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TimeVault: Ubuntu backup made simple

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An in-depth review with plenty of screenshots...
While it's always been possible to use tools such as cron and rsync to backup files in Linux, there has never previously been an easy-to-use program that end-users and beginners could feel comfortable configuring, until now. TimeVault allows you to backup your system with snapshots; this means that if you loose a file (or an entire file system), or want to return a document to a previous state, it is as simple as selecting the file through TimeVault's Snapshot Browser and clicking "Revert." Though it is currently in Beta, I have found TimeVault to be a complete solution for backups, and as of yet haven't discovered any single major problem.
 read more | mail this link | score:6696 | -Ray, January 31, 2008
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