Mondo Rescue, missing /dev, /proc, /sys
I'm having a hard time figuring out how to fully backup my entire
linuxbox, I mean everything, not just /home or /etc. I wanted to
restore the system within minutes not days.
The only program that seams to work (sometimes :) ) is mondoarchive
but it doesn't include the /proc, /dev/ and /sys directories in it's
archive during the backup process. At this point I wonder, why a
distaster recovery progam like mondoarchive does not backup these vital
directories without whom linux can't boot up.
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