ntfs-3g (except compressed and encrypted files)
* add your own scripts
* IDE, SATA, SCSI, and RAID support
* Partimage to save or restore partitions
* pimgrestore
* proftpd server
* ssh connections
* samba connection
* nfs connection
* memtest
* cryptsetup luks
* tftp (tftpd)
* xinetd
* dhcp server
* PLoP Boot Manager v5.0rc12
* nmap
* bluetooth
* wake on lan (wok)
* lot of network tools
* Linux F-PROT Antivirus from F-PROT.
This antivirus is free for personal users.
* Linux AVAST Antivirus from avast! Linux Home Edition.
This antivirus is free for non-commercial use. You need a licence key to use it.
* Network connections to windows network shares, ftp servers, web servers or ssh connections.
* you can add you own windows tools in a separated folder

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#2 Nuno Brito

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Posted 23 September 2008 - 10:20 PM

It seems to contains a lot of anti-virus inside, do you know which shell they use?

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#3 Mikorist

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Posted 24 September 2008 - 06:45 AM

It seems to contains a lot of anti-virus inside, do you know which shell they use?

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It is the full linux shell:

You must manually Download the latest linux version from http://www.f-prot.com/products/ and copy the tar.gz file into the pluspacks/ directory.
Place your antivir.def into the pluspacks/ directory to use the latest definitions.
When PLoP Linux has started, then run usefprot.

same thing goes for AVAST...

It isn't really user friendly

Old INSERT 1.3.9 is a much better option. ...It comes with a graphical user interface running the fluxbox:
http://www.boot-land...?showtopic=5786

#4 risolutore

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Posted 24 September 2008 - 12:25 PM

any chance to involve the Insert community into the develpment of new product ver?




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