Re: Backing up all files on hdd
You can use Norton Ghost if you have both drives in
the machine or a cd-r in the machine. You may be able
to hack a network ghost, but I have failed repeately
Most other approaches require manually fdisking the
new drive, untarring or restoring a dump and
installing lilo/grub for the boot sector. It's not
that much work and you don't have to deal with Ghost
which has been disappointing me since they dropped
real networking support (now it's just ghost-to-ghost
networking support, though you may be able to hack
something by hand using DOS network boot disks and
mounting shares as drives).
Hope this helps.
--- Willem-Jan Meijer <email@example.com> wrote:
> Hello all,
> My hdd is producing noises I don't like so I think
> it's time to make a
> backup. I want to backup all files, directories and
> so on, something like
> norton ghost for M$. So that after my hdd dies I
> only have to replace the
> backup and that everyting is like before the crash.
> How can I do this?
> Windows: Where do you want to go today?
> MacOS: Where do you want to be tomorrow?
> Linux: Are you coming or what?
> > BEGIN:VCARD
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