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    30 == First Method - Install precompiled package ==
     30== 1. Install precompiled package ==
    3131Starting with smartmontools release 5.37, RPM files
    3232are no longer available at the smartmontools project download page.
     
    213213----
    214214
    215 == Debian Linux - Install the Debian package ==
     215==== Debian Linux - Install the Debian package ====
    216216All versions of the smartmontools package in ''.deb'' format are available at the [http://packages.debian.org/search?keywords=smartmontools&searchon=names&suite=all&section=all Debian package search page].
    217217
     
    227227----
    228228
    229 == Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS (both in versions 5 and newer) and Fedora Linux distributions ==
    230 {{{
    231 #!html
    232 <ul class="Square">
    233 <li>The smartmontools package is part of the official
    234 repositories and can be installed using the <tt>yum</tt> command:
    235 
    236 <p class="code"># you need to be root to do this<br />
    237 yum install smartmontools</p></li>
    238 </ul>
    239 
    240 <hr />
    241 <ul class="High"><li><a name="other-rpm"></a>Other distributions providing RPM packages</li></ul>
    242 
    243 <ul class="Square">
    244 <li>Download the latest binary RPM file (<tt>smartmontools*.rpm</tt>) for your
    245 distribution. Don't get the SRPM file (<tt>*.src.rpm</tt>).<br /><br /></li>
    246 
    247 <li>Install it using RPM. <em>You must be <tt>root</tt> to do this</em>:<br />
    248 <p class="code">su root # -> enter root password
    249 <br />rpm -ivh  smartmontools-5.33-6.i586.rpm</p>
    250 For most users, this is all that is needed.<br /><br /></li>
    251 
    252 <li>If you want to remove the package (<tt>rpm -e smartmontools</tt>)
    253 and your system does not have <tt>chkconfig</tt> installed, you may need
     229==== Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS (both in versions 5 and newer) and Fedora Linux distributions ====
     230
     231The smartmontools package is part of the official repositories and can be installed using the {{{yum}}} command:
     232
     233{{{
     234  # you need to be root to do this
     235  yum install smartmontools
     236}}}
     237
     238----
     239
     240==== Other distributions providing RPM packages ====
     241
     242Download the latest binary RPM file ({{{smartmontools*.rpm}}}) for your
     243distribution. Don't get the SRPM file ({{{*.src.rpm}}}).
     244
     245Install it using RPM. ''You must be {{{root}}} to do this'':
     246{{{
     247  su root # -> enter root password
     248  rpm -ivh  smartmontools-5.33-6.i586.rpm
     249  For most users, this is all that is needed.
     250}}}
     251
     252If you want to remove the package ({{{rpm -e smartmontools}}})
     253and your system does not have {{{chkconfig}}} installed, you may need
    254254to use:
    255255
    256 <p class="code">rpm -e --noscripts smartmontools</p></li>
    257 </ul>
    258 
    259 <hr />
    260 <ul class="High"><li><a name="CygwinInstall"></a>
    261 Windows with <a href="http://cygwin.com/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Cygwin</a> installed - Install the Cygwin package</li></ul>
    262 <ul class="Square">
    263 <li>Starting with CVS snapshot 2005-11-15, smartmontools is part of
    264 the <a href="http://cygwin.com/packages/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Cygwin distribution</a>.
     256{{{
     257  rpm -e --noscripts smartmontools
     258}}}
     259
     260----
     261
     262==== Windows with [http://cygwin.com/ Cygwin] installed - Install the Cygwin package ====
     263
     264Starting with CVS snapshot 2005-11-15, smartmontools is part of the [http://cygwin.com/packages/ Cygwin distribution].
    265265A list of available smartmontools packages and their contents is
    266 <a href="http://cygwin.com/packages/smartmontools/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />here</a>.<br /><br /></li>
    267 
    268 <li>To update your installation, click on the "Install or update now!"
    269 link on the <a href="http://cygwin.com/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Cygwin web page</a>.
    270 This downloads <tt>setup.exe</tt> to your system.
     266[http://cygwin.com/packages/smartmontools/ here].
     267
     268To update your installation, click on the "Install or update now!"
     269link on the [http://cygwin.com/ Cygwin web page].
     270This downloads {{{setup.exe}}} to your system.
    271271Then, run setup and answer all of the questions.
    272 Select smartmontools package in the "Utils" category.<br /><br /></li>
    273 
    274 <li>The optional source package (<tt>smartmontools-*-src.tar.bz2</tt>)
     272Select smartmontools package in the "Utils" category.
     273
     274The optional source package ({{{smartmontools-*-src.tar.bz2}}})
    275275can be used to build both the Cygwin and the Windows binary packages
    276 on Cygwin.
    277 Refer to the file <tt>/usr/share/doc/Cygwin/smartmontools-*.README</tt>
    278 for details.</li>
    279 </ul>
    280 
    281 <hr />
    282 <ul class="High"><li><a name="WindowsInstall"></a>
    283 Windows - Install the Windows package</li></ul>
    284 <ul class="Square">
    285 <li>Download and run the latest smartmontools
    286 <a href="http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Main_Page"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />NSIS</a>-installer
    287 (<tt>*.win32-setup.exe</tt>) from
    288 <a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/smartmontools/files/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />here</a>.
    289 <ul>
    290 <li>The default install type "Full" creates start menu shortcuts
    291 including an uninstaller, and adds the install directory to the PATH variable.
    292 </li>
    293 <li>Select install type "Extract files only" to disable these extra
    294 components.
    295 </li>
    296 
    297 <li>Virus scanners occasionally produce false positive virus reports for
    298 NSIS-installers, see the
    299 <a href="http://nsis.sourceforge.net/NSIS_False_Positives"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />NSIS False Positives page</a>.
    300 If this is the case for the smartmontools installer, please send a report to the
    301 <a href="mailto:smartmontools-support&#64;lists.sourceforge.net"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />smartmontools-support
    302 mailing list</a>.<br /><br /></li>
    303 </ul>
    304 </li>
    305 <li><span class="marked">Starting with smartmontools release 5.37, the Windows package
    306 is no longer provided as a ZIP archive (<tt>*.win32.zip</tt>).</span><br />
    307 If the self extracting installer cannot be used for some reason, the files may also
    308 be unpacked by a recent version of <a href="http://www.7-zip.org/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />7-Zip</a>.<br /><br /></li>
    309 
    310 <li>More recent (and probably unstable) Windows test releases build from CVS
    311 snapshots are available <a href="http://smartmontools-win32.dyndns.org/smartmontools/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />here</a>.</li>
    312 </ul>
    313 
    314 <h3><a name="tarball"></a>Second Method (Linux/Solaris/FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD/Cygwin) - Install from the source tarball</h3>
    315 <ul class="Square">
    316 <li>Download the latest source tarball from <a
    317 href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/smartmontools/files/">here</a>.
     276on Cygwin. Refer to the file {{{/usr/share/doc/Cygwin/smartmontools-*.README}}}
     277for details.
     278
     279----
     280
     281==== Windows - Install the Windows package ====
     282
     283Download and run the latest smartmontools [http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Main_Page NSIS]-installer
     284({{{*.win32-setup.exe}}}) from
     285[http://sourceforge.net/projects/smartmontools/files/ here].
     286
     287The default install type "Full" creates start menu shortcuts including an uninstaller, and adds the install directory to the PATH variable.
     288
     289Select install type "Extract files only" to disable these extra components.
     290
     291Virus scanners occasionally produce false positive virus reports for NSIS-installers, see the [http://nsis.sourceforge.net/NSIS_False_Positives NSIS False Positives page]. If this is the case for the smartmontools installer, please send a report to the [mailto:smartmontools-support@lists.sourceforge.net smartmontools-support mailing list]
     292
     293Starting with smartmontools release 5.37, the Windows package is no longer provided as a ZIP archive ({{{*.win32.zip}}}).
     294
     295If the self extracting installer cannot be used for some reason, the files may also be unpacked by a recent version of [http://www.7-zip.org/ 7-Zip].
     296
     297More recent (and probably unstable) Windows test releases build from CVS snapshots are available [http://smartmontools-win32.dyndns.org/smartmontools/ here].
     298
     299----
     300
     301== 2. Install from the source tarball (Linux/Solaris/FreeBSD/NetBSD/OpenBSD/Cygwin) ==
     302
     303Download the latest source tarball from [http://sourceforge.net/projects/smartmontools/files/ here].
    318304Note: you probably want the most recent stable release. Stable releases have
    319305even-numbered extensions, and unstable experimental releases have
    320 odd-numbered extensions.<br /><br /></li>
    321 
    322 <li>Uncompress the tarball:
    323 <p class="code">tar zxvf  smartmontools-5.38.tar.gz</p></li>
    324 
    325 <li>The previous step created a directory called <tt>smartmontools-5.38</tt>
    326 containing the code.&#160; Go to that directory, build, and install:
    327 <p class="code">cd smartmontools-5.38<br />
    328 ./configure<br />
    329 make<br />
    330 make install</p></li>
    331 
    332 <li>For releases &gt;=5.19, <tt>./configure</tt>
    333 
    334 can take optional arguments. These optional arguments are fully explained in the
    335 <a href="http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools/trunk/smartmontools/INSTALL?view=markup">INSTALL</a>
    336 file. The most important one is <tt>--prefix</tt> to change the default installation directories.<br />
    337 <i>Please note that the default installation location changed in versions &gt;=5.31.</i>
    338 If you don't pass any arguments to <tt>./configure</tt> all files will reside under
    339 <tt>/usr/local</tt> to not interfere with files from your distribution. For more detailed
    340 information please also refer to the
    341 
    342 <a href="http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools/trunk/smartmontools/INSTALL?view=markup">INSTALL</a>
    343 document.<br /><br /></li>
    344 
    345 <li>To compile from another directory (avoids overwriting virgin files from the smartmontools package)
    346 replace <tt>./configure [options]</tt> by:
    347 <p class="code">
    348 mkdir objdir<br />
    349 cd objdir<br />
    350 ../configure [options]<br />
    351 </p></li>
    352 
    353 <li>To install to another destination (useful for testing and to avoid overwriting an existing smartmontools installation)
    354 replace <tt>make install</tt> by:
    355 <p class="code">make DESTDIR=/home/myself/smartmontools-test install</p>
    356 Use a full path: <tt>~/smartmontools-test</tt> won't work.<br /><br /></li>
    357 
    358 <li>Unless the destination directory is your home directory (or a location that you have write permission)
    359 <br />
    360 <p class="code"># only root can do that:<br />
    361 
    362 make install</p>
    363 </li>
    364 </ul>
    365 
    366 <h3><a name="SVNInstall"></a>
    367 Third Method - Install latest unreleased code from SVN repository</h3>
    368 <p class="marked">We moved from CVS to a Subversion (SVN) repository.
     306odd-numbered extensions.
     307
     308Uncompress the tarball:
     309{{{
     310  tar zxvf  smartmontools-5.38.tar.gz
     311}}}
     312
     313The previous step created a directory called {{{smartmontools-5.38}}}
     314containing the code. Go to that directory, build, and install:
     315{{{
     316  cd smartmontools-5.38
     317  ./configure
     318  make
     319  make install
     320}}}
     321
     322For releases >=5.19, {{{./configure}}} can take optional arguments. These optional arguments are fully explained in the
     323[http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools/trunk/smartmontools/INSTALL?view=markup INSTALL]
     324file. The most important one is {{{--prefix}}} to change the default installation directories.
     325''Please note that the default installation location changed in versions &gt;=5.31''.
     326If you don't pass any arguments to {{{./configure}}} all files will reside under
     327{{{/usr/local}}} to not interfere with files from your distribution. For more detailed
     328information please also refer to the
     329[http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools/trunk/smartmontools/INSTALL?view=markup INSTALL] document.
     330
     331To compile from another directory (avoids overwriting virgin files from the smartmontools package)
     332replace {{{./configure [options]}}} by:
     333{{{
     334  mkdir objdir
     335  cd objdir
     336  ../configure [options]
     337}}}
     338
     339To install to another destination (useful for testing and to avoid overwriting an existing smartmontools installation)
     340replace {{{make install}}} by:
     341{{{
     342  make DESTDIR=/home/myself/smartmontools-test install
     343}}}
     344
     345Use a full path: {{{~/smartmontools-test}}} won't work.
     346
     347Unless the destination directory is your home directory (or a location that you have write permission)
     348
     349{{{
     350  # only root can do that:
     351  make install
     352}}}
     353
     354----
     355
     356== 3. Install latest unreleased code from SVN repository ==
     357
     358We moved from CVS to a Subversion (SVN) repository.
    369359The new address for our repository is 
    370 <a href="http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools"><tt>https://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smartmontools</tt></a></p>
    371 
    372 <ul class="Square">
    373 
    374 <li>For those, who don't already have a Subversion client installed,
    375 here is a <a href="http://subversion.tigris.org/links.html#clients">list of SVN-Clients</a>
    376 
     360[http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools https://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smartmontools]
     361
     362For those, who don't already have a Subversion client installed,
     363here is a [http://subversion.tigris.org/links.html#clients list of SVN-Clients]
    377364for different operating systems and in all colors and flavours. (Stand-alone clients,
    378 Desktop-integrated clients, IDE plug-in clients, ..)<br />
    379 <br /></li>
    380 
    381 <li>All you need to do to get the latest development code is
     365Desktop-integrated clients, IDE plug-in clients, ..)
     366
     367All you need to do to get the latest development code is
    382368(but note that the development code may be unstable, and that the
    383369documentation and code may be inconsistent):
    384370
    385 <p class="code">svn co https://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smartmontools/trunk/smartmontools smartmontools</p></li>
    386 
    387 <li>This will create a subdirectory called <tt>smartmontools/</tt> containing the
     371{{{
     372  svn co https://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smartmontools/trunk/smartmontools smartmontools
     373}}}
     374
     375This will create a subdirectory called {{{smartmontools/}}} containing the
    388376code. Go to that directory, build, and install:
    389 <p class="code">cd smartmontools<br />
    390 ./autogen.sh<br />
    391 ./configure<br />
    392 
    393 make<br />
    394 make install</p>
    395 
    396 <p>- See notes under <a href="#tarball">Second method - install from source tarball</a> for different options to <tt>./configure</tt>
    397 and other useful remarks.</p>
    398 </li>
    399 
    400 <li>To update your sources from trunk (development version):
    401 <p class="code">cd smartmontools<br />
    402 
    403 svn update</p></li>
    404 
    405 <li>One of the really cool things about version control systems is that you can get
    406 <i>any</i> version of the code you want, from the first release up the
     377{{{
     378  cd smartmontools
     379  ./autogen.sh
     380  ./configure
     381  make
     382  make install
     383}}}
     384
     385See notes under [#tarball Install from source tarball] for different options to {{{./configure}}}
     386and other useful remarks.
     387
     388To update your sources from trunk (development version):
     389{{{
     390  cd smartmontools
     391  svn update
     392}}}
     393
     394One of the really cool things about version control systems is that you can get
     395''any'' version of the code you want, from the first release up the
    407396the most current development version. And it's trivial, because
    408397each release is <u>tagged</u> with a name. Look at the
    409 <a href="http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools/tags/">tags in our SVN repository</a>,
     398[http://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/smartmontools/tags/ tags in our SVN repository],
    410399to see what the different names are.
    411400
    412 <p>E.g. run the following command to fetch the RELEASE_5_38 release:</p>
    413 
    414 <p class="code">svn co https://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smartmontools/tags/RELEASE_5_38/sm5 smartmontools</p>
    415 
    416 <p>Note that the directory with the smartmontools sourcefiles is named <span class="marked">sm5</span> in
    417 releases &lt;= 5.38.</p>
    418 
    419 <p>The rest of the build procedure is the same like described above, with one exception:</p>
    420 
    421 <p>- Skip <tt>./autogen.sh</tt> and <tt>./configure</tt> for tagged releases
    422 
    423 &lt;= 5.1-18 (RELEASE_5_X_Y, where X = 0 or 1 and Y = 0 to 18).</p>
    424 </li>
    425 
    426 </ul>
    427 
    428 <h3><a name="live-cd"></a>
    429 Fourth Method - Don't install, run from Live-system</h3>
    430 <p>If you have a system that is showing signs of disk trouble (for
     401E.g. run the following command to fetch the RELEASE_5_38 release:
     402
     403{{{
     404  svn co https://smartmontools.svn.sourceforge.net/svnroot/smartmontools/tags/RELEASE_5_38/sm5 smartmontools
     405}}}
     406
     407Note that the directory with the smartmontools sourcefiles is named '''{{{sm5}}}''' in
     408releases <= 5.38.</p>
     409
     410The rest of the build procedure is the same like described above, with one exception:
     411
     412- Skip {{{./autogen.sh}}} and {{{./configure}}} for tagged releases
     413
     414<= 5.1-18 (RELEASE_5_X_Y, where X = 0 or 1 and Y = 0 to 18).
     415
     416----
     417
     418== 4. Run smartmontools from Live-system ==
     419
     420If you have a system that is showing signs of disk trouble (for
    431421example, it's unbootable and the console is full of disk error
    432422messages) it can be handy to have a version of smartmontools that can
    433423be run off of a bootable CD or floppy to examine the disk's SMART data and run
    434424self-tests.  This is also useful if you want to run Captive Self-Tests
    435 (the <b><tt>-<font size="+2">C</font></tt></b> option of
    436 <b><tt>smartctl</tt></b> ) on disks that can not easily be unmounted,
     425(the '''{{{-C}}}''' option of {{{smartctl}}} ) on disks that can not easily be unmounted,
    437426such as those hosting the Operating System files. Or you can use
    438 this to run <tt>smartctl</tt> on computers that don't use Linux as the
    439 day-to-day operating system.</p>
    440 
    441 <p><a name="bootable"></a>Here is a list of such bootable CDs:</p>
    442 <ul>
    443 <li><a href="http://www.finnix.org/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Finnix Live Bootable CD</a></li>
    444 <li><a href="http://docs.fedoraproject.org/release-notes/f7/en_US/sn-Live.html"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Fedora Core 7 Live Bootable CD</a></li>
    445 <li><a href="http://www.lnx-bbc.com/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />LNX-BBC Bootable CD</a></li>
    446 <li><a href="http://www.stresslinux.org/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Stresslinux Bootable CD</a></li>
    447 <li><a href="http://www.tux.org/pub/people/kent-robotti/looplinux/rip/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />RIP (Recovery Is Possible) Bootable CD</a></li>
    448 <li><a href="http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />SystemRescueCd</a></li>
    449 <li><a href="http://www.gpstudio.com/stux/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />STUX Bootable CD</a></li>
    450 
    451 <li><a href="http://partedmagic.com/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Parted Magic</a>
    452 (also contains <a href="http://gsmartcontrol.berlios.de/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />GSmartControl</a>)</li>
    453 <li><a href="http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Knoppix</a>
    454 (<a href="http://packages.debian.org/testing/utils/smartmontools"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Debian/testing</a> based CD)</li>
    455 <li><a href="http://www.gentoo.org/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Gentoo Installer LiveCD</a></li>
    456 <li><a href="http://grml.org/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />grml Linux Live-CD</a>
    457 
    458 (<a href="http://packages.debian.org/unstable/utils/smartmontools"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Debian/unstable</a>
    459 based CD, smartmontools is also included in <a href="http://grml.org/faq/#whatissmall"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />grml-small</a>)</li>
    460 <li><a href="http://ubuntu-rescue-remix.org/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Ubuntu Rescue Remix</a></li>
    461 <li><a href="http://smartlinux.sourceforge.net/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />S.M.A.R.T. Linux</a>
    462 (a bootable FLOPPY containing smartmontools!)</li>
    463 <li><a href="http://www.inside-security.de/insert_en.html"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />INSERT (Inside Security Rescue Toolkit)</a>
    464 (Knoppix based CD)</li>
    465 
    466 <li><a href="http://www.911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=13459"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />Smartctl Plugin</a>
    467 for <a href="http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />BartPE bootable live windows CD</a></li>
    468 <li>A plugin for the <a href="http://www.ubcd4win.com/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />UBCD4Win</a>
    469 can be created by the <a href="download.html#WindowsInstall">smartmontools windows installer</a></li>
    470 <li>The <a href="http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/"><img src="pics/linkext.gif" width="11" height="11" border="0" alt="extLink: " />UBCD</a>
    471 5.0 beta contains PartedMagic (above), see also note about UBCD <a href="faq.html#UBCD">in the FAQ</a></li>
    472 
    473 </ul>
    474 
    475 <p>Please let us know if there are others, and we will add them to this list.</p>
    476 
    477 }}}
     427this to run {{{smartctl}}} on computers that don't use Linux as the
     428day-to-day operating system.
     429
     430==== List of bootable CDs ====
     431[http://www.finnix.org/ Finnix Live Bootable CD][[BR]]
     432[http://docs.fedoraproject.org/release-notes/f7/en_US/sn-Live.html Fedora Core 7 Live Bootable CD][[BR]]
     433[http://www.lnx-bbc.com/ LNX-BBC Bootable CD][[BR]]
     434[http://www.stresslinux.org/ Stresslinux Bootable CD][[BR]]
     435[http://www.tux.org/pub/people/kent-robotti/looplinux/rip/ RIP (Recovery Is Possible) Bootable CD][[BR]]
     436[http://www.sysresccd.org/Main_Page SystemRescueCd][[BR]]
     437[http://www.gpstudio.com/stux/ STUX Bootable CD][[BR]]
     438[http://partedmagic.com/ Parted Magic] (also contains [http://gsmartcontrol.berlios.de/ GSmartControl])[[BR]]
     439[http://www.knopper.net/knoppix/index-en.html Knoppix][[BR]]
     440[http://packages.debian.org/testing/utils/smartmontools Debian/testing] based CD)[[BR]]
     441[http://www.gentoo.org/ Gentoo Installer LiveCD][[BR]]
     442[http://grml.org/ grml Linux Live-CD] ([http://packages.debian.org/unstable/utils/smartmontools Debian/unstable] based CD, smartmontools is also included in [http://grml.org/faq/#whatissmall grml-small])[[BR]]
     443[http://ubuntu-rescue-remix.org/ Ubuntu Rescue Remix][[BR]]
     444[http://smartlinux.sourceforge.net/ S.M.A.R.T. Linux] (a bootable FLOPPY containing smartmontools!)[[BR]]
     445[http://www.inside-security.de/insert_en.html INSERT (Inside Security Rescue Toolkit)] (Knoppix based CD)[[BR]]
     446[http://www.911cd.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=13459 Smartctl Plugin] for [http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/ BartPE bootable live windows CD][[BR]]
     447A plugin for the [http://www.ubcd4win.com/] UBCD4Win] can be created by the [#WindowsInstall smartmontools windows installer][[BR]]
     448The [http://www.ultimatebootcd.com/ UBCD] 5.0 beta contains PartedMagic (above), see also note about UBCD [http://smartmontools.sourceforge.net/faq.html#UBCD in the FAQ]
     449
     450Please let us know if there are others, and we will add them to this list.