Cloning, used to be: deleting firefox 10.02 from kpackagekit in k10.10 mm
So now you understand my problem, but cant help me right?
On 5/24/12, Perry <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Le mercredi, 23 mai 2012 07.44:34 ray burke a écrit :
>> On Wed, May 23, 2012 at 7:29 AM, Waleed Hamra <email@example.com>
>> when I clone my k10.10mm the whole 80gb sata disc which becomes a
>> direct copy, using
>> HDClone 4.1, so I dont have to worry about clonning/restoring different
>> folders, and if I have a problem with anything like firefox 10.10.2
>> crashing all the time when I
>> downloaded thru kpackagekit in my k10.10mm, I just clone of my backup
>> drive(exact copy of
>> before I installed the update and go back to using firefox 9.02, so my
>> clonning is exact copy
>> of all my disc that holds my k10.10mm(80gb) and backup k10.10mm(80gb,
>> clonned 1 week ago)? hope you understand waleed.
> Le mercredi, 23 mai 2012 07.07:52 ray burke a écrit :
> (concerning the original "thread")
>> I forgot to mention in my last reply that I have done what was said in
>> those links but still have the problem of firefox 10.02 still showing
>> firefox10.02 as an update?
> Then I'm sorry I cannot help.
> Thank you all for enlightening me about cloning.
> My question was naive because I never thought Ray would have used a
> specialized cloning program, as I never used such a program on Linux, where
> installation is so swift and easy (as opposed to M$) and doing fresh install
> of new versions gave me some training on how to set my preferences back in
> various apps I use.
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