Download _HOT_ Rescuezilla X64 Iso
Download the 64-bit version of Rescuezilla: rescuezilla-2.3.1-64bit.impish.iso (recommended). There is also an alternative Rescuezilla v2.3.1 ISO image based on the Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal) long-term support release: rescuezilla-2.3.1-64bit.focal.iso which on some machines may be able to boot more reliably than the recommended Ubuntu 21.10 (Impish) release above.
Download Rescuezilla x64 iso
sha256sum:23199ec2594a760b0022947b25e7522d2e62ed78263f2bdce6d5a50370489756 rescuezilla-2.3.1-64bit.impish.isod0e02196688069c4919cb23024d35b3b9bebbd7ae7c26485227c4e8877aad09d rescuezilla-2.3.1-64bit.focal.iso
Download the 64-bit version of Rescuezilla: rescuezilla-2.3.1-64bit.impish.iso (recommended). The 32-bit version (for computers made before 2006) will be back next release. Use balenaEtcher to flash the image to a USB drive, reboot your PC and boot from USB. If you would like to see the project continue, please consider supporting the project on Patreon.
sha256sum:6ca966aa9974779f41a71640a3ebeac3cf430f5a96e9065f92f5baa3d627bd41 rescuezilla-2.2-64bit.hirsute.isoba25d4470f6d4cc111e67a4efe2cd71b3c5ef29b9469f426bb6cbbeca49318a5 rescuezilla-2.2-64bit.focal.iso
Download the 64-bit version of Rescuezilla: rescuezilla-2.1.3-64bit.groovy.iso (recommended). The 32-bit version (for computers made before 2006) will be back at some point. Use balenaEtcher to flash the image to a USB drive, reboot your PC and boot from USB. If you would like to see the project continue, please consider supporting the project on Patreon.
sha256sum:8330af6e2bd2e53100d2f08d19f6ac7345224760154401a1cd121d6e4d253326 rescuezilla-2.1.2-64bit.groovy.iso934b290196ebbd8ae47bde56d41c5d11bfadd7812e39b16e2807501e6a1ca053 rescuezilla-2.1.2-64bit.focal.iso
You can download Rescuezilla 1.0.6 from the following links and check it out in action in the screenshot gallery below. The next release, Rescuezilla 1.0.7, is expected to arrive in fall as a major upgrade featuring the ability to restore individual partitions and support for backing up and restoring disks in the Clonezilla image format.
Are you unsure about where to get Etcher? Head over to the official website. Once there, download the app, launch it and install it on your computer via the instructions on the page. Then, follow the step-by-step instructions below to create a Rescuezilla live USB.
First of all, you have to download the RescueZilla ISO file. The ISO file is available on its official website, rescuezilla.com. After downloading the ISO file, you need software that converts a Pen Drive into a bootable Pen Drive using the RescueZilla ISO file. BalenaEtcher is one of the free software that lets you create a Bootable Pen Drive. You will get the download link of BalenaEtcher on the RescueZilla official website.After visiting the BalenaEtcher website, download its portable version by clicking on the drop-down next to the download button. The benefit of downloading the portable version is that you need not install it on your computer. Now, run the BalenaEtcher software and follow the steps below:if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[300,250],'thewindowsclub_com-banner-1','ezslot_8',663,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-thewindowsclub_com-banner-1-0');Connect your Pen Drive to your computer.Click on the Flash from drive button.Select the RescueZilla ISO file from your computer.Click on the Select Target button and select your Pen Drive from the list.Now, click Flash.BalenaEtcher will take some time to convert your Pen Drive into the bootable Pen Drive using the RescueZilla ISO file. After the process gets completed, you will see the Flash Complete message on your screen (see the above screenshot). You will also get a prompt to format the Pen Drive. Do not format your Pen Drive. Click Cancel. Now, close the BalenaEtcher software and shut down your computer.Now, the next step is to boot your computer from the bootable Pen Drive that you have just created. Computers of different brands have a different key to boot from Pen Drive. You can check this on the official website of your computer manufacturer. Or you can change the boot order in the BIOS. Do note that, if you change the boot order in your BIOS, your computer will always boot from the Pen Drive. In this case, revert the changes after you create a backup of your computer using RescueZilla. It will be better if you click a photo of the boot order of your computer before changing it.On booting from your Pen Drive, you will see an interface to select the language. The default language is English. If you want RescueZilla in another language, select your language and then select Start RescueZilla. If you do nothing on this screen, RescueZilla will start automatically after a few seconds in the English language.if(typeof ez_ad_units!='undefined')ez_ad_units.push([[728,90],'thewindowsclub_com-large-leaderboard-2','ezslot_6',819,'0','0']);__ez_fad_position('div-gpt-ad-thewindowsclub_com-large-leaderboard-2-0');After booting from the Pen Drive, you will see the interface of Linux (see the above screenshot). Now, you are in the Linux ecosystem. Therefore, the Windows commands will not work here.Connect an external hard disk and click on the RescueZilla shortcut on the desktop to launch RescueZilla. After that, you will see the RescueZilla interface. Now, click on the Backup button. After that, RescieZilla will take a few seconds to scan all the hard disks (internal and external). After scanning, it shows you the list of all available hard disks. If you do not see your external hard disk, close RescueZilla, disconnect your hard disk, wait for a few minutes, and reconnect your hard disk. Now, launch RescueZilla again.Now, you will be guided through the step-by-step wizard to create a backup of your computer. In the first step, RescueZilla will ask you to select a drive to backup. Select your hard drive from the hard drives shown in the list and click Next.If your hard disk has partitions, on the next screen, RescueZilla will ask you to select the partition to create a backup for that partition. By default, all the partitions are selected. If you want to backup a particular partition, you can select only that partition and deselect the rest of them. After selecting the partition(s), click Next.Step 3 is to select the targeted drive or the destination drive to save the backup. Here, you have to select the external hard disk to save your backup. RescueZilla also gives you an option to save the backup on the Network Drive. If you want to do so, select Shared over a Network and then enter the required details. When you are done, click Next.
To download the 64-bit version of Rescuezilla: rescuezilla-2.1.1-64bit.groovy.iso is recommended. The 32-bit version (for computers made before 2006, you can use balenaEtcher to flash the image to a USB drive, reboot your PC and boot from USB.
After downloading, write the hybrid image to either an optical data carrier or a USB stick, depending on the application. Note that the current version of Rescuezilla is designed to back up entire mass media; therefore the target device needs sufficient free capacity for the backup.
There are two ways you can use Rescuezilla. The first is the traditional method of downloading the ISO, burning the ISO to a USB drive, booting the USB drive, and using the included tools to back up or restore your data. The tool also allows you to easily clone one drive to another, which makes for an outstanding method of rescuing your data from a failing server. The Rescuezilla GUI is straightforward enough that just about anyone can successfully back up data or clone a drive.
Go to the official download page to download Clonezilla for Windows 10/11. You need to select the CPU architecture, file type and repository to download the right version for Clonezilla Windows 10/11 cloning.
It exists for the 32-bit i386 and x86_64 architectures. The latest version is based on Ubuntu 20.10 "Groovy" which is now the main and only version on the download page and this one only seems to be available for 64-bit. At the end of last year the project also offered a version based on Ubuntu LTS "Focal Fossa". The image rescuezilla-2.1.3-64bit.groovy.iso is 885 MB. The project inherits its use of systemd from Ubuntu.
The process is then described as download, write image to USB, Reboot, Enjoy. This was easy enough, the image was written to a USB stick and booted up without problems. The first screen presents us with the opportunity to switch language to one of six supported and then to start Rescuezilla from the medium or copy to RAM first. We can also check the image for errors while it was copied and perform a memory test. Pretty standard stuff so far. The system is dropping us in super user mode.
I had a very specific reason to download and try this so I'll stick to my case and what I had wanted a rescue tool for, which was to restore Grub2 to the MBR of my hard drive after it got wiped by some distro hopping.
One might also do just as well with a copy of Puppy Linux or Porteus depending on the tools required and there'll be less to download. In hindsight Super Grub2 Disk would have been enough as I found out but it would be nice to have all this in one package. Including the option to restore a boot loader wouldn't exactly bloat it up much more.
To address these limitations, we have combined Debian Live with Clonezilla as "Clonezilla Live," a software that can be used to easily image and clone individual machines. The primary benefit of Clonezilla Live is that it eliminates the need to set up a DRBL server ahead of time and the need for the computer being deployed to boot from a network. Clonezilla Live can be used to image or clone individual computers using a CD/DVD or USB flash drive. Though the image size is limited by the boot media's storage capacity, this problem can be eliminated by using a network filesystem such as sshfs or samba.2. How to install Clonezilla Live ? To install Clonezilla live, the basic steps are to download pre-build Clonezilla Live then put it in a boot media (CD, USB flash drive or USB hard drive). Two types of files are available, iso and zip. The former one is for CD, the latter is for USB flash drive. Besides, you can put Clonezilla live on hard drive or PXE server, too. For CD/DVD: Download an ISO file for CD/DVD. Then you can burn the iso file to a CD/DVD with any burnning program, such K3b on GNU/Linux or InfraRecorder on MS Windows, and remeber to choose "Burn Image" to burn the ISO file on the CD. The CD can then be used to boot the machine you want to image or clone. The step-by-step doc about using InfraRecorder to create Clonezilla live CD could be found here.For USB flash drive or USB hard drive: To put Clonezilla live on a USB flash drive or USB hard drive, check this doc. For hard drive: To put Clonezilla live on a harddrive with OS installed already, check this doc. For PXE server: To put Clonezilla live on a PXE server and boot your client via PXE, check this doc. If you are interested in creating the Clonezilla live iso or zip file from scratch, check this doc. //New for creating Clonezilla live 2.x!//.3. How to use Clonezilla live ?Please refer to this doc for more details.4. Accounts In Clonezilla live, two accounts are available: (1) account "user" with sudo privilege, password is "live", (2) administration account "root", no password. Therefore you can not login as root, the only way to get root privilege is to login as user, and run "sudo -i" or "sudo su -" to become root. For better security, it is recommended to change the passwords of user and root by command "passwd" before you allow remote access. When Clonezilla live boots, the ssh service is NOT automatically started, and the setting in /etc/hosts.deny does NOT block any connection. If you want to remotely ssh login into your Clonezilla live, you have to start ssh service by "service ssh start".5. Advanced modes Some advanced modes are available: Create your own recovery CD or USB flash drive. Use your own script and run it on clonezilla live. Use boot parameters to pre-set some selections The reserved image and device names for the command ocs-sr 041b061a72