Tom Kerremans has announced the release of Trinity Rescue Kit 3.2, a Mandriva-based distribution designed for system rescue, repair, password recovery and related tasks: “Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) 3.2 is officially released. The new and improved features: ntfs-3g – full read and write NTFS support; virus scan can make use of 4 different engines: ClamAV, F-prot, Grisoft AVG and BitDefender; also cleaning has been greatly improved; boot from USB disk as well as from network over PXE; integrated file server: access your local files on a TRK booted computer via Windows Explorer; easily reset Windows passwords; clone NTFS file systems over the network….”
Trinity Rescue Kit (TRK) is a bootable Linux distribution aimed specifically at offline operations for Windows and Linux systems such as rescue, repair, password resets and cloning. It has custom tools to easily recover deleted files, clone Windows installations over the network, perform antivirus sweeps with two different antivirus products, reset windows passwords, read and write on NTFS partitions, edit partition layout and much much more. Trinity Rescue Kit is mostly based on Mandriva Linux and heavily adapted start-up scripts.