How to Use Timeshift to Backup and Restore Your Linux System

Advisories

Discover How To Learn Tips And Tricks HOWTOs

How to Use Timeshift to Backup and Restore Your Linux System

7.Locks HexConnections

Setting up a system snapshot utility like Timeshift will make restoring your Linux system to any previous state a lot easier for you. Here's how this can be done.

Being an operating system that's highly customizable and relies heavily on CLI interactions, Linux is susceptible to system failures caused by incorrect commands or system operations. So if you use Linux on your main computer, you may frequently encounter problems.

Fortunately, there are system restoration tools that create snapshots of your files and settings, which you can restore on your system to put it back to its previous functioning point in case any of your operations renders it unusable.

Comments (0)

There are no comments posted here yet

We use cookies to provide and improve our services. By using our site, you consent to our Cookie Policy.