Redo Backup and Recovery

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Redo Backup & Recovery
Redo Backup & Recovery initial screen
Stable release
1.0.4 / November 20, 2012; 7 years ago (2012-11-20)
Operating systemAn included version of Linux (Live OS)
Available inEnglish
TypeDisaster recovery
LicenseGNU General Public License
WebsiteSee External links

Redo Backup and Recovery is free backup and disaster recovery software. It runs from a bootable Linux CD image, presently Ubuntu 12.04 LTS, features a GUI that is a front end to the Partclone command line utility, and is capable of bare-metal backup and recovery of disk partitions. It can use external hard drives and network shares.

In addition to backup software, the disk includes additional supporting programs such as:

  • baobab
  • chntpw
  • cryptsetup
  • drivereset
  • Chromium
  • fsarchiver
  • geany
  • gnome-disk-utility
  • gparted
  • grsync
  • hdparm
  • lshw-gtk
  • partclone
  • partimage
  • photorec
  • rsync
  • scp
  • smartctl
  • ssh
  • testdisk

The SourceForge project page is still active. According to the modification date from the files tab no updates have been made since version 1.0.4 released on November 20, 2012.

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