I stumbled across this thread, and although my question isn't about UBCD per se, I'm hoping someone here can help me.
I use Macrium Reflect to back up a couple of my computers, but have trouble with the rescue CD in some cases. Some systems can't access USB drives, or raid arrays where their images are stored, and I need to run TrueCrypt to make image files readable for a couple systems, which isn't possible from the bootable CD.
Does anyone here know if it's possible to run the MR Linux recovery program from the recovery CD, from a Linux OS? Preferably, I would like to run it from a small distro like Puppy Linux, so it can be run from a live CD or flash drive, but I am open to other options.
I don't know if it is possible to run the Macrium Reflect program from other Linux distro.
TrueCrypt and USB connections shouldn't be a problem if you use the latest
Macrium Reflect version (older version might have problems with USB). In this case, you should backup again, since there might be problems when trying to restore using a newer version with a backup originally made with older versions.
About RAID support, AFAIK the RAID support is only included in the WinPE PAID version, not in the free one. It may be possible to overcome this with another Linux distro, but as I mentioned, I wouldn't know if that is possible.