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2016-01-10 12:13 GMT+01:00 Tony Arnold <tony.arnold at manchester.ac.uk>:
> On 10/01/16 09:42, Johnny Rosenberg wrote:
> And talking about backing up, saving files and things like that: Are
> events like ”a file has been changed/added/removed" logged somewhere?
> Apart from what you see in the window when it is running there is no other
> logging that I can find, which is a great shame. You can use duplicity
> directly to list backed up files and verify the backups etc. Look at the
> man pages for duplicity for more information.
I meant more generally in the inner parts of the operating system. For
instance, if I save a file with Gedit, Apache OpenOffice, Audacity, Nano or
whatever, is that event logged by the operating system somehow? Or if I
delete a file in Nautilus or even in a terminal?
A few years back I used Ubuntu One for some of my folders, and at least it
SEEMED like it somehow was able to monitor such events and write changed or
added files to the Ubuntu One cloud thing. Or maybe the Ubuntu One daemon
just scanned the folders for changes now and then, I don't know.
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