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Do NOT expect the created backup to be useful for system recovery if you ignore this warning.
Available Modules in current System:
Modules added to Rescue System:
Modules are sorted in the order they were loaded.
Rear output:
Finished. You are strongly advised to test the created backup.
<p>Decide how to start your <b>Recovery System</b>. Choose USB if you want to boot from an USB stick, or ISO for CD-ROM respectively.</p>
<p>Choose where the <b>Backup</b> should be stored. Select NFS if you have to use a server that offers Network File System. Please specify the location as follows: <tt>nfs://hostname/directory</tt>. You can also choose USB to store your backup on an USB stick or USB disk.</p>
<p>If no USB devices are shown, attach an USB stick or an USB disk and click <b>Rescan USB Devices</b>.</p>
<p>Select <b>Keep old backup</b> if you don't want the previous backup copy to be overwritten.</p>
<p>The <b>Advanced</b> menu offers to add <b>additional directories to the backup</b> and <b>additional kernel modules to the rescue system</b>. That's only useful if your backup doesn't contain all the needed directories or the rescue system doesn't boot due to missing kernel modules.</p>
<p>The <b>Save and run rear now</b> button runs rear and shows rear's output. <strong>Make sure to test if the created backup works as expected on your system!</strong></p>
<p><b>OK</b> saves the configuration and quits while <b>Cancel</b> closes the configuration dialog without saving.<p>
Additional programs in the rescue system:
Additional files to be copied into the rescue system:
Removal of malformed post recovery scripts:
Additional post recovery scripts:
You might end up in an unusable backup if you don't accept this.
Additional Kernel Modules in Rescue System
Required Programs