The Acronis Backup GUI has been tested on and proved to be fully compatible with the following Linux X window managers:

Installation of Acronis Agent for Linux fails with "Segmentation Fault". To fix this issue, transfer the installation files with WinSCP or via Samba share

Additional parameters that can be applied prior to booting Linux kernel

Acronis True Image 2016 supports these operating systems:

  • Windows 10 (all editions)
  • Windows 8.1 (all editions)
  • Windows 8 (all editions)
  • Windows 7 SP1 (all editions)
  • Windows XP SP3 (32-bit) with limitations*
  • Windows Home Server 2011
  • OS X El Capitan 10.11
  • OS X Yosemite 10.10
  • OS X Mavericks 10.9

Acronis True Image 2016 supports these mobile operating systems:

If there is an issue with backing up to NAS, provide access credentials

You need configure the system restored to dissimilar hardware before you can boot it

If there is an issue with backing up a NAS unit, try using shorter folder names

Disk/Volume backup fails with:

The SnapAPI kernel module is not loaded for the kernel currently running on the system.

How to create a Linux System Report

Table of trial limitations of Acronis products

This article gives description of how backup archives are compatible with different versions of Acronis backup software

This article explains to install Acronis software on Linux systems without installing packages required for compiling SnapAPI module on every machine. Instead, it's possible to install Acronis agent on a test machine and distribute precompiled module over your systems.


On the source machine:

1. Build SnapAPI modules:

File systems supported by Acronis True Image in Windows and Mac environments

The ext4 file system support has been implemented in the following products: