You have two options for running IMUNES. If you just wish to check out
what it is and how it works, you can try out a pre-installed bootable CD:
This thing still might have a few problems in correctly autoconfiguring X11, so be warned that you may need to spend some extra time to get it running correctly. Apart from that, it should be straightforward to use, and most importantly it doesn't need and won't touch anything on your disk drives.
imunes-20071007.tgz - just unpack and do ./install.sh
4.11-R-20051020.diff.gz - this is a kernel patch that provides the ability to simultaneously maintain multiple network stack instances within a single running kernel. Check this page for detailed installation instructions
vimage-20040209.tgz - just unpack and do make; make install (as root)
ng_pipe-20041024.tgz - same as above
ngctl-20050227.tgz - unpack; cd ngctl; make; install ngctl /usr/sbinThis document provides a brief introduction on how to navigate and use the IMUNES GUI console.