[sf-lug] [TAML] Trinity Rescue Kit | CPR for your computer (fwd)

bobbie sellers bliss at california.com
Fri Jun 1 16:47:22 PDT 2007

Hi Users,

    This may be of interest to some users.
    (I edited two of Skal's posts together and asked his permission
to forward it and he provided additional information.)

    Skal is a Linux promoter as well but had to go for Windows® 
credentials because those are the systems he has to work on most

*** Begin of forwarded message ***

Date: 06/01/07 6:57 PM
From: Skal Loret <skal at steakbar.com>
Subject: [TAML-WNT] Trinity Rescue Kit | CPR for your computer

--- Forwarded message follows ---
I ran the AVG and Bit Defender virus checkers that are on TRK today.
Took a while, but cleaned out some viruses, spyware and trojans that
were buried too deep for everything else. My computer is running a lot
better now. Much better.

        Skal is running Win XP64 there. TRK scanned it with no 
    problem, which really isn't surprising, but might concern some. 
    It also scans Linux partitions quite nicely as well.

        This is really a "last step before a format and reinstall" 
    type of tool which can save some people a lot of grief with 
    some systems.

Very worth the short download, the quick burn to a CD and inclusion in
your toolkit. Very worth it indeed.


Make sure you read about it here. It is Linux, it is a Live CD and boots
to a CLI. Help is "trkhelp".

*** End of forwarded message ***

    Thanks for your attention,

 bobbie sellers - (Back to Angband) Team *AMIGA & SF-LUG* 
            bliss at california dot com

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