Redo Backup and Recovery - Bare Metal Restore

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by Ocky, Jul 3, 2011.

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  1. Ocky

    Ocky Registered Member

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    http://redobackup.org/

    This is where I saw it..
    http://tips-linux.net/en/linux-ubuntu/linux/software
     
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    Thanks mack, nice video you linked to :thumb:

    Now you must test it for us. :D
     
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    Just added to my list. Wonder how it compares to others.
     
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    i definitely going to test and put my short comment but mrk would be Mr perfect to review and put more light on it

    Mrk are you listing to us or do we need to shout like babies :D

    edit: one thing more we would like to see if backup created by Redo or clonezilla and restore with vice-versa as both use same base of Partclone default there would be no problem :p

    also there on distro watch

    http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=redo
     
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    No, I didn't - as it is also for Linux I thought it best to post it here.
    Your username really suits you, Searching. ;)
     
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    Redo Backup has come out with a couple new versions and they have reached version 1.0.0 stable. I've had my eye on this one for a while but IFL/IFD has served my needs along with dejadup & crashplan. When the next ubuntu comes out and DejaDup will support Ubuntu One I won't know what to do with myself.

    We poor mistreated Linux users really do appreciate the the great work done by these wonderful programmers.
     
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