I wanted to move my system from one SSD to other SSD, so in first step I want to copy current SSD to a image file in external HDD. I tried two HDDs, one with partition with .ext4 file system, the other one with exfat system. In both cases, when I choose the device and partition, it shows that the current device is “/” and no other folders to choose.
On both HDDs there are backup files in folders and the fact that Clonezilla wants to write image to “/” instead “Clonezilla” folder that I created there is alarming. I can’t risk loosing data.
What is wrong and how to fix it?
EDIT: In /home/partimag/ where Clonezilla mounted the drive, I see all folders correctly. Here:
However, in terminal there is nothing to be found:
EDIT 2: I found this in terminal:
mount -t auto -o noatime,nodiratime /dev/sdc1 /home/partimag FUSE exfat 1.3.0 mount: /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root: niewłaściwa opcja; przenoszenie montowania istniejącego poniżej montowania współdzielonego nie jest obsługiwane. Scanning dir /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root..Scanning dir /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root..Scanning dir /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root..Running: mount --bind -o noatime,nodiratime /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root /home/partimag
which translates roughly to (translation may be wrong, I don’t fully understand what it says):
mount: /tmp/ocsroot_bind_root: invalid option; moving of mounting of existing below mounting that is shared, is not supported - makes no sense for me, but that is what it literally says. I guess this is a poor localization, but without the original, I can’t make any sense with it.