List of operating systems Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 components support

Acronis Backup & Recovery and Acronis True Image Home support Blu-ray Discs

Description of the Acronis Universal Restore for Linux add-on

Only older versions of Acronis products support VIA C3 processors

How to install Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 Server for Linux

This article looks at troubleshooting GUI performance issues with Acronis products.

In general, performance is constantly being optimized, so updating to the latest build is always recommended for the best performance

Hit CTRL-V to insert the serial license into the installation wizard

Download Linux components from Acronis website

How to collect logs of SnapAPI drivers in Linux

This article describes peculiarities of backing up to removable devices

This article applies to:

  • Acronis Backup 11.5 (Acronis Backup & Recovery 11.5)
  • Acronis Backup & Recovery 11 Build 17437 or higher

By a removable device, we mean an RDX drive or USB flash drive. A USB hard disk drive is not considered to be a removable device unless it is recognized as such by the operating system.

Description of the Wake-on-LAN technology implemented in Acronis Backup Advanced

Create two separate tasks if you are planning to back up local and network folders

Troubleshooting issues with Wake-on-LAN in Acronis Backup Advanced

This article explains the general concept of archives and backups as realized in Acronis Backup & Recovery, and how one can resume previous backups into the same archive

Tape write block size cannot be adjusted in Acronis Backup Advanced 11.5

This article describes how to change the time zone on vCDA machine.

List of file systems Acronis True Image Home 2010 supports

The operation fails because the archive meta information is damaged or missing. Run vault validation to fix the issue

Acronis Snap Deploy 5 licensing is based on the number of deployed and/or managed computers. License types are different in terms of the operating system to deploy and in terms of number of allowed deployments.

In terms of the operating system you can deploy, you can have a workstation or server license:

To upgrade from Acronis Storage 2.4 to Acronis Software-Defined Infrastructure 2.5, follow this guide:

The document describes manual update for Acronis Storage v. 2.x and all the additional components to the latest available update of Acronis Storage 2.4 and how to update Acronis Software-Defined Infrastructure 2.5 to later updates.

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

This article describes how to install the Agent for Linux remotely.


You have RHEL/Centos/Fedora Linux machine with kernels:

  • 2.6.32-71.el6
  • 2.6.18-164.2.1
  • 2.6.18-128
  • 3.5.x-3.6.x vanilla kernel


This is an issue on the Red Hat Enterprise Linux kernel side: