On Sun, 23 May 2004, Mark wrote:

> You cannot restore the root-partition on the root-partition that you booted
> from, because it is in use at the time.

Actually, you can.  There are a couple of errors on files that can't be
written, but it works.  Although I do at least rebuild the kernel after
rebooting, and rebuilding the world isn't a bad idea.  If the original
and newly-restored system are of different versions, it might break,
though.

-Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA
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