I have a quick question about the "BackUp" application that comes with Ubuntu 12.04.
I managed to set up my computer the way I like it. Now, I'd like to create a backup of my file system partition. I've research a few backup options (such as fsarchiver, partimage), but if I'm not mistaken, in order to be able to use fsarchiver I have to run it from a live cd.
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Ok, despite seemingly endless searches, I can't seem to find any solid answers.
This is what I'm looking to do:
Create a LiveCD that only boots, no installing of the OS at all.
Boots directly to system, no login or user interaction required.
I need to have certain pacakges on that LiveCD, such as fsarchiver , hwinfo, etc and some Perl scripts.
No GUI, just the good ol' CLI is all that's needed.