Snapper Rollback on Arch Linux [Video]

19 January 2024

Linux allows for an enormous amount of customization and control over your system. But if you’re not careful then it’s very easy to break it in some way or another. Rather than trying to undo a mistake, it’s often easier to just wipe the slate and start again. One way of achieving this is by using the filesystem btrfs and utitlies snapper and snapper rollback.

In this video we’ll go through the installation process and we’ll look at a few points that are worth considering when setting up your system.

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