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#1 z4cky87

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Posted 23 February 2016 - 11:17 PM

Dear All of Master Bleeping Computer,

 

I want to backup image linux centos 5.3 with live cd like as redo backup, but not redo backup always ask restart its reason , are there tools other redo backup?, i have to try like as clonzilla, redobackup, system rescue but always fail.my linux centos have the size disk 200gb , Thanks for help me and i am sorry my english is bad.

 

 

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Posted 24 February 2016 - 04:33 PM

Options for backing up Operating System separately from your personal files would be Timeshift and Systemback.  Not familiar with ones for Personal files because I keep Personal files on USB/Flash drive.  

 

I think you are trying to Backup the whole system 200GB, do you have enough space for this? and is your computer set up to not hibernate or something similar?

 

 Someone else will have some solutions for you also.  I will leave the two mentioned Programs below in case they are of help.  I think most here are keeping Personal Files Backed up separately with Clonezilla or something similar, then Re-Installing the Operating System if needed, this is where having a "home" Partition will come into help, or an External Backup Drive.

 

Perhaps you are running into a problem with "Redo Backup" because you don't have enough space at your backup destination?  Or Destination it is not formatted correctly?  I'm not familiar with Redo Backup but here is a tutorial that might help.

http://www.tecmint.com/redo-backup-and-recovery-tool-to-backup-and-restore-linux-systems/

 

Timeshift acts as  a System Restore like in Windows.  NOTE: You will need a place to store your Snapshots, I use a separate "home" partition to do this, have tried doing this with a USB but did not work.  It will also need to be Formatted as ext4.

http://www.teejeetech.in/p/timeshift.html

 

Systemback can also do other things, like creating a custom iso that you can burn to a disk with all your Packages included if the Disk is big enough.

I have a better Tutorial on how to use this but the pictures don't seem to be working today, for me anyhow.  I will include it in #2 link.

http://ubuntuhandbook.org/index.php/2014/07/install-backup-tool-systemback-1-0-ubuntu-14-04/

 

https://www.unixmen.com/systemback-restore-linux-system-previous-state/

 

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#3 z4cky87

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Posted 25 February 2016 - 10:47 PM

Dear Mr.Pc Punk,

 

thanks you for help me, my hardisk size is 1Tb, so more enogh.but now my case is solve. i use terabyte livecd.

 

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