Hey so I'm working on a dual-boot windows + linux workstation, and I need to make clones of the whole disk (including ALL OS's). It needs to be separate from both OS's, so a Windows or Linux application won't work. I also don't have a backup server so I guess that leaves me looking for a dedicated backup OS. Ideally, it should be something I can triple-boot along with Windows and Linux, and if I ever need it I can just select it from GRUB and click a restore button. My main concern is Windows system corruption so I'm not worried about drive failure. I've never used clonezilla before, but it looks almost perfect - it handles both linux and Windows easily and it offers a local install option. So, I'm planning on setting up clonezilla as a third boot option on its own partition, and then manually boot into clonezilla and save a backup to that partition whenever I want. However, I do wish it had more built-in recovery applications, like systemrescuecd does. I could use some guidance here... Is clonezilla a good choice for this? Does its local installation option work that way, or will I need to save the backup to a separate device or partition? How do you recommend I set this up? Thanks!