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Old 07-30-2006, 12:46 PM   #1
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Recommendation for a backup utility?

I have set up an old PC box with Ubunto and Samba. Now I want to have this box perform automated backups of the 2 XP boxes and one Mac on my network. I have looked at "Keep" that cames packaged with Ubunto and it does not seem to like network paths. It also doesn't seem to have control over when to perform the backup.

Does anybody have suggestion on a good utility that:
1) Is low or no cost.
2) Is graphical
3) Accepts network paths
4) Can be scheduled for middle of night

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