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remote backups (move the backup to another machine); encrypted backups; no obscure format for the backups; compression (gzip/bzip or none); simple to use.
The source also includes two manpages, one for hdup itself and the other for the configuration file. It should be fairly obvious how to use hdup.
hdup for Debian --------------- To use hdup you need to provide a minimal configuration file named /etc/hdup/hdup.conf. An example file is provided in /usr/share/doc/hdup. Details about its format are given in hdup.conf(5) man page. See also the hdup man pages for other information. Due to some inconsistencies in tar, as explained in http://lists.gnu.org/archive/html/bug-tar/2005-02/msg00057.h more»
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hdup(1) hdup(1) NAME hdup - harddisk duplicator/harddisk backupper - backup to harddisk SYNOPSIS hdup [ OPTION ] SCHEME HOST [ @USER@REMOTEHOST ] (1st format) hdup [ OPTION ] restore HOST DATE DIRECTORY [ @USER@REMOTE‐ HOST ] (2nd format) DESCRIPTION Hdup is used to backup a filesystem. Fea more»
hdup.conf(5) hdup.conf(5) NAME hdup.conf - the more»
hdup (2.0.14-4) unstable; urgency=low * Now explicitly uses bash in examples/. (closes: #5300 more»
10 Dec 2005: 2.0.14 Miek <email@example.com> - bugfix release - * bug #3: when adding a file to the f more»
This package was debianized by Francesco Paolo Lovergine <firstname.lastname@example.org> on Wed, 3 Jul 2002 10 more»