Monday 18. july 2016: Updates on my new simulation framework project in Haskell.
Friday 25. march 2016: Dear backers, unfortunately, the FUN project was not successfully funded. I will now focus on FRP (Functional Reactive Programming) applied to real-time critical system specification and simulation.
cdkey.sh is a bash script that puts some useful softwares in a single bootable USB device.
This software seems to work but I’m not responsible for any loss of data or crash of your hard disk. This software is provided as is, without any support and users use it at their own risks.
Always plug in the power supply to backup and restore a notebook.
cdkey.sh builds a USB partition with:
With a single USB device, you can backup, repair and reinstall your system!
You can customize your CDKey by commenting out the softwares you do not want to install (see the
cdkey function in cdkey.sh).
You can also use some parameters to select the packages you need:
cdkey.sh mint [gnome|kde|lxde]
cdkey.sh ubuntu [gnome|kde|xfce]
$ cdkey.sh 64 srcd mint debian [sudo] password for xxx: Choose the CDKey partition and content: 1) _CDKEY_ (sdf1, 1955 MiB) #? 1 Format sdf1 mkfs.vfat 3.0.12 (29 Oct 2011) System Rescue CD & save.py Linux Mint (Gnome, 64 bit) Debian stable (64 bit) Debian unstable (64 bit) Your CDKey is ready.
This will install SystemRescueCD, Linux Mint (64 bit) and the Debian installer (64 bit):
Without parameter, cdkey.sh will create a default key containing:
which requires about 15 Gb.
If you find these softwares useful, you are free to donate something to support their future evolutions. Thanks for your support.
You can use Flattr, PayPal, buy some CDSoft products or simply disable your ad-blocker to support these softwares.