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    Question Good Backup program with GUI

    What is a good backup program with GUI interface, that preferably also has incremental backup and scheduling ?
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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    Did you try to use the one you have in yast?

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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    I use luckyBackup luckyBackup - backup and sync utility
    If you have the KDE community Index of /repositories/KDE:/KDE4:/Community/openSUSE_11.1 you can get it with yast
    Or get it here Software.openSUSE.org you can use the one click thou i tend to install manually using the links on the page

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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    I'm trying to use luckyBackup in order to backup my sistem (openSUSE 11.1). When I plan some actions it does not work so I'm not able to start backup or to syncronise anything. Does anybody know why?

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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    I used to use Lucky Backup but had the same problems so I switched to Back In Time and that worked alot better. It's in the official repos.

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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    Luckybackup here too. And what's beneath it, rsync.

    But there's more: in the past I found 'unison' does a goed job too. There's also 'grsync' and others, most of them based on rsync.
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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    On 2011-10-31 15:26, Knurpht wrote:
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    > Luckybackup here too. And what's beneath it, rsync.
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    > But there's more: in the past I found 'unison' does a goed job too.
    > There's also 'grsync' and others, most of them based on rsync.



    amanda
    dar
    rdiff-backup
    rsnapshot
    gadmin-rsync?
    http://www.dirvish.org/
    pdumpfs (http://0xcc.net/pdumpfs)
    duplicity
    duply
    Back-In-Time (http://backintime.le-web.org/)
    LuckyBackup

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    Default Re: Good Backup program with GUI

    Hello, I recently was looking for one, I can recommend backintime has specific interface for gnome and kde

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