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Getting SystemRescueCd

You can download SystemRescueCd immediately from this page. If you cannot download it you can order a bootable CDRom or USB-stick with the latest SystemRescueCd already installed on it from the popular osdisc website.

Download stable version for x86_64

Release SystemRescueCd-6.0.1
Release date 2019-02-09
Download size 888 MiB
Download link systemrescuecd-6.0.1.iso
Changelog ChangeLog
md5sum 4e35cda9a03012ae9520a26b9e96d613
sha1sum 4899a1269349e58b20972611ac102ffbcc160ecc
sha256sum f01cba4ed0fafc85645b32c46794d8e96184ed0cdf14f36d2629472259655f03

You may also want to download old versions (download links and checksum)

Installation on an USB stick

If you are interested in installing SystemRescueCd on an USB stick, you must download the CD-ROM version (ISO image) first from the current page.

Testing the downloaded file

To confirm that the download was successful, you should check the checksum of the file. You can use any checksum provided on this page but the most recent algorithms such as sha256 are recommended. You can run a commmand such as the following one:

sha256sum systemrescuecd-x.y.z.iso

The checksum printed by this command should match the checksum provided on this page otherwise it means there are corruptions in the file you have downloaded. These checksum programs are part of coreutils on Linux and should be pre-installed with most distributions.

You can download sha256sum.exe for windows, and you can run the command from a cmd.exe terminal.

Writing the ISO image file to a CDRom

On Linux you can use either command line tools such as cdrecord/wodim or graphical tools such as k3b, brasero or xfburn.

On Windows you can use programs such as Nero or ImgBurn which is free.

Online documentation

Reading the Quick Start Guide is recommended if it is your first time using SystemRescueCd. You may also be interested in the Complete documentation for more details.

Beta/unstable versions

Beta versions are available too. It will provide the most recent kernels and applications.

Sparc edition

People who use SPARC hardware may be insterested in the SPARC edition


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