simple backup/snapshot system (graphical interface)
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Back In Time is a framework for rsync and cron for the purpose of taking snapshots and backups of specified folders. It minimizes disk space use by taking a snapshot only if the directory has been changed, and hard links for unmodified files if it has. The user can schedule regular backups using cron.

This is the graphical interface for Back In Time.
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Mac_to_Linux 6 days ago

This app looks deprecated. Maybe it was good in its day. Despite many attemts I was unsuccessful in getting the app to reconnect to the backintime archive on my separate internal SSD partition. Maybe it works to store a BIT archive on the same volume, but what's the point of that? Advice: Just use the Linux Mint tools instead -- Time Shift, Backup Tool and Backups.