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Getting backups on Samba [^]

What if you don't have a spare local disk or partition or a USB disk? How will you be able to get a backup of your system? Well, if your PC is on the same LAN with another PC running Windows (or linux), you can use Samba to save your image file on that remote PC (which we will call Samba server from now on).

Using Samba you will be able to mount a Windows share resource (or Samba share resource), from within Clonezilla Live, and save the image file there. Then you can boot that PC using SystemRescueCD and create a restore DVD.

-In this page I will demonstrate the creation of an image file by getting a backup of my Windows partition (/dev/hda1). The image file will be save in my Samba server which is my laptop (ip: 10.0.0.2, Windows share resource name: data). +In this page I will demonstrate the creation of an image file by getting a backup of my second disk (/dev/hdb). The image file will be save in my Samba server which is my laptop (ip: 10.0.0.3, Windows share resource name: all_my_images).

What is Samba? [^]

We read at http://us1.samba.org/samba/: