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121 Responses

  1. dragonmouth says:

    It is now April 2019 and the article still hasn’t been updated as you promised couple of years ago.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Dragonmouth,

      I am extremely sorry bro, actually I forgotten completely, but thanks for reminding me again. Give me this week, I will update this article.

  2. Rodney Jackson says:

    Hey fellows!, does this program do a reliable photo of the disc.?

    I need a program that will restore Byte for Byte of a hard drive. I am rather new to Linux (Ubuntu 16.04.5) and every time I crash the system, I have to go through the trouble of reloading a program, then go through the ‘wine’ process to get it going again. This plus having to set up mail and internet processes.

    Thank you in advance

  3. RAj says:

    How to use it with command line ?

  4. Bruno Cornec says:

    And BTW, wrt UUIDs (someone forwarded to me a comment made here about that I can find now :-(), when we re-create partitions at restore time, we re-use the original UUIDs in the mkfs commands so that the system is not disturbed afterwards.

  5. hedkandi says:

    You need to update your repo list for rhel7, buddy a lot of things has changed since. mondo is not what it used to be anymore.

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