Right now my openHab seems to run pretty stable and I wan’t to make a backup of it, so I can start playing with some other bindings, rules and so on. So far I’ve been copying all my files under the conf library and then manually installed all bindings, setting up the paperui (interface etc.).
So I was thinking, what if I could just load the working image back on, if I ended up messing something, then I wouldn’t have to spend all the time with the other things. I looked through the forums here and there are many nice solutions, but some of them looks like you need to know a bit more about the Linux system than I do :(.
Finally I ended up on this site: https://twocanoes.com/products/mac/sd-clone/ and I saw some videos, which actually looked like it was pretty easy. To me it looks like you can insert the working SD card to you MAC and then open the SD Cloner software, then Shrink it using the tool, afterwards do the backup to an image. Then afterwards you can extend the sd card again, and then load the image back (or format it before you do).
This should prevent the issues I’ve been having with my w32diskimage software on Windows, that tells me that the SD card doesn’t have enough space, even though it is the same size and brand. I know that no SD card is the same unless they are from the same batch (you can’t even be sure).
Have anyone else been using this software on their MAC? Does it really work?
I will try to download later, but if someone else is using it I would like to know the pros and cons