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    Default Imaging program for Linux/SUSE?

    Is there an imaging program I could use to make an image of my Suse 11 setup onto an NTFS partition? I like to alternate between Win and Linux, which is easy as I have a few good Win images on disk and can restore one in 5 minutes or so, but would like to do the same with my Linux partitions. Any suggestions or ideas anyone?

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    Default Re: Imaging program for Linux/SUSE?

    norton ghost (10) comes to mind, i just imaged one and restored 12 centos systems with it.
    "The day Microsoft makes something that doesn't suck is the day they make a vacuum cleaner"
    OS: Fedora9, RHEL5, CENTOS5, Arch, OpenSuSe11
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    Default Re: Imaging program for Linux/SUSE?

    have a look at bootit , Boot Manager, Partition Manager, and Drive Image Utility - BootIt Next Generation - it's a one-stop-shop product for these kind of things!

    Cheers,
    Wj
    Have a lot of fun!

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    Theo v. Werkhoven NNTP User

    Default Re: Imaging program for Linux/SUSE?

    The carbonbased lifeform kerodo inspired opensuse.org.help.applications with:
    >
    > Is there an imaging program I could use to make an image of my Suse 11
    > setup onto an NTFS partition? I like to alternate between Win and
    > Linux, which is easy as I have a few good Win images on disk and can
    > restore one in 5 minutes or so, but would like to do the same with my
    > Linux partitions. Any suggestions or ideas anyone?


    partimage, g4l, clonezilla

    Theo
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    Default Re: Imaging program for Linux/SUSE?

    Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I will check them all out. I did find a couple of those mentioned already, but I appreciate the help....

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