Backup Data From Linux Partition Using Windows
There are times that I am thinking of trying Linux on one of the computers in our house since it can freely be downloaded from the web unlike Microsoft Windows which costs a lot. But the only problem that I am thinking is its compatibility with the software that I use since most of what I have are all for Microsoft Windows.
Since you want to find some backup solutions for Linux try one of these backup software:
- Fwbackups – Diffingo Solutions Inc. | fwbackups – this backup solution has a friendly user interface, can do single backup task, schedule recurring backups, and is cross-platform that supports Linux, and Microsoft Windows. When installing on Windows, make sure to read the installation procedure because other components of the software can’t be installed in a single task because of export restrictions. A necessary module needs to be installed separately so fwbackups can function correctly.
- Bacula® – Bacula.org | Bacula® – The Open Source Network Backup Solution – this is one of the most powerful backup solution for Linux although it is not the easiest one to configure and use.