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Thread: Luckybackup Has Warning Red X when I select my profile

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    Default Luckybackup Has Warning Red X when I select my profile

    I am just re-assembling my desktop after a new installation of my root partition.
    One my applications have been installed they pick up the data from my /home directory which has not been changed, for example my Thunderbird profile works as it should.
    My question is what have I done wrong which has prevented my Luckybackup profile from working?
    Is there something in the profile which needs to be re-set or permissions granted?
    I suspect that I have not set a permission which allows me to use Luckybackup to access my remote NAS but where and how do I set this?
    Sorry to be dumb but feeling my way and would appreciate some guidance please.
    Budgie2

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    Default Re: Luckybackup Has Warning Red X when I select my profile

    I should add that in the past my passwords were somehow entered into my kwallet so Luckybackup asked me to open the wallet and away we went. If by any chance the wallet info was not available then I received a password entry prompt in the ususal way from the remote machine. My problem is I cannot get past the red X any more. I wonder if there has been an update which has changed the way the program works in this respect?

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    Default Re: Luckybackup Has Warning Red X when I select my profile

    Duh!!! Just had to do a fresh install and forgot to reinstate symlink target for Luckybackup profile task so the task command line was pointing to an empty directory hence red cross. Sorry for my error.

    On a related note, whatever has been done my new installation of Leap 15.1 and Luckybackup all now run correctly and I no longer have problems with KDE wallet and ksshaskpass and no errors so I am very pleased with outcome.

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