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By default CloneZilla Live will reinstall grub after restore. In my particular case I am restoring a disk image to same phisical disk without any partitioning/size change. I am expecting to have exact same state as I had right after backup. However, reinstalling grub will render my system to unbootable. If I remove that option [-g] then everything is fine.

My question is in what cases and why CloneZilla ever need to re-install grub when restoring disk image?

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closed as too localized by psusi, bcbc, user68186, Seth, Kevin Bowen Jun 5 '13 at 0:11

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Do you still need an answer to this question? –  Seth Jun 4 '13 at 22:28

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This would be a question for the CloneZilla devs.

But I would imagine it assumes you are needing a full install or you included it in the cloned image to begin with.

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