Question #129095 on Simple Backup changed:
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Al_ posted a new comment:
Further to the question, how to run from the commandline: I have not
seen an option to install sbackup without GUI components for use on a
server. May I politely suggest, if technically feasible, to split the
sbackup package, e.g., in sbackup-core (=no GUI) and sbackup (GUI
components, with dependency on sbackup-core)?

Obviously I will then need to manually edit /etc/sbackup.conf. This does
not seem difficult even without man entry for sbackup.conf; the
configuration file on my Ubuntu desktop machine (with GUI) is self
explanatory.

And last, of course, many thanks for sbackup. My Ubuntu enjoys it daily;
and I will enjoy it when the harddisk goes belly up.

Al_

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