Steven W. Orr wrote:
I have a dirt simple backup scheme. I have a list of directories that
I back up and they all get copied to a disk that was put in just for
that purpose. I used to use something called flexbackup, but it
occasionally had problems and it hasn't been supported in years.
I'd like to give it a conf file and have a full backup run of those
dirs once a month and then have incrementals done on a daily basis.
The resulting files should be somehow compressed and easy to access
(I go on the presumption that you only need your backup if you don't
Is there a favored util that will do what I want?
Backuppc is close. It is really intended to back up multiple machines
over a network with a web interface to browse and restore, but it will
work locally and you can mount your extra disk in it's archive location.
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