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afbackup

afbackup 3.5.7

afbackup project is a client-server backup system offering several workstations a centralized backup to special backup servers.The backup on the clients can be started automatically using cron-jobs on the clients, but the more intelligent solution is to...

Affa Backup Server's main purpose is to turn a Linux server into a dedicated backup server in less than an hour. Affa backs up systems which have sshd running and rsync installed. Once it is configured, Affa runs reliably unattended and sends warning...

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AMANDA

AMANDA 3.3.0

AMANDA, the Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver, is a backup system that allows the administrator of a LAN to set up a single master backup server to back up multiple hosts to a single large capacity tape drive.AMANDA uses native dump and/or...

Arkia Network Backup is a commercial, yet powerful backup server tool for Linux operating systems.Arkia Network Backup is expressly developed for the many business environments and organizational structures with centralized single servers, Server Backup...

Attic

Attic 0.13

Attic is an open source and totally free command-line software implemented in Python and designed from the ground up to act as a deduplicating backup utility for supported file systems and computer operating systems.The project’'s main goal is...

AWIT DBackup

AWIT DBackup 0.0.20

AWIT DBackup (also known as AllWorldIT DBackup) is an open source command-line software designed as a backup solution for Linux-based operating systems.AWIT DBackup is different than other backup tools, as it creates only one archive per backed up...

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Backerupper is a simple program for backing up selected directories over a local network. Backer-uppers main intended purpose is backing up a user's personal data.It doesn't have to be installed - it can be run from the directory where you extracted the...

Backup

Backup 0.1a

Backup project adds instant version control to any file on a Unix system.Do you hate *.bak and *.20050101 and *.cjn (your initials here) and *.do.not.touch files as much as I do? They litter your filesystem any time someone (and we're all guilty of it)...