Fantastic! I have scheduled this application to back up my most important and most likely to be corrupted files, e.g., spreadsheets, on a daily basis and has just saved me immense difficulty when I accidentally overwrote an essential spreadsheet and nearly lost important data. It is small, simple to use, does the business without fuss and has never failed me. (You can also use it to back up to the cloud.) I cannot recommend this software highly enough.
Seriously! You have more than one box and DON'T use this to backup your data between the two? This has to be the simplest way to automate backups when combine with a password manager and an SSH link to another box. Lierally THE fist package I install on any new linux box.
Simple, Easy, and all you need.
J'enlève une étoile car on ne peut sauvegarder que des dossiers. Ça serait bien de penser aussi aux fichiers :)
With this there is no excuse for not having proper backup
bequem den HOME Ordner sichern - übernimmt auch alle Thunderbird Einstellungen :)
Best Backup Tool for LM
Best Backup Tool for LM - using it on 3 PC's
This made it super easy to move all my thunderbird files to my new computer.
Perfecto para copias de seguridad , tambien permite el cifrado y programar las copias , perfecto
Perfekt, schnell, unauffällig! 17 Mint Cinnamon 64bit
Works fine on my LM16 Cinnamon. I ran deja-dup-preferences to schedule regular backups. It uses duplicity; so if you want to do a more selective file restore, you could try using duplicity directly.
Shows installed in Software Manager & Synaptic, But I have no shortcuts to run it.? ~~ LM16
Doesn't work with LM16 Cinnamon. Had to change to something else.
Lets me backup to Amazon AWS S3 with a Lifecycle policy to Glacier. Great cheap way to backup!
LM Debian After Crash not possible restore. I needed new installation from scratch.
Tried several backup programs, none very good, chose Deja Dup because it works and is simple and intuitive to use. When the backup has failed (admittedly without much indication of what has gone wrong) it has always been because of lack of disk space. The website live.gnome.org suggests that you CAN restore a single file. Two enchancements would be good: A panel to declare whether backup was successful instead of the little popup which can disappear before you spot it. Being able to save more than one backup list - so I could backup music on one and everything else on another without having to redefine them every time.