Originally Posted by zaoka
Does anybody know can Ghost For Linux backup/restore NTFS and FAT32 partitions?...
For FAT32, definitely, for NTFS, yes but I suggest reading the sourceforge forum
about NTFS support....
Although I highly suggest getting RIPLinuX
(Recovery Is Possible) which is a rescue disk and has a whole host of useful tools for saving, restoring, rescuing, etc., whole drives or partitions.......It has partimage
for imaging partitions, gParted
partition GUI, the current ntfs-3g
support for reading and writing to NTFS partitions, and also has the ntfsprogs
utils which has ntfsclone, a safe cloning tool for making backup images of NTFS......While it comes as an iso, it can be installed to a pendrive (128MB size is more than sufficient, even for the X windows version) for easy carrying, or the iso can be burned to a mini-cd (8 cm) disc for easy carrying as well.....
Get the X version, RIPLinuX (uppercase X), which is only a ~75MB iso........This project is constantly maintained and updated with the latest tools.........
PS: Here's a listing of the files included in the current X version (2.9 as of this writing): RIPLinuX-2.9.contents.txt