10 easy ways to restore your Linux system Book

10 easy ways to restore your Linux system Book

10 easy ways to restore your Linux system

Table of contents

  1. How Does System Restore Work in Windows?
  2. How Does System Restore Work on Linux?
  3. What’s the Difference Between System Snapshots and Backups?
  4. TimeShift
  5. How it Works
  6. Cronopete
  7. How it Works
  8. Back In Time
  9. How it Works
  10. Systemback
  11. How it Works
  12. Snapper
  13. How it Works
  14. How to Backup and Restore Installed Applications
  15. Advanced System Rollback Solutions
  16. Rsnapshot
  17. Obnam
  18. LVM Snapshots

How Does System Restore Work on Linux?

It doesn’t — at least not under that name. You won’t find the feature called “System Restore
”in your distro’s menus. You’ll have to find an approach that suits you and install the necessary
applications. Most of them are based on the same principle as System Restore on Windows.

They create snapshots of your system at specified intervals and let you roll back to a selected

point in time.
Before diving into the apps, let’s briefly explain what system snapshots are.

What’s the Difference Between System Snapshots and Backups?

Semantics may vary, but generally speaking, backups are copies of files kept in a location separate from the files themselves. Backups rarely include everything on a disk; when they do, they’re called disk images or disk clones . This type of backup “ mirrors ” the entire disk,

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