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Program to save/restore partitions, folders and MBR/GPT.

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qt4-fsarchiver is a GUI for the program fsarchiver to save/restore partitions, folders and MBR/GPT. Clone from harddisk and partitions is possible. The programm is for systems based Debian, for Suse and Fedora. Look: (German language) http://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/qt4-fsarchiver. Language: German, English, Spain, Russia, Chinese and Italian and more. Notes in Readme (Liesmich) for install in Suse, Fedora and Debian based systems. There are live CD based on Ubuntu Precise and Xenial, language into Enlisch and German.
More options::
Backing and restoring GUID Partition Table is possible.
Clone a hard drive, create und restore an Image from a hard drive
There are deb-packages for Ubuntu, Debian and Linux-Mint, rpm packages for Fedora and SUSE. Added 32 translatuions.
The programm is translated to Qt5. The new name is: qt5-fsarchiver.
New: qt5-fsarchiver Live-DVD based on fsarchiver 0.8.0 and kernel 4.4.0-43.
Backup and restore vfat partitions is now possible

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    I could not live without this project! Being able to easily make copies of partitions and then restore them allows me to keep a stable of custom distros to put on any machine. Being able to do a live backup and to make "images" when only a small part of a partition is being used or I need to restore to a larger partition is a godsend. This is a uber geek necessary gui tool, fsarchiver command line on steroids. It's pretty intuitive and I have never needed support or had an issue. I would rate Dieter's "design" higher if he would have someone proof his English version as he has a few potentially confusing grammatical mistakes like "the partition is restored" when he means "restoring the partition" and "Stored partitions" button which should be "Save a partition". Once you like it use his ppa qt5-fsarchiver-64-bit to keep it up to date.

    Posted 06/28/2017
  • 1 of 5 2 of 5 3 of 5 4 of 5 5 of 5

    Great enough to be a must have.

    Posted 06/01/2016
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    Excellent idea but lacks with some problems. CONS: 1) Imaging a partition worked fine but cloning a drive to an image file showed errors and never worked. 2) Nautilus doesn't easily let you type in a network location would rather have thunar 3) Some applications are in German especially a problem when you want to do more than clone 4) It boots with a UK keyboard and takes some time to switch over to US PROS: 1) Fast 2) Nice GUI with the front end for the fsarchiver cloning app I hope the issues get fixed then I would love this live CD

    Posted 04/24/2015
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    Gotten to work or have contributed ebuilds to Gentoo/Sabayon to run etc. Also contributed some translations , anyhow want it in your own language you can do so hear, its light weight and is easy to incorporate into many live distros hosted. weblate. org /projects/qt4-fsarchiver/

    Posted 03/22/2015
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