Tag Archive: system backup

Mar 28 2018

Cronopete – An Apple Time Machine Clone For Linux

If you use Mac OS, you certainly have known about or used Time machine. It is a backup software application distributed with the Apple’s Mac OS X. It is used to backup your data to an external drive, so that you can restore them later from the backup. If you are a fan boy/girl of …

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Jan 19 2016

4 Ways to Back Up Your Entire Hard Drive on Linux

Want to make sure your data and files are protected on your hard drive? Here are four great ways you can back up your hard drive on the Linux platform. Source: 4 Ways to Back Up Your Entire Hard Drive on Linux (Make Tech Easier)

Oct 29 2015

Easy Linux backup software with Time Machine like functionality | Nuxified.org

It’s easy to be impressed by Apple’s Time Machine backup feature. It works in the background, is seamlessly integrated, and when you need to get to restore something whoa.. you’re all of a sudden in space, travelling back in time, bringing something back to the present. There are two key things to this system. First …

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Oct 03 2015

How to Clone/Backup Linux Systems Using – Mondo Rescue Disaster Recovery Tool

Mondo Rescue is an open source, free disaster recovery utility that allows you to easily create complete Linux clone to CD, DVD, Tape, USD devices, hard disk, Source: How to Clone/Backup Linux Systems Using – Mondo Rescue Disaster Recovery Tool (Tecmint)

Aug 05 2015

Duply – A shell frontend to duplicity for simplified backups | Ubuntu Geek

Source: Duply – A shell frontend to duplicity for simplified backups | Ubuntu Geek

Jun 29 2015

How to Backup Files in Linux With Rsync on the Command Line | Linux.com

Rsync is an extremely powerful tool and does more than just make copies of your files on your system. Source: How to Backup Files in Linux With Rsync on the Command Line | Linux.com

Apr 20 2015

Link: DD Utility – Easily Backup and Restore Disk Image Files In Ubuntu

The legacy DD is a command line utility for UNIX like operating systems. DD stands for Data Description and the utility empowers the user to copy and convert files but it is a command line utility without any Graphical User Interface (GUI). DD utility can copy and convert simple files, device drivers (e.g for CD …

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Apr 08 2015

Link: DIY Time Capsule with a Raspberry Pi

As a Mac user I’ve always used Time Machine for local backups. The only issue is that it requires plugging a drive directly into your machine or buying an Apple Time Capsule. At $200 – $400 that’s not a cheap option for NAS backups. So I set out to create my own DIY Time Capsule …

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Apr 07 2015

Link: Time Machine for every Unix out there

Using rsync to mimic the behavior of Apple’s Time Machine feature rsync is one of the tools that have gradually infiltrated my day to day tool-box (aside Vim and Zsh). Using rsync it’s very easy to mimic Mac OS X new feature called Time Machine. In this article I’ll show how to do it, but …

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Aug 14 2014

Link: Did You Know Windows 8 Has a Built-In Time Machine Backup?

We sometimes forget with all the focus on Windows 8′s new “Modern” interface, but Windows 8 has a variety of great desktop improvements. One of them is File History, a built-in backup feature that functions similarly to Apple’s much-loved Time Machine. Enable the Windows 8 “time machine” File History, and Windows will automatically back up …

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