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the Clonezilla Live CD
|Original author(s)||Steven Shiau|
|Developer(s)||NCHC Free Software Labs|
|Stable release||2.1.2-20 / July 3, 2013|
|Preview release||2.1.2-31 / July 30, 2013|
|Written in||Perl, Unix shell|
|Operating system||POSIX, GNU/Linux|
|Available in||English, Chinese (Traditional)|
|Type||Disk cloning, Disaster recovery|
Clonezilla is a free disaster recovery, disk cloning, disk imaging, and deployment computer program. Clonezilla is designed by Steven Shiau and developed by the NCHC Free Software Labs in Taiwan. Clonezilla SE provides multicast support similar to Norton Ghost Corporate Edition.
'Clonezilla Live' enables a user to clone a single computer's storage media, or a single partition on the media, to a separate medium device. The cloned data can be saved as an image-file or as a duplicated copy of the data. The data can be saved to locally attached storage device, an SSH server, a Samba Server, or an NFS file-share. The clone file can then be used to restore the original when needed.
The Clonezilla application can be run from a USB flash drive or a DVD-ROM. Clonezilla requires no modification to the computer; the software runs in its own booted environment.
Clonezilla Server is used to clone many computers simultaneously across a network. This is done using a DRBL server and computer workstations that can boot from a network.
- Shiau, Steven (2013-07-03). "Stable Clonezilla live (2.1.2-20) Released". clonezilla-release. http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/message.php?msg_id=31148006.
- "DistroWatch.com: Clonezilla". Retrieved 14 September 2010.
- "Interview with Steven Shiau". Retrieved 14 September 2010.
- Official website
- Clonezilla on SourceForge.net
- Clonezilla at Freecode
- Clonezilla Live handbook
- Clonezilla Live CD/USB changelog in stable version
- Project News for Clonezilla
- Migrate to a virtual Linux environment with Clonezilla
- Cloning Linux Systems With CloneZilla Server Edition (CloneZilla SE)