Tritech Service System Community Release Edition 1.3
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The Tritech Service System Community Release Edition (TSS CRE) is the publicly available version of the ground-up custom live Linux CD/USB that is in regular use at Tritech Computer Solutions. TSS CRE follows the bleeding edge of software and runs entirely out of RAM, eliminating dependency on the presence and discoverability of its boot medium. Though originally designed as a repair tool to fix broken Windows machines and perform data recovery and simple hardware tests, it has grown to be a much more flexible and general Linux environment. Features include an ISO image under 40MB, an X.org interface with the Fluxbox window manager, relatively low system requirements, CIFS mount support, and a suite of applications including Thunar, ePDFview, Dillo, rxvt, chntpw/reged, ntfsprogs, ntfs-3g, XINE, Nano, fdupes, FFMPEG, and many more. Source/build system and ISO both available at http://c02ware.com/tss.php