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Performing a Backup and Recovery (Ubuntu Linux)

This document pertains to HP Pavilion notebook computers with Ubuntu Linux.

Backing up files in Ubuntu Linux using Deja Dup Backup Tool

You should back up your computer files on a regular schedule to maintain a current backup. You can manually back up your information to an optional external drive, a network drive, discs, or the Ubuntu One Web site. You can also back up to cloud storage services provided by various companies. For a small fee, they will keep your backup for you. A cloud service is recommended, since it is an easy way to keep your backups off-site and safe.
Back up your system at the following times:
  • At regularly scheduled times
  • Before the computer is repaired or restored
  • Before you add or modify hardware or software
Be sure you have designated a location to save the backup files before you back up your information.
Remarque :
Ubuntu One requires you to create an account in order to back up your files. Enter your email address and password into the account sign-in boxes and follow the on-screen instructions to complete the sign-in process.
To back up your home directory files to the Ubuntu One Web site using the Deja Dup Backup Tool:
  1. Click the System menu icon at the far right of the top panel. Click System Settings, and then click Backup.
  2. Select Folders from the panel on the left side of the window, and choose the folders to back up.
  3. Select Storage from the panel on the left side of the window, click the down-arrow next to Backup Location, and select Ubuntu One from the drop-down list.
  4. Select Overview from the panel on the left side of the window, and then click Back Up Now.
To restore backup files:
  1. Click the System menu icon at the far right of the top panel. Click System Settings, and then click Backup.
  2. Click Restore, select the location of the backup files and the folder name, and then click Forward.
  3. Under Restore from When?, select the date of the files to be restored, and then click Forward.
  4. Select the location and folder where the files are to be restored, and then click Forward.
  5. Follow the instructions on the screen.
  6. Click Restore to start restoring the files, or click Cancel to cancel the operation.

Creating restore media in Ubuntu Linux using Deja Dup Restore Tool

The Deja Dup Restore Tool allows you to repair or restore the computer to its original factory state. You can create an image restore DVD using a CD/DVD drive. You can also create a restore image on a USB storage device. HP recommends that you create restore media to prevent the loss of data in case of a system failure.

Creating restore DVDs in Ubuntu Linux using Deja Dup Restore Tool

The restore creation software creates a set of system restore discs using blank, writable DVDs (DVD-R or DVD+R). HP recommends using blank DVD+R discs from a manufacturer you trust. You need approximately 3 blank DVD+R discs. The program states how many discs are needed at the beginning of the process.
To create restore DVDs:
  1. Click the System menu icon at the far right of the top panel. Click System Settings, and then click Backup.
  2. Select Storage from the panel on the left side of the window, click the down-arrow next to Backup Location, and select DVD from the drop-down list.
  3. Select Overview from the panel on the left side of the window, and then click Back Up Now.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Creating a restore image on a USB device in Ubuntu Linux using Deja Dup Restore Tool

The restore creation software creates a set of system restore discs using a USB device. Verify the exact amount of free space on your storage device before you begin the creation process. For most models, you will need at least 8 GB of free space on the storage device. However, depending on the drivers and software installed on your computer, you may need slightly more than 8 GB of space. HP recommends that you use a device with at least 16 GB of space for best results.
To create the restore image:
  1. Be sure AC power is connected to the computer.
  2. Insert your USB device into the USB port on the computer.
  3. Click the System menu icon at the far right of the top panel. Click System Settings, and then click Backup.
  4. Select Storage from the panel on the left side of the window, click the down-arrow next to Backup Location, and select USB device from the drop-down list.
    If the USB device is not listed in the drop-down list, select Local Folder, and then click Choose Folder. Select USB device from the panel on the left side of the Choose Folder window, and click OK.
  5. Select Overview from the panel on the left side of the window, and then click Backup Now.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions.

Performing recovery using the restore media

The following procedure uses the F11 BIOS Recovery feature to perform the recovery.
  Attention :
Performing a system restore completely erases hard drive contents and reformats the hard drive. All files you have created and any software installed on the computer are permanently removed. The recovery tool reinstalls the original operating system, programs, and drivers that were installed at the factory. Software, drivers, and updates not installed at the factory must be manually reinstalled. Personal files must be restored from a backup.
To perform a recovery:
  1. If possible, back up all personal files.
  2. Shut down the computer.
  3. Be sure the restore DVD or USB device is connected to the computer.
  4. Restart the computer.
  5. Using the arrow keys, select Recovery, and then press enter.
  6. Follow the on-screen instructions.

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