hi! i want to ask if theres a linux distro have a System Restore like Windows? THANK YOU....
It depend what system restore functionality you are looking for.
if you want a recovery disk you can use boot to fix issues, then that is possible from any linux based live disk.
If you want a backup feature, then there are several options, a vague google search should point you to many options, but a few are listed at http://www.junauza.com/2009/01/7-best-freeopen-source-backup-software.html
hi! i want to ask if theres a linux distro have a [b]System Restore like Windows? [/b] THANK YOU....
You talk about this kind of system restore: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System_Restore ?
There is other tools for backups such as dump / restore etc.
First hit on Google says NO :
Dude, that's plain *WRONG*
A system restore in linux is as easy as:
Create "mount point":
tar cvvf backup.tar /
tar xvf backup.tar
You just need to do that from a livecd and you are ready to go with a *real* "mount point" working.
That's obviously "killing flies with bazookas" but it *is* a system restore ;)
From there you can think of different solutions to your needs.