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    Backup Sofware

    OK Chaps,

    Got my Ubuntu (Karmic) working and connecting to my network fine, wondered if there is any software available like Symantec Backup Exec System Recovery for Windowz which will allow you to take an imaaage of the whole sysstem whlist it is running.

    If there is any sofware available could you please let me know, also any clear instructions to install and run it would be a help.

    Please forgive my qquestion - I have been a Windowz user for 20 odd year but a linux user for aabout 20 minutes.

    Thanks in aanticiaption fo your help

    Pat

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    Re: Backup Sofware

    hi pat

    there's a ton of backup software out there. RSYNC or GRSYNC is top end stuff. my self, i use a mix with CLONEZILLA for a full disk manual backup. have a look here

    http://www.googlubuntu.com/results/?...h&lang=en#1012

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    Re: Backup Sofware

    I'd recommend deja-dup, I use it too, you can choose what to backup, it can do the backups regulary, upload them to any FTP, or anywhere you wish.

    Here'S the PPA:
    https://launchpad.net/~deja-dup-team/+archive/ppa

    Some say this is going to be the default backup tool in Ubuntu 10.04.

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    Re: Backup Sofware

    I would suggest you go to System-->Administration-->Synaptic Package Manager, and do a search for backup. Select the package that suits you best.

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    Re: Backup Sofware

    Quote Originally Posted by cariboo907 View Post
    I would suggest you go to System-->Administration-->Synaptic Package Manager, and do a search for backup. Select the package that suits you best.
    Synaptic Package Manager will contain all packages fully supported by ubuntu

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