Luckybackup: Linux backup made easy
Apr 13, 2010, 16:02 (0 Talkback[s])
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"There are a lot of backup tools out there. From the overly
simple to the overly complex. Many of those backup tools go
unnoticed and unused. Some of them get recognized as the
outstanding projects they are. One of those tools is Luckybackup.
This tool was awarded Sourceforge's best new project of 2009. There
is a reason for that. Luckybackup is a simple to use backup tool
that can backup both to a local machine and to a remote machine
– with a user-friendly gui and all the features you would
expect in a backup tool.
"You might think that Luckybackup is a tool only an end-user
could love. Not so. Although Luckybackup is simple to use, open
source, and free it's a worthy candidate for business backup as
well. Oh sure, you're not going to image your machines with this
backup tool, but you can backup your data. In this article I am
going to show you how to install and use Luckybackup."