There seems to be something wrong with the verification process during installation. I get the "configure: error: ***bzip2 library (libbz) not found or too old: version 1.0.0 or more recent is need" message yet synaptic package manager shows that 1.0.5-3 is installed and performing bzip2 -V shows that Version 1.0.5, 10-Dec-2007 is installed.
I'm running partimage on Ubuntu 9.04 and Kubuntu 9.10. Both were downloaded from the ubuntu "universe" repo, so I think its there and you should be able to install it. I normally install from the terminal rather than Synaptic, but really both should work. In the terminal try:partimage was not provided with Ubuntu, as far as I can tell, as it isn't shown in synaptic.
apt-cache search partimage
sudo apt-get update && apt-get install partimage
I didn't understand the issues of backing up on unmounted volumes, but assume that I can use unmounted hard drives installed in my computer or even unmounted external USB drives, correct?
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