Monday 18. july 2016: Updates on my new simulation framework project in Haskell.
Friday 25. march 2016: Dear backers, unfortunately, the FUN project was not successfully funded. I will now focus on FRP (Functional Reactive Programming) applied to real-time critical system specification and simulation.
save.py is a Python script designed to simply backup and restore partitions.
This software seems to work but I’m not responsible for any loss of data or crash of your hard disk. This software is provided as is, without any support and users use it at their own risks.
Always plug in the power supply to backup and restore a notebook.
save.py can be run in a terminal directly from your favorite GNU/Linux system to backup your data without rebooting (but with some restrictions) or run from a live GNU/Linux distribution. You can also run it from a CDKey for instance.
Please check the MD5 sums of this file:
First you must keep in mind that save.py is designed to be simple thus do not expect to do complex things.
The format of the backup is automatically determined. Partitions containing an operating system are saved with partclone to make them bootable after restoration. Other partitions are saved with rsync if the backup partition is of the same format (to ease backup exploration while preserving file attributes) or with partclone if the backup partition has a different format (to preserve file attributes). For sake of simplicity (and speed) it’s advised to format your backup partition as Ext3 to backup Linux systems or as NTFS to backup some expensive operating systems using NTFS partitions.
Currently only Ext3, Ext4, FAT and NTFS partitions can be saved. Btrfs may be supported soon.
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