Another great backup tool, if you are interested in using the command line, is rsync. You can use it to backup files to a remote system or to a local drive... the best part about rsync: once you have backed up data, the next time you backup data, it will only copy files that have been changed since your last backup. So it is very efficient.
It is probably already installed on your system by default. Just type in rsync or man rsync to find out more. There is also a lot of info on how to use it on the web. Have fun!
Last edited by flipjarg; 03-27-2011 at 02:14 PM.