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Re: SYSTEM restore

Post by BG405 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:51 pm

Timeshift is included with LM18.3, I've just been told by my mate. :D Worth adding that to this old thread I think. So it's "solved" now! :mrgreen:
Dell Inspiron 1525 - LM17.3 CE 64-------------------Acer D255E 2GB - Manjaro KDE, LM17.3 KDE 32
Toshiba NB305 - Manjaro KDE------------------------K7S5A AMD 1.2GHz - LM17.3 Xfce 32 & WinXP-Pro
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Re: SYSTEM restore

Post by linx255 » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:03 pm

Thanks I had never heard of those!

Neither Timeshift nor Backintime seemed to have a gui. ( Is there a trick? Both had screenshots in Software Manager. ) When I run the former it appears to be terminal only, and the latter doesn't do anything.
- I'm running Mint 18 Mate 64-bit
- 4.15.0-34-generic x86_64
- All my bash scripts begin with #!/bin/bash

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Re: SYSTEM restore

Post by Moem » Wed Nov 29, 2017 6:07 pm

Mod notes:
Please don't post to such old threads, it's confusing. I'm locking this one; linx255, please start a new thread for your question. This is the forum section for suggestions and new ideas, not support questions. Thanks!

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