Make sure that you are using the same version of Aptik for both backup and restore. As long as the version is same it will see the backups in the selected location.
Previous version is still available for download at the below link.
I agree with all points in Parts 1–5 except for the points about file system hierarchy in Part 6. The reason the filesystem is in the state it is in, is to keep compatibility with existing applications. And I think that’s a good thing.
The root filesystem hierarchy is part of the system’s internals and not something that…
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If you had taken the snapshot witbout including home then there is no backup of your home data that can be recovered. Check under the /timeshift/snapshots folder.
I currently provide binary installers (with .run extension) which can be used on any distribution based on Debian, Arch or Fedora.
I’m not a supporter of Flatpak and Snap. I don’t understand the hype and marketing around these technologies. The packages are much larger than DEB/RPM, duplicate dependency libraries, and have…