Time Machine with netatalk and Linux | How can I make a networked or remote Time Machine on a Linux server? You can use netatalk on your Linux server of choice to act as a networked Time Machine for OS X! I’ll show you how to set this up on CentOS, though this can work on any various Linux distro. 1. Make
How-To Copy Time Machine to New Drive | How can I copy my existing Time Machine backup over to a new, larger drive? The easiest way is to just use Disk Utility in OS X! Tip: Be sure to first format (Erase) your new drive as Mac OS Extended Journaled! – First, turn OFF Time Machine in your System Preferences before beginning.