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Create an iso image from the existing fedora system, and make a bootable USB flash using that iso image.



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I get this error, I don't know how to fix it
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How did you get fedora-live-minimization.ks file?

It appears you might have done a wget of the URL instead of the file.
 

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That error is usually a permission issue - try checking the permissions on the fedora-live-minimization.ks file which to me it is set to 644 which is -rw -r--r-- if my old memory serves me right - if Apache is reading the file it might need 755 rwxr-xr-x to run - just a guess on my part
 
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i preety sure fedora comes with btfs file system. im 100 % sure btfs have build in back up. which highly relies on sub levels/snapshop on hard drive or usb.

as DexTheDog said install fedora and then use the system back up for the apps/settings.

 

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Qualifying what Leonardo has said, and related to
Which tools are needed to do backup in fedora36

The installer allows you to choose between BTRFS and EXT4.

I wonder if the OP knows which one he chose?

For BTRFS you can take a Snapshot with Snapper.

For EXT4 you can install Timeshift and use that (I do).

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Qualifying what Leonardo has said, and related to


The installer allows you to choose between BTRFS and EXT4.

I wonder if the OP knows which one he chose?

For BTRFS you can take a Snapshot with Snapper.

For EXT4 you can install Timeshift and use that (I do).

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The default is Btrfs . most people dont know how to change it while installing fedora. also after doing some research it seem Timeshift can also be used on BTRFS. Their both available in Fedora
 
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When I do a clean install and get it the way I like with settings...software...printer etc...I then create an image with Foxclone...https://www.foxclone.com/ which is saved to an External HDD or SSD.

Should anything happen...Drive failure being the worst...nothing is lost and very easy to re-image the Drive.
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I also use Timeshift for minor problems and create a snapshot before I install the latest Kernel...just to be on the safe side.
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