For future images, choose to generate checksums (preferably SHA) the next time. Then you'll be able to verify the backup against those.
Ah. The good thing is, you don't have to :-) Just use good old "file sharing" in explorer.
In particular, for something like this: "\\192.168.1.1\shared_folder" use "/shared_folder" for #4. Mind the difference in "\" and "/".
In particular, for something like this: "\192.168.1.1\shared_folder" use "/shared_folder" for #4. Mind the difference in "\" and "/".
If you need to save it to a windows machine on the net, use "samba_server". It will ask you for 1) IP address 2) Domain 3) Account on server with write permissions on a shared folder 4) Shared folder 5) Password
Dude! Chill out. mount /dev/sda1 /media/sda1 mount --bind /media/sda1/some_sub_folder_with_disk_images/ /home/partimag Replace "sda1" with what You need.
Yes, that works fine! On PartedMagic the "2017-xx-xx-xx-img-tmp-cnvted" never gets created & thusly it doesn't work.
Test-case (pmagic_2017_04_13.iso, VM, 2 disks): Create a disk-image of /dev/sda to /home/partimag Attempt to restore this image to /dev/sdb