Fedora BTRFS+Snapper - The Fedora 29 Edition

History It’s 2019 and I’m just getting around to converting my desktop system to Fedora 29. For my work laptop I’ve moved on to Fedora Silverblue (previously known as Atomic Workstation) and will probably move my desktop there soon too as I’ve had a good experience so far. For now I’ll stick my desktop system to this old setup with BTRFS+snapper where I am able to snapshot and rollback the entire system by leveraging BTRFS snapshots, and a tool called snapper. [Read More]

Fedora BTRFS+Snapper - The Fedora 27 Edition

History I’m back again with the Fedora 27 edition of my Fedora BTRFS+Snapper series. As you know, in the past I have configured my computers to be able to snapshot and rollback the entire system by leveraging BTRFS snapshots, a tool called snapper, and a patched version of Fedora’s grub2 package. I have some great news this time! You no longer need a patched version of Fedora’s grub package in order to pull this off. [Read More]