TimeShift is a system restore utility which takes incremental snapshots of the system using rsync and hard-links. These snapshots can be restored at a later date to undo all changes that were made to the system after the snapshot was taken. Snapshots can be taken manually or at regular intervals using scheduled jobs.
sudo apt-add-repository -y ppa:teejee2008/ppa
sudo aptitude update
sudo aptitude install timeshift
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All questions Latest questions
Why does the app need 3x the space of my system drive for initial image?
Posted on 2016-04-20
Question about cloning system
Posted on 2016-01-21
my system has /var on a seperate device. Is there some way to add it to the s...
Posted on 2015-10-18
How can I free disk space again after stop using Timeshift?
Posted on 2013-10-12
All bugs Latest bugs reported
Bug #1535718: On boot a warning pops up explaining that it needs to be run as sudo
Reported on 2016-01-19
Bug #1516255: Unable to launch due to symbol lookup error
Reported on 2015-11-14
Bug #1509002: Giant log files >5GB in /var/log/timeshift/
Reported on 2015-10-22
Bug #1495155: Ttimeshift.run will not install on ubuntu 13.1 32bit0
Reported on 2015-09-12
Bug #1463879: timeshift loops forever when mounting mdadm root device
Reported on 2015-06-10