I’m searching an easy way to clone my data on another drive.
Before Silverblue, my Fedora was installed on a USB SSD key ( Corsair GTX Voyager ), to permit me to move the key from my laptop to my PC or any x64 bits computer at works / friends etc.
As a backup, I’ve another USB key, where I’m running a rsync between the whole partitions ( with some extra steps to replace UUID in special files for /boot/EFI & fstab etc, SELinux was disabled )
This was very useful, and I would like a similar solution with Silverblue, but SELinux is enabled & rights seems specials on SB. I suppose I can’t write on the whole partitions even if it’s plugged as an external drive ? I also suppose this could break the system.
So, do you have any suggestions please?
May be the solution is only to copy my ~/ and to keep a list of installed packages on host and inside the toolbox ? (not sure there is commands for that)
Then, when I launch the 2nd drive, I execute a script to install missing packages on host and toolbox.