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wizardfromoz

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@Vrai , that's a question I will deal with over at Timeshift - I'll move your Post and this Post over there next 24 and we'll have a Q&A session :)

Cheers

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I am including, above, a couple of Posts from another Thread, where I was helping Member "Doc" to restore on his rig Timeshift snapshots of his LInux Mint 18.3 'Sylvia' Cinnamon, after Store Techs had botched up installing a new SSD for him, and had given him the older (and not asked for) LInux Mint 18.1 'Serena' Cinnamon.

Following those, I will give a detailed response.

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wizardfromoz

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TIMESHIFT NEWS - BULLETIN

12 August 2019

Tony George has apparently released Timeshift v19.08.

I say "apparently" because he has still to get his website up-to-date to reflect the release. Tony works a day job in IT in India and produces Timeshift and other packages as a labour of love.

For those Distros that ship Timeshift installed such as Linux Mint and Linus Lite, it is coming through in your updates currently.

Same applies if you have it installed via PPA with Ubuntu.

When I get a look at the release notes, I will bring it to you.

Cheers

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