Hope this helps seppl0815 seppl, 10:47 AM # 6 shamantao LQ Newbie Registered: Jan 2008 Posts: 1 Rep: urgent Hi, I have the same problem, drum machine keyboard b 01.22 but I didn't make the image from ssh.
LQ Newbie, registered: Jan 2006, posts: 23, rep: Clonezilla can't find disk image.
Pdjplano, 02:40 AM # 4 seppl0815 LQ Newbie Registered: Apr 2009 Posts: 2 Rep: Hi, i've got the same problem.Then mount the restored partition to read the contents.On the computer holding the image, I made a directory named OldServerBackup, which I mounted before backing up the image, and then Clonezilla created a directory within that one to hold the related backup files.You can use this same technique to make rote copies of entire partitions to make clones of your computer.So in our case, given that the drive was 1TB, we needed 1TB of free space just for this process, and the command goes something like this (as root cat sda1.ntfs-ptcl-img.I then went into the terminal within the client cd and went to where it mounted the image and it mounted it fine.Heres the files within the folder hda1.ntfs-img.Luckily, we only had 50GB of data on the partition, and we were hoping that none of it was past the halfway mark on the drive.
Here's an easy way around that: ln -s /dev/mapper/loop0p1 g1 ln -s /dev/mapper/loop0p2 g2 So when you open gparted g, it's going to successfully locate g1 and g2, which are pointing to the actual block devices representing your partitions, and it will work as tweak windows 7 for performance expected.
Tgp1994, 01:55 PM # 14 eddy1 LQ Addict Registered: Mar 2010 Location: Oakland, Ca Distribution: wins7, Debian wheezy Posts: 6,838 I do it so often I created a seperate partition so I tha I wouldn't have to do a lot of searching for images.Now running ntfsresize showed us this: Device name : sda2.ntfs-ptcl-img, nTFS volume version:.1.Please make a test run using both the -n and -s options before real resizing!Time to glue those together into a disk image so we can start easy file undelete windows 7 working with it, because the partitions themselves don't do us any good in a virtual machine environment.2) I took Hard Drive #2 (HD2) that is identical to HD1 in sector/size/etc and swapped out HD1 for HD2 in the machine.We're going to start with our MBR record as the beginning of the drive: cp sda-mbr.Clonezilla creates a directory structure that stores data as individual files based on the partition structure.This actually increases the file to 1100GB (slightly more than 1TB, we wanted to make sure that the new file wasn't just a tad too small).I can trim off the excess, because this is the same as unpartitioned space on a real hard drive, so getting rid of it won't negatively affect us: dd ifsda2.ntfs-ptcl-img g bs1M count70000, this command uses our 1TB image as input, and outputs the first.To restore the image back, I instead shared the folder that Clonezilla made, rather than the folder containing that folder.