Systemback – Restore Ubuntu Desktop and Server To Previous State

Systemback - Restore Ubuntu Desktop and Server to previous state

8 Responses

  1. Manivannan says:

    Can we backup this restore point to external disk or usb drive? so in case of hard disk crash, we can restore to this?

  2. thorsten reichelt says:

    what is the quickest way to restore the ubuntu server in case the drive system drive died? install ubuntu, systemback and then restore from restore points or is there a quicker way? thank you

  3. Harry says:

    After googling for a while this is something looks interesting. I’m planning to take backups of my Dedicated Server which currently running on Ubuntu 16.04.
    But according to Systemback’s official pages, Systemback does not matinted anymore and it’s not even utilized for Ubuntu 16.04.
    So, are you sure this works perfectly fine Ubuntu 16.04?

  4. Robert MacLean says:

    I just tried to install this on Ubuntu 18.04 with no success – it said it could not be done securely so would not install (although it did download the file okay)

  5. sublimez says:

    To anyone reading this I used part of this webpage and part of another to get working perfectly on Ubuntu 18.04.02 Server LTS.
    sudo add-apt-repository “deb xenial main”
    sudo apt-key adv –keyserver –recv-keys 382003C2C8B7B4AB813E915B14E4942973C62A1B
    sudo apt update
    sudo apt install systemback
    sudo systemback-cli (this is to load from a terminal, systemback is the command to launch in guy)

  6. Travus says:

    I take a iso image I made with systemback and make it pxe boot but the newer version of ubuntu 18.04.2 it binds to two ip address vs just one when using an older version of ubuntu,

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