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How to Roll Back a Snapshot on OpenSUSE

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By default, OpenSUSE proposes the Btrfs filesystem for the root partition. One of the great Btrfs features is the built-in snapshots. OpenSUSE automatically creates snapshots for you when you install or change something on your system. As such, the only thing you really need to know is how to roll back a snapshot, to restore […] The post How to Roll Back a Snapshot on OpenSUSE appeared first on Linux Today.

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