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Back in Time: Easy, schedulable Linux backup utility

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Back in Time works in KDE and Gnome...
You may have heard about Apple’s Time Machine, or the equivalent Linux desktop backup solutions like TimeVault, FlyBack, rsync, sbackup, and a host other other various solutions.

All are geared for making backup easy, but unfortunately some of them don’t work (sbackup can’t restore) or are unmaintained (TimeVault, FlyBack).

Enter Back In Time. Available for both Gnome and KDE, it is well-maintained, featuring snapshots, automatic backups, and a Ubuntu & Fedora repositories to install from.
 read more | mail this link | score:7075 | -Ray, April 16, 2009
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