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  • ghost4linux (g4l - http://sourceforge.net/projects/g4l/) is a live CD that will permit you to 'ghost' nearly any storage devices. That said, there are many ways to 'ghost' your HD, but g4l is probably one of the easiest and includes a number of options for where to store the resulting image.

    Answered by Mark Zanfardino
    One year ago
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  • Look for clonezilla with your favorite search engine. You can find it separately or bundled with systemrescuecd?

    You create boot media -- dvd or stick. Boot the media and clone drives or partitions ad nauseum.

    Answered by Dan Saint-Andre
    One year ago
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