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Systemback Alternatives for Linux

There are many alternatives to Systemback for Linux and since it's discontinued a lot of people are looking for a replacement. The best Linux alternative is TimeShift, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to Systemback and 16 are available for Linux so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Linux alternatives to Systemback are Déjà Dup, Back In Time, Duplicacy and rdiff-backup.

Systemback alternatives are mainly System Restore Tools but may also be Disk Imaging Tools or Disk Cloning Tools. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Systemback.
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  • FreeOpen Source
  • Linux

Simple system backup and restore application with extra features.

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    TimeShift

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    TimeShift for Linux is an application that provides functionality similar to the System Restore feature in Windows and Time Machine tool in Mac OS. TimeShift protects your system by taking incremental snapshots of file system at regular intervals.

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    Déjà Dup

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    Déjà Dup is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of doing backups the Right Way (encrypted, off-site, and regularly) and uses Duplicity as the backend.

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    Back In Time

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    Back In Time is a simple backup tool for Linux, inspired by "FlyBack project".

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    Duplicacy

    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux

    Duplicacy is a new generation local and cloud backup tool that supports cross-computer deduplication. It is free for personal use and source code is available to commercial users.

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    rdiff-backup

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows
    • Linux

    rdiff-backup backs up one directory to another, possibly over a network. The target directory ends up a copy of the source directory, but extra reverse diffs are stored in a special subdirectory of that target directory, so you can still recover files lost some time ago.

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    Rsnapshot

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Mac
    • Linux

    rsnapshot is a rsync based backup utillity, providing filesystem snapshot functionality. It can take incremental snapshots of local and remote filesystems for any number of machines.

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    Cronopete

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    Cronopete is a backup utility for Linux, modeled after Apple's Time Machine. It aims to simplify the creation of periodic backups.

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    FSArchiver

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    FSArchiver is a system tool that allows you to save the contents of a file system to a compressed archive file. The file system can be restored on a partition which has a different size and it can be restored on a different file system.

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    penguins-eggs

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Linux

    penguins-eggs is a console utility, in active development, who let you to remaster your system and redistribuite it as iso images or from the lan via PXE remote boot.

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  10. fwbackups

    • FreeOpen Source
    • Windows
    • Linux

    fwbackups is a feature-rich user backup program that allows you to backup your documents anytime, anywhere. It is completely free to download and use without any sort of trial or restrictions.

    Discontinued

    The program is no longer updated. Last version, 1.43.4, released in December 2010, can be still downloaded from the official website.

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