luckybackup

rsync-based GUI data backup utility
  http://luckybackup.sourceforge.net/
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  20 reviews



LuckyBackup is an application that backs-up and/or synchronizes any directories with the power of rsync. Its main features are: backup, safety, synchronization, exclude/only include options, allows custom rsync options, remote connections, restore and dry-run operations, scheduling, profiles and command line mode.

It is simple to use, fast (transfers over only changes made and not all data), safe (keeps your data safe by checking all declared directories before proceeding in any data manipulation ), reliable and fully customizable.
Latest reviews
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yamahacrazy 1 year ago

complicated to set up for inexperienced users. needs to have a drag and drop style way to include folders like a disk burning utility does

4
TrumblebumSky 1 year ago

Worked better than the basic backup provided by Linux Mint's default installation - which failed to backup or even indicate a capacity to backup. This worked well and moved 26GB in 44 min over a standard USB hub connected to an external linked drive

4
jjwi 1 year ago

Very useful program. It took a little while to understand it, but now I am successfully using it for my daily and weekly back-ups.

5
thefritz 2 years ago

Clean and functional GUI. Great job, Lucky!

3
ideosky 2 years ago

Works well, but didn't exclude the files/folders as foreseen in the syncjob

5
nbk7 3 years ago

works great: automated, daily Backups/Syncs from NAS to local drives: not a problem with this tool

5
cutano 3 years ago

Great backup tool!

5
Mintonite 3 years ago

Luckybackup, where have you been all my life? This is exactly the kind of backup I always wanted but never found on windows. Simple and fast, took me like 30 sek to start backing up. I have been using Cobian Backup before and never used it because it was just a pain.

5
TJGeezer 3 years ago

Flexible and extremely efficient. Great program and it works in Mint 17.3, which GRSync does not.

5
susieuna 4 years ago

thx a lot, awes soft

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midtempo 4 years ago

Will not recognize devices connected as MTP such as a smartphone. Since backing up certain data on a smartphone is so important (without synching everything to Google -- blecch), I consider this a serious flaw. I am not sure what alternative program can backup MTP devices, and my Linux won't recognize my phone as USB mass storage.

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vits07 4 years ago

The current version 0.4.7 is old and has a bug I stuck at , described here: http://sourceforge.net/p/luckybackup/discussion/873563/thread/8b8b93db/ GET fresh version 0.4.8-1 here: http://luckybackup.sourceforge.net/download.html

5
bicyclist56 4 years ago

Рез.архивирование - важная вещь. Автоматизация процесса - не менее важна.

5
sigurd1701 4 years ago

very useful

5
remisoh 4 years ago

Simply perfect!! Semplicemente perfetto!!

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acasson 4 years ago

Really quirky and in need of polish.

5
DaveC49 4 years ago

I don't think the authors have missed a single possible feature one could wish for. And it is documented so well !!

5
MagicMint 4 years ago

It’s a kinda swiss army’s backup tool. Although it needs some understanding, it covers all use cases from the beginner’s (in the basic configuration) to the specific needs of a nerd (with a fine-tuned configuration).

4
brettd43 4 years ago

Good tool. Can be confusing to set up, but once it's done, backing up is super easy.

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Hartley 4 years ago

OK, but needs a folder in specified in the destination