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Old 10-27-2004, 08:27 PM   #1
Registered: Oct 2004
Distribution: red hat fedora core 2
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I have Ghost For Linux (G4L) -- how to avoid problems with Click and Clone option?

I have successfully burned my first disc on Fefora Core2. :-)

The disc loads g4l and presents a few options.

I contacted the author via forum that is not used much and didn't
get a reply.

My question on g4l is using the click and clone option.

Clicka nd Clone is for disk to disk backup. I have a 15g drive as
master to make the image file and a 5g to make the clone.

But I worry about over writing something.

G4l shows a series of devices hda, hda1,hda2, recognized.

Can I simply click through defaults and assume the gfl will not
overwrite the master and will find the correct source drive
and target drive?

The system with Norton Ghost was pretty easy. I'm hoping it's the same with g41.



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