philsf at ufrj.br
Wed Feb 14 05:04:59 UTC 2007
On Wednesday 14 February 2007 01:35:59 Matthew Flaschen wrote:
> Jonathan Zeppettini wrote:
> > I see, have you tried to use keep, I haven't personally used it
> > however it seems to meet the criteria you outlined... Backups of
> > specific directories with optional scheduling and compression.
> > http://jr.falleri.free.fr/keep
> > sudo apt-get install keep
> > Let me know if it works well for you, I may give it a try as well
> > instead of doing things manually.
> I think it's installed by default in Edgy. I don't remember installing
> it... Anyway, I actually checked it out briefly right before my
> original email. However, it doesn't seem to have support for optical media.
> I will post here if I find a good solution.
in dar's page there are some scripts that create dar-based backups and
cdrecord/cdrdao aware. I remember cdbackup and dvdbackup being available in
uni/multiverse repositories. These simple backup utilities should be very
configurable to suit most people's needs, while not getting too informative.
Check out http://dar.linux.free.fr/doc/index.html
If you don't mind burning the dar slices yourself and like GUI, Kdar is
probably one of the best bets. I personally don't mind using k3b for
recording some slices, but that's just me.
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