Does anyone have a backup solution that will provide a bootable backup of elementary juno on the regular?
Coming from mac, I remember the days before time machine, and they were not pretty.
In short, my preferred strategy would allow me to:
Every morning boot yesterday's bootable backup and begin working. This way, I immediately know, for certain, whether yesterday's backup is viable.
Otherwise, one ends up needing to restore one day and realizes that, for some reason, the latest backup is not booting.
I have tried:
- Deja Backup
- Back in Time
Clonezilla is the only one that will provide a bootable clone, but that said I was not able to boot the clone I made.
I feel like Clonezilla is the way, but could use some company trying determine the best method of using it.
My guess is that someone reading is the lead admin at a lab running elementary on a bunch of machines and has this method on lock- and may be even netboot to boot... to boot.