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Arch Linux-Based SystemRescue 9.06 Toolkit Adds Xfce 4.18 and New Bootable USB Creator
The new version also adds the Memtest86+ 6.00 memory tester for UEFI in the GRUB boot menu and the inxi system information tool.
Two months after the last release, SystemRescue (formerly known as SystemRescueCd) Linux system rescue toolkit has been updated today to version 9.06, a release that adds new options to the boot menu, updated components, and new tools.
SystemRescue 9.06 is here with the latest and greatest Xfce 4.18 desktop environment. We could say that this is the first ISO release of a GNU/Linux distribution that ships with Xfce 4.18, but SystemRescue is not a full-fledged desktop system as it’s designed mainly as a bootable medium for administrating or repairing your system.
This release updates the Memtest86+ memory tester to version 6.00 for UEFI in the GRUB boot menu, adds the
pacman-faketime command to workaround expired package signing keys, and adds support for serial consoles (ttyS0,115200n8) in the bootloader and boot options.