Linux backup strategy
For years, I've used Retrospect for backup on the Mac and love it's simplicity and stability. I've needed to do complete restores a couple of times and it worked flawlessly. About a year ago I moved to Linux FC-3 and would like to implement a backup strategy capable of doing a "bare metal" restore. I've checked out rsnapshot, mkCDrec, and mondo rescue. Anyone have experience with these or other backup programs? I have a dvd recorder on this machine and could do backups there or to an external HD. Any opinions on this?