Web site: www.lnx-bbc.org (not active)
Desktop environment: BlackBox
Based on: Independent
The last version | Released: 2.1 | May 2, 2003
LNX-BBC (Linux Bootable Business Card) – a minimal, bussines card sized, independent developed Linux distribution for data rescue.
LNX-BBC provides a reasonably large set of applications that you can use to:
* repair a broken system
* recover a lost system from backup
* save important information to a floppy
* boot any computer as a basic Linux system
Traditionally, you could use software included here to
* install the Debian GNU/Linux base system onto a computer’s hard drive
The LNX-BBC system is based on the Linuxcare Bootable Business Card version 1.6.0. LNX-BBC is an independent project not affiliated with Linuxcare.
Linuxcare is a service mark of Linuxcare, Inc., which does not endorse this distribution or any associated documentation.
Using the LNX-BBC – System requirements:
* An Intel x86 or compatible system with bootable CD-ROM
* 16 MB RAM or more
* Optional VGA monitor
Copyright (C) 1999, 2000, 2001 Linuxcare, Inc.
Copyright (C) 2001 Tom Crimi, Duncan MacKinnon, Seth Schoen, Andrew Scott, and contributors
Login as ‘root’ with ‘bbc’ password.
To start a graphical desktop (BlackBox window manager) type: startx
LNX-BBC 1.618 i386 48MB.iso