Once the files are extracted Sardu creates a CD / DVD or USB bootable device with a handy menu divided into four categories: Antivirus, Utilities, Linux, and PE.
How is Sardu used?
Once you have downloaded Sardu decompress the file .Rar, and "start" the executable. The icon represents the "Four Moors" (the Regional flag/symbol of Sardinia), and you will see the above windows. The four applications are Antivirus, Utilities, Linux, and PE. Each app has its own tab with buttons that lead to the page to download the software. On the side of each entry there is a checkbox that allows one to choose the option:
gray: means image is not there
Unchecked: image not-active (basically the extension of the file is changed from .ISO to .IS or from .IMA to IM)
Checked: Image Found and active.
To allow Sardu to build on the target, you should proceed to copy the ISO / IMA into the ISO folder and check the checkboxes. If the images have not yet been downloaded this can be done, as said before, by clicking on the appropriate buttons to download them directly. (N.B.: You cannot change the default names of individual programs, otherwise they won't be recognized). Going up to File -> Refresh ISO / IMA will start a check for the images' presence and Sardu will change the status of the checkboxes with the found images.
Inside the ISO folder there is an "extra" folder into which additional files can be put. Sardu will add the folder to the build. SARDU manage the file Extra.cfg and add the extra link in the main menu.
Software managed by SARDU:
Antivirus Rescue CD
- Aoss PC Tools (next version 18.104.22.168)
- Bit Defender
- Dr. Web Min Dr Web Live CD
- Kaspersky Kav Rescue
- Panda Security Panda Safe CD
- Floppy Win98Se
- Gparted Live CD
- NT Pwd Offline
- Ophcrack (next version 22.214.171.124)
- Parted Magic (next version 126.96.36.199)
- Partition Wizard
- System Rescue CD
- Ultimate Boot CD
- Damn Small Linux
- Linux Multimedia Player
- Puppy Linux
- Windows PE Bart's PE pebuilder
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