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There are several tools available for cloning a hard drive.

Below I have listed several, and in categories for Dos/Windows and Linux -- but I'm not sure how meaningful that distinction is -- maybe it's more which OS the tools themselves run under -- they might very well be capable of cloning hard drives containing partitions for a variety of operating systems.

At the present time, I don't know which tools can handle which OSs -- as I learn more (or you the reader know more) we should update this page.

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Table Codes

_ = (I) don't know
B = beta
N = no
Y = yes
X = experimental

<add more columns as required -- might have to surround the table with verbatim tags as it gets bigger -- but watch -- that might break links??>

Run Under Linux

Tool ext2 ext3 XFS JFS Reiser Fat16 Fat32 NTFS Comments
dd Y Y _ _ _ _ _ _
parted Y Y _ _ _ Y Y _
Partition Image Y Y B B Y Y Y X and more (GPL)
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

Run Under Dos / Windows (or Unknown)

Tool ext2 ext3 XFS JFS Reiser Fat16 Fat32 NTFS Comments
Drive Image _ _ _ _ _ Y Y _
Norton Ghost _ _ _ _ _ Y Y _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

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  • () RandyKramer - 18 Feb 2003
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