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[News] Powerful Tools for Backup in GNU/Linux (and Free)

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5 Free Backup Tools for Linux

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| Featuring some of the free and useful Linux tools you can use to make backup 
| on your machine. Some of these are server based while others can be installed 
| on your PC. In either case you can easily make complete backup on a daily or 
| scheduled basis.   


Back In Time - a simple backup system for Linux



Linux Life Insurance: 21 Top-Notch Backup Tools

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| The guide doesn't cover every available LInux backup option. But it will at
| least give you a good overview of what to expect from a quality backup
| product, and it really does offer something for almost everyone.


7 Best Free/Open-source Backup Software for Linux

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| A computer application utilized to perform a complete backup by duplicating
| the original source of data is called backup software. Obviously, the main
| purpose of backup software is to create order out of chaos by recovering
| essential files in the event of a disaster.
| If you are using Linux, there are plenty of backup software to choose from. I
| have here a list of some of the best free and open source backup software
| that you may want to check out.


Best Backup Solutions for Desktop Linux

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| Despite common misconceptions, there are more solid backup solutions for
| desktop Linux than most people might suspect. Best of all, many of them are
| completely free with the code being open source. Some of them however, are
| not.
| In this piece, I will give you a break down of each of them. How they can
| work in your specific situation, where you will find the applications, and
| I'll provide the needed details so that you can better decide what option is
| best for you.


Open source backup tools

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| Dominant among open-source data protection software are Amanda (short for
| Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver) and Bacula, which are two
| software packages designed for backing up Windows, Solaris, Linux and Mac OS
| X client servers, laptops and desktops.
| [...]
| Bacula was originally written in 2000 and first released in 2002. Like
| Amanda, it backs up Windows, Linux, Unix and Mac OS X servers, desktops and
| laptops. In addition, it also supports MySQL, PostgreSQL and SQLite
| open-source databases.
| There are other open-source backup packages available. Some like BackupPC,
| which can be downloaded from SourceForge.net, and DeltaCopy focus on backing
| up Windows, Linux and Mac OS X laptops and desktops. Others such as the rsync
| utility, which is included in Linux distributions, focus on synchronizing
| data from one disk to another or one location to another.


Atempo Adds Mac, Linux Support to Live Backup

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| With Version 3.2 Atempo is expanding client support to the fast growing Mac
| and Linux platforms.


Award-Winning Backup and Recovery Available for Linux Users

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| ...a partnership with Technalign, Inc. to bring Acronis backup and disaster
| recovery software to Linux users.

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