Salvare in action
The boot loader and allows various stages
of hardware detection to be disabled is they may cause problems with your
machine (or are irrelevant).
Linux kernel 2.4.20 is used and supports VGA framebuffer
consoles, if requested.
Salvare's boot process attempts to auto-detect
and setup as much of your hardware as possible in order to provide an
easy rescue environment as well as a usable workstation.
After booting's finished, you're left at a shell
XFree86 installed into tmpfs using
Debian's apt-get. Full
details on using XFree86 (an X Server) can be found in the
Further to the earlier screenshot, this shows
both Mozilla and Dillo installed into a running Salvare system without
touching the hard disk.