deja-dup

Backup utility
  https://launchpad.net/deja-dup
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  20 reviews



Déjà Dup is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of backing up the Right Way (encrypted, off-site, and regular) and uses duplicity as the backend.

Features:
* Support for local, remote, or cloud backup locations such as Nextcloud
* Securely encrypts and compresses your data
* Incrementally backs up, letting you restore from any particular backup
* Schedules regular backups
* Integrates well into your GNOME desktop
Latest reviews
1
Montag 3 months ago

Never got past the first prompt to grant access to my google account. Why make this a requirement?

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phughes1961 4 months ago

When I saw "Grant Access to My Google Accout"... I uninstalled. I will not compromise my system to what use to be a really good utility. I needed another BU solution to migrate a crashed system, and this utility, (when I used it years ago) was a nice tool, but when that flag popped up after the install, I tried to do a simple bypass, but then it popped up again. I couldn't uninstall this crap fast enough. Google is NOT secure at all!

5
abarros 7 months ago

SIMPLE as hell. Does what it has to do. No bullshit. LOVE IT.

2
feralhound 1 year ago

To be fair, this is a really old version. The flatpak in the Mint store defaults to Google Drive, but doesn't ask for your Good ID unless you use it. That said, I found it didn't back up everything, even after multiple attempts. I was glad that certain mission-critical files were stored in my pCloud account as well, or they would have been lost. I'll be trying something else for my file backups.

2
FreshMints 1 year ago

Need access to my google account..? haha. Bye. Removed.

2
mizifih 1 year ago

Not a fan of having to use my google account "just because". It says in the description that I can use this with "cloud backup locations such as Nextcloud", well... Do I need to log in with my google info for Nextcloud? Does it support only OneDrive as I write this? I mean, if there is a reason, I can''t see it. I saw Ubuntu One being used in the images tho :)

5
gothicpreston 3 years ago

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.

5
kevlane 4 years ago

Simple, Easy, and all you need.

5
imperator 4 years ago

Ottimo

4
cmoi 5 years ago

J'enlève une étoile car on ne peut sauvegarder que des dossiers. Ça serait bien de penser aussi aux fichiers :)

5
Hammer459 6 years ago

With this there is no excuse for not having proper backup

5
tr0nic 6 years ago

bequem den HOME Ordner sichern - übernimmt auch alle Thunderbird Einstellungen :)

5
vitor_neves 7 years ago

Best Backup Tool for LM

5
Datei 7 years ago

Best Backup Tool for LM - using it on 3 PC's

5
p_pat 7 years ago

This made it super easy to move all my thunderbird files to my new computer.

5
talo 7 years ago

Perfecto para copias de seguridad , tambien permite el cifrado y programar las copias , perfecto

5
DrizzttoUrden 7 years ago

Perfekt, schnell, unauffällig! 17 Mint Cinnamon 64bit

5
jmt95 8 years ago

Really nice...!!!!!!

4
scramble 8 years ago

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.

2
wirezfree 8 years ago

Shows installed in Software Manager & Synaptic, But I have no shortcuts to run it.? ~~ LM16