Re: USB rescue/boot disk
A simple solution would be to follow this instuction:
ISO media, in this case hd-media, can be found at this location:
The easiest solution would only consist of three steps. Extract and burn
the hd-media.img.gz to an USB-stick. Add your ISO of choice to the USB and
your set to go. Any Debian ISO would do, and you could change to a new ISO
later if you wish.
I'm not sure that this would produce a rescue CD, but it's a effective way
to test any new Debian ISO-image.