If you are testing Acronis Linux version then you need something to compare with, right?
So use dd and see if it works as suggested by one line of command
dd if=/dev/sdx of=/dev/sdy bs=32256
where sdx is the smaller source disk and sdy is the bigger target disk.
If this boots while Acronis doesn't then there is no much point to invent Acronis in Linux to beat a terminal command that can carry out the same task but faster, easier and simpler.
Seems to me (based on personal experience never find dd fail to clone any or all
Dos, Windows, Linux, BSD and Solaris systems)
Acronis in Linux = to invent a square wheel.
Round wheel already in use = dd command available in every Linux , BSD and Solaris.