I had a thread going here about why my Opensuse11 is locking up.
I took a few updates the last three days, but something seems to have fixed it.
I haven’t shut down this workstation in two days.
Been using firefox3, Thunderbird, K3B burning iso’s from mounted files, OpenOffice documents and spreadsheets from mounted files, printing from my EpsonCX3810 and everything has been just ducky.
I think it really helped to remove beagle completely like I did two days ago.
I think that Opensuse11 is finally here to stay in this office. We have successfully removed one Windows workstation from the domain, Now I only have 11 more to go, LOLOL.
The boss is happy that this workstation is finally productive.
Now If I can only create an installable image of this configured workstation, I can remove the windows OS out of all the machines by next weekend.
The Domain Controller is still Windows2003StandardServer, but I must admit, has been working flawlessly since I initially built and configured it two years ago. It is our DNS/DHCP/WEB/Email/FTP/File/DomainController all in one.
But as I understand you are thinking more of making an image of your current setup and copying / cloning that to another PC? That can be done with imaging tools like partimage, ghost, BootIt, etc.
1st step would be to make an image of your current disk and then (2d step) restore it to the drive of another PC.
Is that what you mean? If so, that is quite easy to do.