Re: need floppy based disk imaging tool for Red Hat 9
From: Ben Measures (saint_abroadremove_at_removehotmail.com)
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 16:43:01 +0000
If you have SMB support in your kernel at the moment, its reasonably
simple to make your own boot disk. If you feel up to it, I'd be happy to
help you out with the creation of it.
> Have Red Hat 9 with ext3 and linux-swap partitions.
> Looking for a disk-imaging tool (something like Symantec's Ghost).
> Would like to:
> a. Boot off a floppy.
> b. Use the imaging tool (on the floppy) to make a hard disk image.
> c. Store the image on another PC via FTP, SMB, etc. (Networking
> d. In case of a disaster, would like to use the image to recreate the
> system on a new hard disk.
> e. This disk-imaging tool should be open source or freeware.
> Appreciate your suggestions.