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Newbie Command Line: Linux Backup


Backups aren't important -- until you need them.
Quick. When is the last time you backed up your system? Unless you are a system administrator by trade, I bet 95% of you haven't done so recently. If you suffer a hard drive crash, you stand to lose all your recent email, work, notes, photos, bookmarks, and whatever. One reason for that might be the paucity of a easy to use backup tools. Let's bury that reason once and for all.
 read more | score:7244 | -Ray, May 21, 2004
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