Category Archives: Backup

Scheduling Back In Time

Five years ago, in a series of posts, I outlined the difficulties that I experienced in getting Back In Time to make a daily backup of my dedicated data partition. After finding a solution to this issue (see: Getting to … Continue reading

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Installing FreeFileSync in Linux Mint 18

My main data backup program is FreeFileSync in both Linux and Windows. However, when I attempted to install this package in Linux Mint 18 (Sarah) using the usual command to add the relevant PPA (sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freefilesync/ffs), I received the … Continue reading

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A non-standard disk-imaging option for Linux users

In a previous post (Backup, backup, backup…), I recommended that owners of Asus T100 hybrid machines use Macrium Reflect Free Edition to create a complete backup of their hard drives prior to attempting to install Linux in a dual-boot format. … Continue reading

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Re-doing disk imaging

A common question posed in various Linux forums takes the form “…how do I recover..?” The answer should be run your backup software and select restore. However, many users don’t seem to make comprehensive backups, for example by using disk-imaging … Continue reading

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Limiting Daily Backups

I used to let Back In Time make a seemingly endless series of daily backups of my data partition – at least I did so until my backup disk got full! Then, it was time to see how to limit … Continue reading

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Restoring a Linux partition on the T100

Having been disappointed that Ubuntu Linux Version 14.10 (Utopic Unicorn) didn’t seem to provide any new support for the Asus Transformer T100 hybrid tablet, I decided to give Fedlet a try. This customized version of the Fedora distro is specifically … Continue reading

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Backup, backup, backup…

And now for something completely different – a posting devoted to Windows and a Window’s application in a Linux blog. But, let me explain…

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