In search for a LiveCD with PartImage
Hey folks, seems I've come around some weird problem.
I want to use PartImage for our backups here in the office, so I installed version 0.6.5 on our Debian-3.1-box and configured the daemon, because we want to do it via network.
I have a modified Slax-CD that contains PartImage (and some other nice tools), but the problem is that on the notebook I tested the network-card doesn't work with Slax. EasyLFS can use the card, so I guess that Slax might have an older kernel or something like that.
Problem with EasyLFS is that it doesn't have PartImage (though this makes me think about implementing it).
Next step: SystemRescueCD: wrong partimage-version, no DHCP-client. The latter isn't 100% required, but would be nice. But having a different version of PartImage makes the server refuse the connection.
PING (PartImage is not Ghost) also doesn't do it. I think also the wrong version of PartImage.
So, does anybody know a LiveCD that brings a fresh kernel (>=2.6.20 would be cool), PartImage 0.6.5 (Login- and SSL-support would be nice) and maybe even a DHCP-client?
Everything I found so far didn't help me, at this time it looks like it'll be "EasyLFS to the rescue"... But for that I'll have to plug in PartImage first, build a system and make it another BetaCD. But anyway, it's time for that again.