Is it possible to download the installed software installers, and/or the Software Sources list? I'd like to make sure I have all that if some unfortunate event happened, and all I'd have to do is run them. Thanks. I'm still learning more and more about Ubuntu and it's really cool! :)
I'm looking for a simple solution to preserve and archive binary files. When i buy DRM-free software or games I download the installers. I want to keeps them safe so I can use them even if the shop goes down one day. Most of the digital asset management software is focused on multimedia content like video/audio/images or documents.
SystemRescueCd 1.5.5 is the latest update to the Gentoo-based system rescue Linux distro. It comes with updated kernels and several other changes. The biggest new additions are new tools to make USB installs easier on both Windows and Linux host machines.
I'm reworking my company's log of the proposal's we send out.
Trying to indicate the total dollars that we could conceivably be awarded.
The challenge I'm having goes something like this:
We are a vendor and bid our product to installers that are themselves bidding on construction projects.
In a given month there may be ten projects where we offer pricing to say five installers.
Ten projects with
I want to create a live Linux USB, that would have support for old and new devices (probably having two kernels installed, that you chose on boot, depending on the PC using). I would also like to be able to boot from a Mac.
So basically, I would like to create a boot everywhere live USB.