encrypted bandwidth-efficient backup
Duplicity backs directories by producing encrypted tar-format volumes
and uploading them to a remote or local file server. Because duplicity
uses librsync, the incremental archives are space efficient and only
record the parts of files that have changed since the last backup.
Because duplicity uses GnuPG to encrypt and/or sign these archives, they
will be safe from spying and/or modification by the server.
Duplicity's log output is meant as a means of reporting status and information
back to the caller. This makes the life of a frontend writer much easier.
The format consists of a stream of stanzas, each starting with a keyword and
some arguments, an optional suggested user text (each line of which starts with
". ") and ending with an endline. Like so:
. Hello! All work and now p
This package uses dpatch to manage all modifications to the upstream
source. Changes are stored in the source package as diffs in
debian/patches and applied during the build.
To get the fully patched source after unpacking the source package, cd
to the root level of the source package and run:
Removing a patch is as simple as removing its entry from the
duplicity (0.6.17-1) unstable; urgency=low
New sftp/scp backend
This version of duplicity comes with a new sftp/scp backend,
which does no longer use sftp/scp client programs and pexpect
but instead relies on paramiko, a python ssh+sftp implementation.
The options --scp-command and --sftp-command are thus obsolete, ignored
and a deprecation warning is shown if they are used.
DUPLICITY(1) User Manuals DUPLICITY(1)
duplicity - Encr
RDIFFDIR(1) User Manuals RDIFFDIR(1)
rdiffdir - compu
duplicity (0.6.18-3) unstable; urgency=low
* repaired duplicity's symlink handling for --exclude-
New in v0.6.18 (2012/02/29)
- fix extraneous '.py' in bot
This package was originally debianized by Martin Wuertele <email@example.com>
in 2003. Since April 200
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