Sichern und Wiederherstellen von Partitionen, Verzeichnissen und MBR.
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it takes such a long time to make qt4-fsa ready
for professional use, because they have a lot of dependency trouble
I am now doing so whenever I make a major change to any of the distros I run because it is so easy to do it with this program.
I write an instruction later today, how it works to change locales for the whole system.
The developer of SalineOS, Anthony Nordquist, has rewriten the remastersys installer and you can choose which drive's MBR to add grub to as with the original script it just added grub to the sda MBR with no choice, plus other tweaks.I studied remastersys a little bit, which i never
used. But that would be a January project.
understood, if you do put an rescue iso together I have a script called grub-doctor from the saline dev that would be worth adding, it must only be run from a live cd.When i mentioned remastersys,
You have confirmed that it's possible to customize those values when you do a restore, that's good news, I'll give it a go later.it's possible to edit the second window that pops up when a backup session is started. You can
define the UUID and Label there
xircon wrote:Interesting idea, make our own backup/restore/recovery CD. It is also a good learning exercise. Even if only half a dozen of us used it, it would be a handy tool.
I tried remastersys a while back and made a DVD of my (during a brief flirtation with) Ubuntu system, but it was huge.
Can you create live CDs in vbox?
Gerd50 wrote:I thought, for the Oneiric version the way to change language should be nearly similar as for the Maverick v.
That's another surprise for me, it is not ...ok, i load down the Oneiric v. and write an instruction for it too.
Similar story with me but it was the need to backup the windows system that drove me.Brian, you know much more about backup/backuptools than me About three years ago i left Windows, which i never
backed up, behind me. I was too stupid for it. Then started with Ubuntu, Mint Gloria, Helena. I never backed up them and
never broke them except ubu in the first weeks. Install, break, reinstall was a good learning exercise at the beginning.
If it's been reliably doing everything you need in a simple way my idea of extending it to clone drives might be pointless.When LMDE was offered, i was very interested to it, installed it. As long as testing was freezed, i never backed up. But when
the wheezy update flood came in, i at once installed qt4-fsa. Since then it does what i want, save my partitions, MBR, restore
them with few klicks
Is Steve the developer and is he activly developing qt4-archiver?A week ago Steve asked me, whether i could write a quick and dirty qt4-fsa HowTo. I said yes i can and now we have a project
Bit out of my depth technically but does a rescue live CD need to be based on LMDE? would it be better to use a Squeeze(stable) base?What about founding a group in order to create a qt4-fsa/rescue Live CD based on LMDE Xfce for LMDE users
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