This question answers the question of how I use an external computer to create a backup of my RPi. I'm wondering whether I can create a backup image of the SD card that is currently in use, and ...
I'd like to have a computer at home that I rsync my files to from anywhere, preferably at any time I choose. The daily volume of data will rarely exceed 100M. It needs to be cheap and easy to replace, ...
I would like to use my RPi partly as a home file-server. I'm currently using a desktop for the same task. For instance, all of my family's pictures and home videos are on the file-server; but only a ...
I want to connect an external Hard-drive (1TB) to my Raspberry Pi. However I want to do the following: 1) Partition 500GB for backing-up using "Time Machine" 2) Partition 250GB for general use for ...
I want to backup my running Raspberry Pi to an SD card which is connected via an USB card reader. As far as I understand, the device name of the onboard SD card in /dev is brw-rw---T 1 root 179, 0 ...
I've seen this question on how to backup a SD-card. It's the same solution I would come up myself, that is basically dd if=/dev/blabla of=/home/user/some_file.img. But my question is if using the ...
If I try to overclock my Pi, I want to go up to the point where the Pi won't boot anymore, or won't be stable enough. At this point, I want to come back to the latest known good settings for the ...
Possible Duplicate: How do I backup my Raspberry Pi? While messing around with my RPi it likely that I'm going to want to revert to a previous position (but not revertingall the way back to ...
I have been writing programs for my RasPi (running Debian) for a few weeks now, and would like to make sure I protect the work I have done. How can I backup the files I have created? Can I simply ...