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GUI for rsync
« le: 28 avril 2013 à 03:52:37 »
This one is actually fun to use every month.
Quick backup and sync if desired.
The deb package below installs easily.

syncBackup
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Re : GUI for rsync
« Réponse #1 le: 28 avril 2013 à 21:54:12 »
If you want a GUI for rsync, you can install grsync.
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Re : GUI for rsync
« Réponse #2 le: 29 avril 2013 à 01:05:13 »
This one is actually fun to use every month.
Quick backup and sync if desired.
The deb package below installs easily.

syncBackup
It looks like that one has excellent features. Have you tried doing a restore from a backup yet? Backups are no good if they won't restore properly. The time to find out if the restore works is not when you need to restore a crashed drive.


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Re : Re : GUI for rsync
« Réponse #3 le: 29 avril 2013 à 02:30:57 »
It looks like that one has excellent features. Have you tried doing a restore from a backup yet? Backups are no good if they won't restore properly. The time to find out if the restore works is not when you need to restore a crashed drive.

Oh sure, every month.   Actually have /home backed up in 2 places with
syncBackup.   Grsync is a little more heavy duty for the whole Linux
directory system   ( rsync -aH )   but I can backup /home refreshed without
thinking with syncBackup.   

regards,

patrick