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Is There any "System Restore" things in Ubuntu?

Ubuntu @ January 30, 2011   Views:0

Hi, i just realised how useful system restore is, so i really want to have it on my ubuntu. is there any apps for it or there's a built in apps? i think it's very useful if there's an accident


#No there is nothing to restore file system to a previous date and or time in linux that I have ever heard or read about.
#I would say learn how to use a Live Cd (install Cd using Try Ubuntu) and the chroot command which puts you into root
of a install while in live Cd.

Here you go: https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubu...ystem-restore;)

Back In Time ?

It is in the ubuntu repositories.

the link is broken it's not working
for the file backup i put it in another partition so i don't need the backup. i'd prefer the AptOnCd for the application backup, all that i want is sytem backup that restore the whole system settings so if i did any mistakes, it's not a problemThe link is broken but it doesn't matter, ! This is a Blueprint and is not yet available, but should be soon !! at least they are working on it !! https://blueprints.launchpad.net/ubu...system-restore

4 years old and not looking likely ...
I think Linux mint backup tool has an option to save/bacup system settings (the other option is to back up data). They developed the tool because their system upgrade is done through clean install.

you can use PPA to install it i believe: http://www.webupd8.org/2010/07/insta...nt-backup.html


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