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Old 01-29-2010, 12:00 AM   #1
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LXer: How to Clone Drives and Partitions with Clonezilla


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Some hard drive cloning programs support a wide variety of filesystems. Some can create image files and store only the sectors that are actually in use. Some can clone over a network, and a few can multicast a drive or image file to multiple targets simultaneously. Clonezilla can do all of the above, with the added benefit of being free. Its a live CD with partitioning software and simple cloning interface packed with useful features. In this guide, well be using Clonezilla to run a disk-to-disk copy and checking out a few of the more interesting options.

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