Originally published at http://teejeetech.in on August 2, 2020.
Unlike Timeshift which is designed to protect operating system files, Baqpaq is designed to protect personal data and user files. You can add files or folders that you want to backup, and save the backups to a local path. You can then sync backups to another machine using Rsync, or upload it to your cloud storage accounts like Google Drive and DropBox.
PiMix is a remixed version of Ubuntu for Raspberry Pi 4. It is optimised for desktop use and includes common software that you would expect to find on a Linux desktop.
Pre-installed system images are available with a choice of two desktops — XFCE and MATE. Each desktop is available in 32-bit (armhf) and 64-bit (arm64) versions.
Aptik is a tool that can save you countless hours when reinstalling your operating system. Many people have downloaded this app over the last few years without realising what it can do, and are often surprised when they discover it.
Given below are 3 use-cases that Aptik is best suited for.
If you avoid using the 6-monthly releases of Ubuntu (or any other Debian/Ubuntu-based distro) because of the hassle involved in setting up the system after installation, then Aptik provides a simple solution for this.
Aptik v19.07 is now available.
This is a major update which adds support for Flatpak and Snap packages, and switches to Borg as a back-end for saving home directory data. The UI has been overhauled and is now more easier to use.
There are dozens of minor issues that were fixed, and dozens of improvements that were added over the last year.
The UI has been revamped and is now much simpler to use.