So I'm new with ubuntu and so far I just love it :) I am now thinking how to perform full system backup, so that all my system settings, all my programs and packages and everything I've tweaked so far (desktop environment, window manager, etc.) is recoverable.
I could use deja dup or any other backup origram to backup the /home folder.
For our openSUSE distributions, we release regularly updates to fix security issues and general bugs. As desktop user, you get notified in GNOME and KDE via the updater apps about new packages once they run (normal setup is once a day).
I'm having an issue all of a sudden with running apt-get update. It gets stuck on 100% [Waiting for headers] after getting a 404 response from a few Ubuntu raring packages. My /etc/apt/sources.list is really sparse, with no references to raring anywhere.
Sorry i found how to post in Ubuntu Forum :) , simple "new Thread" button, LOL !!!.
Anyway i can leave this question open here i think.
The following command create a list of installed packages on a machine, and then reinstall the same packages in another machine
it seems that the command work fine on Ubunt 32 Desktop , but on Ubuntu amd64 (Desktop) the
Aptik is new application to make packages installation easier, it is an ideal application after fresh Ubuntu installation if you have already backup PPA list with Apkit. It can backup PPAs to the file ‘ppa.list' and restore at anytime.
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