Clonezilla LiveCD 2.3.2-10
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What's new in Clonezilla LiveCD 2.3.2-10:
- The underlying GNU/Linux operating system was upgraded. This release is based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2015/Jan/27).
- Package drbl was updated to 2.13.3-drbl1, and clonezilla was updated to 3.13.17-drbl1.
- A file "dev-fs.list" containing device and file system list is added to Clonezilla image.
- Packages refit and gptsync were removed because they are not in Debian repository anymore.
- LICENSE TYPE:
- GPL (GNU General Public License)
- OUR RATING:
- DEVELOPED BY:
- Steven Shiau
- USER RATING:
- ROOT \ Linux Distributions
Supports many file systems
Clonezilla LiveCD supports the following file systems: Btrfs, EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, ReiserFS, Reiser4, XFS, JFS, FAT12/16/32, NTFS, HFS+, UFS, minix, VMFS3 and VMFS5. In addition, both MBR (Master Boot Record) and GPT (GUID Partition Table) partition tables are supported by Clonezilla, which is distributed as Live CD ISO images, supporting both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures, and PAE (Physical Address Extension).
LVM2 is also supported
Unlike the G4U (Ghost for UNIX) or G4L (Ghost for Linux) projects, Clonezilla only uses blocks in hard disk drivers, which are saved and restored, increasing the efficiency of the entire cloning process. LVM2 is also supported, as well as unicast and multicast in the PXEBoot version, which is suitable for batch hard drive cloning tasks. Remote cloning of hard drives is also possible with the Clonezilla Live CD.
Distributed as Live CDs
In order to run Clonezilla LiveCD, you will need to burn the ISO image to a blank CD or deploy it on a USB flash drive with a dedicated utility, such as Unetbootin. It runs only in live mode and it can’t be installed. It can be used to clone almost any known operating system, including any Linux distribution, any BSD distribution (FreeBSD, OpenBSD, NetBSD), Minix, Microsoft Windows, VMWare ESX, as well as Intel-based Mac OS.
Live CD boot options
When you first start the Clonezilla LiveCD, it will display five options. The first one, named “Clonezilla live,” is the default selection and the one that should be used by anyone. The “Other modes of Clonezilla live,” is the second option, and it allows users to start the Live CD with a different resolution than the default option, start the entire system in RAM, ejecting the live media, as well as to use the safe graphics settings and failsafe modes.
The third option, “Local operating system in harddrive (if available)” can be used to boot the operating system that is currently installed on the respective machine. With the “Memtest & FreeDOS” option you will be able to test your computer’s RAM (system memory) and access the FreeDOS DOS-compatible operating system. Finally, the last option will allow you to boot an operating system over the network via iPXE (Preboot Execution Environment).
Clonezilla LiveCD was reviewed by Marius Nestor, last updated on January 27th, 2015