I’ve just got a new Mac (well an old G4), that I want to multiboot from a single multi partioned IDE disc. I had a multi boot SCSI drive.
I used an application called SuperDuper that can backup a volume entirely to a new one and make it bootable. Previously I’ve been using this to backup my MacBook Pro to a Disc Image on my Linux box over the network. However, although SuperDuper is meant to be a backup tool, it was dead easy to clone partitions to another disc.
As a simple backup tool (it does incrementals too), it’s pretty cool! It’s sortof a shareware licenses. You can use the simple features (which are pretty advanced), although scheduled backups and passwordless ones are only available for cost. Which easily seems worth it I reckon!
A fine piece of software.