Full and incremental backup to disk or disk-like device
Ukopp is used to copy or back-up disk files to a disk or disk-like device,
such as a USB stick. It copies only new or modified files since the last
backup, and is therefore quite fast. A GUI is used to navigate the file
system to include or exclude files or directories at any level. These
choices can be saved in a job file for repeated use. New files appearing
within the included directories are handled automatically. Optionally,
previous versions of the backup files can be retained instead of being
overwritten. Files can be selectively restored using a GUI. Ownership
and permissions are also restored, even if the target device uses a
Microsoft file system.
Installation of ukopp from source tarball
Building ukopp requires the following packages:
g++ the Gnu C++ compiler and linker
libgtk3.0-dev GTK graphics library (GUI base)
Build and install ukopp as follows:
1. Download the tar file (ukopp-N.N.tar.gz) to Desktop
2. Open a terminal window
3. $ cd Desktop # go to Desktop
4. $ tar -xz
UKOPP(1) Ukopp man page UKOPP(1)
Ukopp - copy files to USB stick or other disk or disk-like
ukopp [ -nogui ] [ -job | -run ] jobfile
Ukopp is a graphical menu-driven program operating in its
window. Ukopp copies the files and directories specified
ukopp (4.4-1) unstable; urgency=low
* New upstream release (closes: #668485).
* Removed fix-include-gtk-as-FTBFS.patch, changes are now in upstream.
* Refreshed old patches.
* Bump standards version to 3.9.3.
* Updated debian/copyright format.
-- Leo Iannacone <email@example.com> Thu, 24 May 2012 10:46:15 +0200
ukopp (4.1-2) unstable; urgency=low
* Imported patch 03-fix-include-gtk
ukopp change log
+ Instead of doing a system-wide sync command a
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