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Will you make a .xo or rpm of your backup for standalone instances of
deja-dup, when aimed to a 2nd USB, seems to restore both the
/usr/share/sugar/activities and /home/liveuser/Activities<br>
to the condition they were in when backed up.<br>
I have deleted entries in both and they were restored, after rebooting
deja-dup does not appear to touch the journal entries, and is very
efficient in it's use of the 4GB USB I am using for backup.<br>
I am still testing....<br>
My main question is:<br>
How would I convert it to a .xo file?<br>
Is there a reference I should consult?<br>
I am running from the command line now.<br>
Bernie Innocenti wrote:
<blockquote cite="mid:1274026801.4640.1180.camel@giskard" type="cite">
<pre wrap="">El Sat, 15-05-2010 a las 14:00 -0700, Thomas C Gilliard escribió:
<pre wrap="">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
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://live.gnome.org/DejaDup">http://live.gnome.org/DejaDup</a>
<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="https://launchpad.net/deja-dup">https://launchpad.net/deja-dup</a>
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.