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Clonezilla-SysRescCD

Offline Documentation: Using SystemRescueCD

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25/05/2010 - v 3.1.0

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Last update: 18/06/2010

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15/09/2010 - v 3.1.0

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Last update: 15/09/2010

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If you're accustomed to graphical environment, choose Graphical Environment. In Graphical Environment you're able to use graphical programs, like GParted and Mozilla Firefox. Terminals are also available, so using Graphical Environment doesn't prevent using command line. The only negative thing of Graphical Environment is that it slows booting process down a bit - and it's often just plain unneeded.

-Try VESA, if normal Graphical Environment doesn't work. VESA uses Xvesa graphical environment instead of X.Org that sometimes doesn't work. The drawbacks of Xvesa compared to X.Org are that Xvesa isn't optimized to any hardware (which means poorer performance) and Xvesa requires 32-bit kernel. Thus, if you use this option, do NOT choose 64-bit kernel, the combination leaves you at command line.
+Try VESA, if normal Graphical Environment doesn't work. VESA uses Xvesa graphical environment instead of X.Org that sometimes doesn't work. The drawback of Xvesa compared to X.Org is that Xvesa isn't optimized to any hardware, which means poorer performance.

If you're accustomed to command line and know already that you're not going to use any graphical program, choose one of the normal options (just below "System Rescue CD Menu"). Booting to command line is a bit faster process than booting to graphical environment, and you can start X manually later.

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After having chosen the column of the above table, you still have three options. Now you need to choose the kernel.

-The optimal kernel depends on the processor of your computer. If it's an IA-32 processor, like Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon XP, you should choose 32-bit kernel, because 64-bit kernel doesn't work at all. If you have a x86-64 processor, like AMD Athlon 64 or Intel Core 2, you can choose any kernel - the processor can run all of them. 64-bit kernel should be preferred, because it allows chrooting on an existing GNU/Linux partition containing 64-bit programs. Note, though, that you can't use 64-bit kernel with VESA option.
+The optimal kernel depends on the processor of your computer. If it's an IA-32 processor, like Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon XP, you should choose 32-bit kernel, because 64-bit kernel doesn't work at all. If you have a x86-64 processor, like AMD Athlon 64 or Intel Core 2, you can choose any kernel - the processor can run all of them. 64-bit kernel should be preferred, because it allows chrooting on an existing GNU/Linux partition containing 64-bit programs.

If you don't know your processor architecture, try 64-bit kernel. If your processor architecture is IA-32, you'll see the following error message: