SystemRescue 7.00, a new version of the project’s useful system rescue toolkit for administrating or repairing a system and data after a crash, has been released. It is based on Arch Linux and features the Xfce desktop.
Routine upgrade with major changes
They renamed the project from SystemRescueCd to SystemRescue and published a new website address, system-rescue.org. However, it is just a routine upgrade from the 6.x series. Updating kernel to Long-Term-Supported Linux-5.4.71, addition dislocker to access disks encrypted using bitlocker are The other major changes. SystemRescue continues to be available in both amd64 and i686 variants.
Also, it comes with a good catalog of storage, disk partitioning, networking, file system, recovery, hardware information, and secure deleting tools. Users can see the systems tools in detail here. To download the new release of SystemRescue, you can visit the company’s here.