I'm using Ubuntu 12.10 installed alongside with Windows 7. Can I just have a system backup in the form of one or more DVD(s) so that I can restore the system with every package that are previously installed and if possible can I make use of that DVD(s) as a live CD with all the previously installed packages?
If "Back In Time(root)" is installed in my system, will it be useful?
I'll change my system from 32 bits to 64 bits, and will be the same I had before, Debian Squeeze, but I do not want to lose the programs I installed before, because I do not remember the name of them all.
Hi friends, I want create a image of system which is Ubuntu 13.10 installed on 160GB HD, it consists of lot of softwares that I've installed for my work.
Does anybody know how to create image of the system I don't want to lose my installed softwares.
Here's just a few words on how an operating system should work, vs. a software system that is broken.GNU/Linux - All software that is installed from the package manager is updated as soon as the updates are available, and via one single non-intrusive interface. There's no waiting for security patches or feature additions in the GNU/Linux system.
I installed ubundu from cd after instalation (did not installed drivers)i reboot the system the got an error message on screen'your system graphics is law' my system have intel i5,AMD 2GB dedicated graphics How can i solve this problem?
hi everyone.! i had a rooted vodafone smart 2 (alcatel v860) with recovery installed..one day i tried to port kitkat rom but system flash stopped in the middle of proccess and phone turned off.. now recovery and system doesnt work.. only first android image and stuck.. my pc cant recognise my device and doesnt install drivers to fix it using fastboot..
I have tried Googling for my answer, but everyone is saying GCC is already installed on the Solaris Operating System. They said to add /usr/sfw/bin to your $PATH, which I did, and rebooted the machine, but still nothing happened, when I tried compiling my software using GCC.
But when I do the following find command as the root user: