partimage package in Ubuntu

partimage: backup partitions into a compressed image file
partimage-dbgsym: debug symbols for partimage
partimage-server: server to use partimage across a network
partimage-server-dbgsym: debug symbols for partimage-server

This package has 4 new bugs and 0 open questions.

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Debian QA Group
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Partimage-ng is a disk and partition imaging program. It allows you to create exact images of single partitions or whole drives (including partition tables so you don't need to recreate them manually). Partimage-ng does its job by manipulating the low level filesystem structures and saving only the used filesystem data blocks (sometimes referred to as clusters). Thus partimage-ng needs to "understand" the layout of the filesystem it is trying to create an image of. Currently it supports ext2, ext3, linux-swap, NTFS, and FAT32 (but not FAT16) filesystems.

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There are no registered releases for the partimage-ng ⇒ trunk.

Noble (active development)
0.6.9-11 release (universe)
The Mantic Minotaur (current stable release)
0.6.9-10 release (universe)
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0.6.9-8build1 release (universe)
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0.6.9-7build1 release (universe)
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0.6.9-6build1 release (universe)
The Xenial Xerus (supported)
0.6.8-2.2ubuntu1 release (universe)
The Trusty Tahr (supported)
0.6.8-2.2ubuntu1 release (universe)