I'm a Linux hack, learning as I go based on a machine or two in our company.
This is probably really elementary for you pros. I have a Redhat 7.3 box with a tape drive attached. I would like to make a backup tape that I could use to boot the system in case of emergency or hardware issue. I've been googling and tried a few methods, but haven't had any success.
As an alternative - it does have a cdrw attached to it as well.
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