ZoolLinux Project :
Desktop And Admin:
BootP images :
Project is Active
- What is Zool ?
- Where its useful ?
- How to Get it ?
- My screen goes black on boot or some crazy thing dance
- System Require ?
- Why i should use an older version ?
- i get an error on writing image to floppy disk !
- is ZoolLinux is OpenSource ?
- is Zool limited to floppy disks ?
- i have some idea about zool ...
- How to write (install) Zool ?
- Zool is a Linux Based Operation System On one floppy disk
- this is usefull for Restoring system and Testing some
hardware with Linux Systems . For Restoring system , a wide
range of File Systems are now supported by Zool , even you
can Restore your Windows Operation System , and all linux
bassed systems , see Zool Pages for more Info
- Take a look at Download page
- you need a linuxbox to run this command : "rdev -v
- a minimal systems , 18 MB ram , a floppy drive and a X11
supported Graphic card for 16-bit Console . you dont need
a Hard Disk . A Generic Network card for Networking . for
example , Zool3 supports Nic2000 chips .
- Zool2 comeout with many file systems , but Zool3 only
supports reiserfs , ext2/3 , fat 16,32 and NTFS maybe you
need to restore a minix bassed system , you shall use zool2
, also zool1 supports BASH .
- Change floppy disk , make sure to use healthy one ! :)
- yes , see Zool-S Page .
- for now , yes ! i like the idea !
- use Sourceforge Forums , mailinglist or contact me
- use dd on unix or radwrite on Windows
Project News :
Zool6-base Cvs module imported
Zool 5 Released!
Zool4 Released !
Zool 3 Released !
Project Release :
Zool Linux Zool 5 released (Mon, 17 May 2004 19:30:00 GMT)
Utility Rawrite3 released (Wed, 16 Jul 2003 22:36:56 GMT)
Zool Linux Zool 4 released (Wed, 16 Jul 2003 22:36:53 GMT)
Zool Linux Zool 3 released (Mon, 20 Jan 2003 20:30:00 GMT)
Utility Rawrite 2 released (Mon, 20 Jan 2003 20:30:00 GMT)
Zool Linux Zool 2 released (Wed, 08 Jan 2003 00:00:00 GMT)
Utility RawWrite released (Sun, 05 Jan 2003 00:00:00 GMT)
Zool Linux Zool 1 released (Fri, 03 Jan 2003 00:00:00 GMT)