I was talking to a friend about jabber and he was telling me that the system was loaded (or graphics) after an update, and that got me thinking Do you know of any system, package or whatever, that restores our PC at some point that we have assigned?
Let's say we just installed our distribution. We update, install the applications and everything works wonders. What tools do we have to create a restore point at that moment? Personally, I don't know of any that are graphical or do exactly what I want. And what do I want? The objective is not to make an exact copy of the root partition, but of the packages that I have installed since, in general, they are the ones that the system loads.
Do any of you know something that helps me for this? Because otherwise I would have to make my own application based on scripts. Of course, I would have another problem, said application would not be graphic because if I load the X, how do I run it? Or you could have the option that if it does not detect the X it will load in console mode. Anyway, that would be something interesting. In Linux Mint is MintBackup, but I don't know if it does just what I need, I would have to try.
I repeat my question, do any of you know something that helps me for this?