sbackup-gtk on Debian?
I replaced a messed-up install of Ubuntu 11.10 with Debian 6.04. I was using Simple Backup (sbackup-gtk) to back up my /home folder to an NAS.
To my horror :) it looks like sbackup is not in the Debian repositories. Will it run on Debian 6.04? If so, how to I get it installed?
If not, can someone recommend an easy to use (preferably gui) backup program that can store the contents of my /home directory on my NAS?
BTW... the NAS can be accessed via ftp. I'd rather use that than mount it.
sbackup no gui is only in sid.
Debian -- Package Search Results -- sbackup - http://packages.debian.org/search?ke...searchon=names
rsync - fast, versatile, remote (and local) file-copying tool
rdiff-backup - remote incremental backup
pybackpack - user friendly file backup tool for GNOME
luckybackup - rsync-based GUI data backup utility
kbackup - Easy to use backup program
backuppc - high-performance, enterprise-grade system for backing up PCs
backintime-gnome - GNOME front-end for backintime
backintime-kde - KDE front-end for backintime
backup-manager - command-line backup tool
BackupAndRecovery - Debian Wiki - http://wiki.debian.org/BackupAndRecovery
Debian Linux Backup - Tutorials and articles - http://www.debianhelp.co.uk/backup.htm
Thanks for the info. I'll read thru the wikis and tutorials. I tried luckybackup but couldn't figure out how to connect to my NAS. Also tried Backuppc but found it rather daunting. I'm hoping for something simple. I can't tell my ass from my elbow when it come to BASH scripting.:redface:
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