[SoaS] Deja-Dup (duplicity) as a way to backup-restore Soas Mirabelle Home directory
bernie at codewiz.org
Sun May 16 12:20:01 EDT 2010
El Sat, 15-05-2010 a las 14:00 -0700, Thomas C Gilliard escribió:
> I just backed up and then restored the home directory of my f13 RC3 soas
> spin 4GB USB to a 2nd 4 GB USB.
> * looks like it worked. Still testing.
> # yum install duplicity
> # yum install deja-dup
We also have a schoolserver based backup procedure already in place. See
the ds-backup-client package made by OLPC.
At ParaguayEduca we also developed a control panel icon to perform
manual backups and restores. We've also started to look at a procedure
to make the contents of the journal accessible through links in the
Documents folder. The opposite could also be done.
Additionally, Uruguay extended the Journal to backup and restore to USB
sticks. During this release cycle, we'll work to merge these changes
with ours into a consistent UI.
// Bernie Innocenti - http://codewiz.org/
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