Okay, there's tons of questions about recovery partitions, but most, if not all pertain to Windows. My question is, "Can you make a bootable recovery partition FOR Ubuntu?" I'm soon going to put Ubuntu 11.10 on a separate disk so that I can have a full TB for Windows 7, and a full TB for Ubuntu.
BUT, I want to have it like Windows has, and be able to recover Ubuntu, should something go wrong and still have my current installation intact for later recovery. Is this possible? I've been searching and searching, unable to find out how to do this, but there's GOT to be someone who knows how to do it!
I've contemplated using the contents of a custom installation ISO, but, I don't think you can "burn" an ISO to a partition...if anyone can help me with this, I'd be ever so grateful!