Linux

Manually create the /mms directory and make sure the /tmp is not mounted with the "noexec" option

Use "soft,nolock" options to mount an NFS share from Acronis Bootable Media

How to have Acronis Startup Recovery Manager and GRUB or LILO at the same time

The Acronis True Image Echo products work both with Linux and Windows file systems

Acronis True Image errors out with "Unable to create volume snapshot" when backing up volumes of over 4 TB in size in Linux

The list of operating systems Acronis True Image Echo products run on

Linux detects capitalization in the names of files/folders and treats them as different entities, whereas Windows treats them as the same entities

Trying to append an incremental or differential backup in Windows/Linux to the one created from Acronis Bootable Media will produce a full backup. The same is true for a vice versa operation

Acronis True Image restores LVM volumes as non-LVM partitions. You will need to take extra steps to make the restored system bootable. You can also restore LVM volumes to prepared LVMs

Acronis Agent allows you to perform disk-level and file-level backup in Windows; it can also convert disk-level backup to a virtual machine, and has an add-on for Hyper-V

Acronis Agent for Linux allows you to perform disk-level and file-level backup in Linux; it can also convert disk-level backup to a virtual machine

This article describes why it may not be possible to connect to Acronis Agent for Linux installed on Debian x64. The article also provides a solution for that.

Remove the logical volume manually before restoring a disk image on a volume group

Acronis Agent for Linux can only be installed locally

Download and install the latest build of Acronis Backup & Recovery 10 to solve the issue

Graphical User Interface (GUI) of the product will not work in Linux if there is no XRender extension

By deleting the ".meta" folder you remove the meta information about the backup

Limitations on LVM support in Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux

For disaster recovery and system migration in both physical and virtual environments, Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server delivers greater flexibility and value for networked servers in the corporate enterprises

Brief description of Acronis Snap Deploy 3 for PCs and Acronis Snap Deploy 3 for Servers

How to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux from a *.i686 file. What to do if there is a "Permission denied" error message, when trying to install Acronis True Image Server for Linux.

How to install Linux on the system with Acronis OS Selector

Current SNAPAPI module of Acronis True Image Echo Server for Linux and Acronis True Image Echo Enterprise Server Linux Agent cannot be compiled on Ubuntu 8.04 and higher

Removing Acronis True Image, its components and related files and folders from Linux

How to create a dual boot system that has both Windows and Linux operating systems

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