Thank God for backups!

Vram lamsokvr at
Fri Apr 21 21:35:38 UTC 2006

On Fri, 2006-04-21 at 21:23 +0100, Daniel Carrera wrote:
> Hey,
> I just had a scare. I almost lost all my important passwords and other 
> critical data. But thanks to my backups I didn't.
> You see, I deleted the ~/.kde directory thinking "I use Gnome, I don't 
> need that". But I was forgetting that I use the KDE wallet (ie. password 
> manager) to store all my private data (I have a LOT of passwords). Next 
> time I clicked on the Wallet icon I got the message "You don't have any 
> wallets". I think I felt my heart stop... but thankfully my system is 
> setup to do daily backups. I quickly got my wallet back and didn't lose 
> a single password.
> The moral of the story: Backup your home directory.
> Ubuntu has an easy to use backup tool, I highly recommend it. Install it 
> right now, don't wait! : sudo aptitude install sbackup
> After installing, go to System > Administration > Simple Backup Config. 
> The default settings are great, you can take those.
> Cheers,
> Daniel.

You are lucky..  8^))

I can't get God to do backups for  me..

Gota do them myself


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