Acronis BootCD 3in1 November 2013 | 601.7 Mb
The image contains a boot agents of the three programs:
1. Acronis True Image Home 2014 17 Build 6614 (en)
2. Acronis True Image Home 2014 17 Build 5560 (ru)
3. Acronis Backup & Recovery Server 11.5 Build 37975 + Universal Restore (ru)
This CD image with the boot loader Grub2.
Information about the boot loader:
Group: System Environment / Base
License: GPLv3 +
Signature: RSA/SHA256, Tue 13 August 2013 10:43:55, Key ID 2eb161fa246110c1
Source RPM: grub2-2.00-25.fc20.src.rpm
Build Date: Sat 10 August, 2013 19:48:49
Build Host: bkernel01.phx2.fedoraproject.org
Relocations: (not relocatable)
Packager: Fedora Project
Vendor: Fedora Project
Summary: Bootloader with support for Linux, Multiboot and more
A little about agents:
In connection with the use of just such a boot became possible to use the same cores and RAM-disk on a flash drive or external hdd, and on CD. That is, if you need a USB flash drive or external hdd c these three agents, then you can take them directly from the image. Until now, using isolinux, this was not the case. Creating media agents, applications acronis some unknown way do different agents for cd and flash drives. Different in the sense that the placement of the flash drive core and RAM-disk image of the CD ended with a message about the lack of a license, or that using a trial version. Grub2 on CD successfully fulfills the agent created for the stick. Reverse action does not work. Accommodation in the form of CD agent created for CD, in the case of grub2 is still the same problems as said above.
Is this true for other types of grub-s - I do not know. If someone managed and on CD, and on a flash drive to use the same agents, and it did not cause the loss of licenses or rollback to an unregistered (trial) version, then it would be interesting to know.
A computer with CD-R/RW, 512 Mb RAM
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