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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

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#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.
http://community.linuxmint.com/tutorial/view/2

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

Remastersys?

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