[lug] Stand along backup for dual (Fedora Core 4/Windows 2003) boot Machines?
restrada at linuxmail.org
Wed Jun 7 07:17:48 MDT 2006
It works for me...
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: siegfried <siegfried at heintze.com>
> To: "'Boulder (Colorado) Linux Users Group -- General Mailing List'" <lug at lug.boulder.co.us>
> Subject: [lug] Stand along backup for dual (Fedora Core 4/Windows 2003) boot Machines?
> Date: Tue, 6 Jun 2006 20:56:55 -0600
> I was so hopeful that mondo rescue was going to solve my problems. But then
> I download the latest iso and burn it to a CD only to discover this in the
> This CD works well with:-
> - Red Hat 7.x, 8.0, 9
> - Mandrake Linux 8.x, 9.x
> - SME/e-Smith 5.6
> - SuSE Linux 8.2
> - Trustix 2.0
> - TurboLinux Server 6.5
> - TurboLinux Workstation 7.0
> Where is Fedora Core 4? Is not SuSE 8 kinda old? Uggghh...
> Is there a program I can use to protect against a hacker using fdisk on my
> boot drive where I can create a DVD backup that will contain a complete
> image of all my boot partitions such that I don't have to rebuild my boot
> partitions? In the old days of mainframes, we called it stand alone backup.
> I cannot get mondo rescue to install -- maybe because fedora core 4 is not
> supported. It complains about liblzo.so.1 not being installed but when I try
> to download the RPM it says lzo1.0.8 is already installed.
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