Software Update: Clonezilla 3.0.2-21

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Clonezilla is an open source program for creating disk images. It is possible, among other things, to make backups of partitions or the entire hard disk, or a copy of a hard disk: a so-called clone. Clonezilla is therefore an open source variant of Macrium Reflect and Acronis True Image. The whole thing is based on a Debian distribution and it uses DRBL, Partclone and udpcast. Clonezilla live is intended for single computers, while with Clonezilla server and SE can image up to 40 computers simultaneously. With version number 3.0.2-21, a new stable release of Clonezilla has been released and the changelog of that version looks like this:

Enhancements and changes

  • The underlying GNU/Linux operating system was upgraded. This release is based on the Debian Sid repository (as of 2022/Nov/3).
  • Linux kernel was updated to 6.0.6-2.
  • Language files de_DE, el_GR.UTF-8, es_ES, fr_FR, ja_JP, pl_PL, sk_SK, and tr_TR were updated. Thanks to Michael Vinzenz, Stamatis Mavrogiorgis, Juan Ramón Martínez, Jean-Francois Nifenecker, Akira Yoshiyama, Ondrej Dzivý Balucha, Kris and Volkan Gezer.
  • Show options “-k0” and “-k1” in the restoring action for beginner mode in the ocs-onthefly.
  • Include package ufw in live system.
  • Disable glances service in live system.
  • Add option “-sfs” in the dialog menu. The corresponding language files were updated, too. Ref:

Bug fixes

  • /etc/default/espeakup has changed its variable, so modify default_voice instead of VOICE.

Version number 3.0.2-21
Release status Final
Website Clonezilla
License type GPL
DebianMacriumMacrium ReflectSESoftware