Pilosopong Tasyo wrote:LinFreeze
Incentive I.C wrote:...are there any more Any Linux vitalization/deep freeze software out there?
Incentive I.C wrote:...how do i make a text file read only?
Pilosopong Tasyo wrote:For example, I use Remastersys' Backup mode to create an updated snapshot of my workstation, and set the ISO aside when I have to do reinstalls or restorations on demand (or if I want to install my remaster to another machine). It's like reinstalling from scratch, but with the added benefit that your user account is retained and so does your installed applications, settings and files as well.
Pilosopong Tasyo wrote:Several ways:
(1) If you're a GUI person, open the file's properties sheet and you should be able to set the read/write/execute permissions from there.
(2) For a CLI solution you can use chown to change ownership of a file and/or chmod to change the file's permission bits.
(3) The chattr (change file attribute) command gives you the option to set a file immutable.
Incentive I.C wrote:Cool so basically it makes a little snapshot in the form of an ISO that i can put on my flash drive or hardrive and i can virtual mount it when ever i need to restore from it.
Incentive I.C wrote:Can i tell it what files to put on like for example i do not want to put on Virtual Box Guest Operating systems on it but i want to put the Virtual box application (just the application) on can i do that.
melbo wrote:Kinda sounds like you'd like the snapshots feature of btrfs (filesystem). I have mine set to autosnap whenever I make any changes and then after I fully bork it by playing, I can go in and rename a valid snapshot to @ and reboot.
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