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I want to clone and restore my entire Ubuntu system but I am not sure how to work with partitions


I have two different Ubuntu distribution coexisting: a bigger drive with Gallium OS and a smaller one with Ubuntu 18.10. I first installed Gallium, and later I added Ubuntu. This is how my partitions are divided up.

Disk /dev/sda: 238,5 GiB, 256060514304 bytes, 500118192 sectors Units: sectors of 1 * 512 = 512 bytes Sector size (logical/physical): 512 bytes / 512 bytes I/O size (minimum/optimal): 512 bytes / 512 bytes Disklabel type: gpt Disk identifier: 6D115618-F5A2-A34B-AD91-2692BBC3AFCA  Device         Start       End   Sectors   Size Type /dev/sda1    8671232  17707007   9035776   4,3G Microsoft basic data /dev/sda2      20480     53247     32768    16M ChromeOS kernel /dev/sda3    4476928   8671231   4194304     2G ChromeOS root fs /dev/sda4      53248     86015     32768    16M ChromeOS kernel /dev/sda5     282624   4476927   4194304     2G ChromeOS root fs /dev/sda6   17707008  17739775     32768    16M ChromeOS kernel /dev/sda7   17739776 417049474 399309699 190,4G ChromeOS root fs /dev/sda8      86016    118783     32768    16M Microsoft basic data /dev/sda9      16450     16450         1   512B ChromeOS reserved /dev/sda10     16451     16451         1   512B ChromeOS reserved /dev/sda11        64     16447     16384     8M unknown /dev/sda12    249856    282623     32768    16M EFI System /dev/sda13 417050624 417052671      2048     1M BIOS boot /dev/sda14 417052672 500117503  83064832  39,6G Linux filesystem  Partition table entries are not in disk order. 


Clone only Ubuntu (smaller part) into an external drive, which is itself divided into two partition (say sdX1 and sdX2). I actually want to clone Ubuntu into sdX2.

Subsequently I plan to wipe the all computer clean, fresh install Windows 10, and after install Ubuntu 18.10 alongside it. This Ubuntu install should actually be the clone I have on my sdX2


  • Is it possible (and safe) to do what I am trying to do? Or is it better to fresh install everything? I have another backup of my home folder, so I would have to reinstall all programs manually.
  • Is dd the right tool to do this? Or should I use something else? I know Clonezilla is a popular alternative but I ran out of external drives..
  • How should I go about handling cloning with this partition setup?

I want to use a selected part of a string

Lets say i have a string path that looks like this: C:/users/name/epicEnding

And i want to just use the last part of the path: epicEnding

How can i always use the last part of the path without just writing string endPath = "epicEnding"; (sorry, dont know another way to describe it.)

And the results should be:

//selected path: "C:/users/name/epicEnding" ex. //last part: "epicEnding"

(it should be the last part of the path whatever the path looks like.)

I want to create a holy book app on my religion but problem with large amount of texts

am trying to create holy book app in android studio, but this requires large amount of texts. the thing is when i paste those text in string.xml it showing the error like “TF8 representation for string is too long for the constant pool”. My question is is there any way to do that as many apps already done it but i don’t know how. i want to show that text in my main activity as my app would have single activity.

I am building android app and in this it is E-Commerce application i want to do increment and decrement in quantity and prices?

public class CartAdapter extends RecyclerView.Adapter {

private Cursor mCursor; private Context mContext;    public CartAdapter(Context mContext) { this.mContext = mContext;}  @NonNull @Override public CartViewHolder onCreateViewHolder(@NonNull ViewGroup parent, int viewType) {     LayoutInflater inflater = LayoutInflater.from(mContext);     View view = inflater.inflate(R.layout.cart_item,parent,false);      return new CartViewHolder(view); }  @Override public void onBindViewHolder(@NonNull CartViewHolder holder, int position) {      int image = mCursor.getColumnIndex("image");     int text1 = mCursor.getColumnIndex("title");     int text2 = mCursor.getColumnIndex("amount");    mCursor.moveToPosition(position);     String name = mCursor.getString(text1);     String name1 = mCursor.getString(text2);     String image1 = mCursor.getString(image);      holder.tt1.setText(name);     holder.tt2.setText(name1);        Glide.with(mContext)             .asBitmap()             .load(image1)             .into(holder.imageview);    }  @Override public int getItemCount() {     if (mCursor == null){     return 0;}     return mCursor.getCount(); }   public class CartViewHolder extends RecyclerView.ViewHolder {      TextView tt1,tt2,tt3;     ImageView imageview;      public CartViewHolder(View itemView) {         super(itemView);          tt1 = itemView.findViewById(R.id.quantitycart);         tt2 = itemView.findViewById(R.id.pricecart);         imageview = itemView.findViewById(R.id.cartImage);      } } 


Macrodroid: I want a repeating alert when battery is less than/over than x%

I want a repeating alert when battery is less than/over than x%.

I have a pair of alerts (Using MacroDroid) that are triggered by a battery level change. One of less than 35%, and one of more than 85%.

It nicely runs a media sound file to alert me. (Ding!)

I want them to repeatedly alert me while they are above/below the limit. Currently it only seems to do it once: at the moment that the percentage level drops or increases past each limit. How could I make it sound every (say 5 minutes) when it is above or below the limits?

I’m becoming obsessed with battery levels ever since I replaced my battery and I found it to be swollen like a rotten grapefruit! 🙂