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    rdiff-backup commandline

    Hello...

    Does someone know how to join this backup to single command?

    rdiff-backup /media/HW_WIN/00_Proj /media/SlavkoBKP/RDIFF-CAA/00_Proj
    rdiff-backup /media/HW_WIN/88_Internet/ /media/SlavkoBKP/RDIFF-CAA/88_Internet

    I can't figure how to manage --include option..

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    Re: rdiff-backup commandline

    Hello! Have you had any luck with this? I too am trying to figure out how to work with the include option. With rsync, it's braindead easy, but with rdiff-backup I'm finding it beyond confusing. I've exhausted so many Google tips but so far, I'm still getting fatal errors when I run this. My best bet so far is just rdiff'ing everything, as that works, but it's not the end goal.
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    Re: rdiff-backup commandline

    The only way I find is via include file list. But in the end I use separate backup as one folder is done more frequently as other.

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