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Programming Languages

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Bill | Fri, 26 Sep 2014 16:21:21 UTC

"Python, one of the modern interpreted languages, along with Perl, Ruby, and others, is an appropriate tool with which to replace shell scripts." Really?


MICHAEL J. REEVES | Thu, 13 Jan 2011 22:07:28 UTC

I have recently converted an AMD/ATI Radeon-based laptop to LINUX. One of the nicer features of MS Windows 7 Professional is the ability to create a backup ISO-image of the HDD for restoration later. What I haven't found is a similar backup package for UNIX/LINUX? Someone recommended "CloneZilla", but during testing, it failed to restore the HDD. As this laptop is for testing and experimentation, not a big deal, but....

Suggestions.

TIA, MJR


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