Orion Incident Response Live CD 4
help instill a standard and repeatable incident response process. More importantly, they help responders get past the problem of starting from a blank page.
12. Availability of Orion
Orion is currently an internal project in use by the author and his colleagues. The design goals were written to satisfy the needs of our incident response team. Once that small team has reviewed Orion and provided input, the intent is to provide a public release. After it moves from “alpha” to “beta” release form, Orion will be made available at the Orion project web site (http://orionlivecd.sourceforge.net/). Requests for early copies or more information can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
900 MHz Celeron
2+ GHz Core 2 Duo
13. System Requirements
Based on preliminary testing, the current system requirements for Orion are:
Disk 0 (none required) 20 GB installed
NVIDIA GeForce 9400M, 256MB
Orion can be used as a Live CD, run from a USB token, installed directly on a hard drive, or used from within a virtual machine environment such as VMware. In the latter case, the software may again be used as a Live CD by booting any virtual machine with the orion.iso as the CD/DVD image or by installing Orion directly on the virtual machine hard drive as the operating system. The ubiquity installer is used to perform the hard drive installation, just as it is with BackTrack. Executing the install.sh in root home directory will start this process.