NetPoldo Rescue System NetPoldo is a lightweight Debian family live system intended for rescue, maintenance or installation purposes. It is delivered as easy to use components for PXE or simple boot system solutions and is available both for the i386 architecture as for the amd64 based on some Ubuntu and Debian versions.

NetPoldo Rescue System

NetPoldo is a lightweight Debian family live system intended for rescue, maintenance or installation purposes. It is delivered as easy to use components for PXE or simple boot system solutions and is available both for the i386 architecture as for the amd64 based on some Ubuntu and Debian versions.

Tell me more!

Curious about NetPoldo? Read more about NetPoldo, how it works and how you can use it on the documentation page.

Read about the lastest improvements and changes in the Release Notes.

The latest release includes also the new Ubuntu 14.04 LTS version and Debian 8.0 Jessie Beta. Check it out!

Where to get it

NetPoldo is delivered both as compressed archives containing the components for your deployment in PXE systems, Boot Media or appliances or as ready to burn ISO files for production of optical boot media.

You can download it from our download section or study in detail the inner workings of NetPoldo by downloading the uic templates on which NetPoldo is based.

Copyright and Legal Stuff

NetPoldo is a derivative work based on Debian and Ubuntu Linux created by Leo Moll
Copyright: © 2012-2014 - Leo Moll <leo.moll@yeasoft.com>.
Released under GPL 2.0. Please read the license conditions.

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This page was last updated on September 29, 2014, 15:07:21