04-26-2009, 05:49 PM #1
time machine: restoring backups on linux/win boxes
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- Mar 28, 2009
i am currently doing full backups every week, and thinking about trying time machine as it seems so much more convenient and less time consuming.
one thing that i am concerned with is whether i'd be able to restore my data on a non-mac os machine, in case my macbook suddenly dies, gets stolen, etc. i only have one macbook and would obviously want to at least restore my data on more ubiquitous linux/win boxes rather than waiting till it gets repaired or having to buy a replacement machine. if anyone has suggestions or ideas, please let me know.
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