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Posted 07-15-2013 at 12:42 PM byjere21 Updated 12-04-2015 at 09:25 PM byjere21(Typo)
I've installed the following packages because they sound interesting for the task. For now of all of them I just use git git-annex.
ii bup 0.25-1 amd64 highly efficient file backup system based on git
ii git-annex 5.20140927 amd64 manage files with git, without checking their contents into git
ii graphviz 2.38.0-6 amd64 rich set of graph drawing tools
ii tahoe-lafs 1.10.0-2 all Secure distributed filesystem
For later use:
Power off the phone, then restart into ... Recovery Mode Vol Up+PWR+Home (once CanogenMod is installed you get an entry for this in the shutdown menu :-) . The ClockworkMod Recovery is a menu which...