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Re: Yet another post on disk copy methods



Duane Clark wrote:

I took a look clonezilla, but frankly, that looked like something that an IT department would use for many machines. It looked like way too much for the simple task I wanted.

clonezilla-live is the one to look at. It's an iso image that you can boot (or alternatively a zip archive to install on a USB drive). You just boot it, optionally mount some storage space via nfs, smb, or ssh, and let it copy the disk to an image with enough info to re-create it.

The main clonezilla project does the same things but is geared toward network booting and mass-cloning of the images.

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  Les Mikesell
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