Hello Michael,

usualy i like to make a backup of some Paths of my Laptop.

So i think a rsnapshot should be a good idea.

So i will have a look to your second Link you provide.

Kind Regards
Jens Geier

"Michael Kubler" <mdk...@gmail.com> schrieb im Newsbeitrag 
> What is it you want to do?
> Do you want to create a client for RSYNC, or maybe rsync to AmazonS3
> <http://jeremy.zawodny.com/blog/archives/007641.html> (which is
> admittedly hard), or maybe use something like rsnapshot
> <http://www.rsnapshot.org/> to have rsync + snapshot functionality,
> which is great when you get a whole heap of corrupt data that gets
> sync'd across, you can go back to an old snapshot instead of loosing
> everything.
> Michael Kubler
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> Jens Geier wrote:
>> Hello,
>> as sugestet i tried backup by using RSYNC.
>> It is working fine.
>> But i have some more Questions for this software.
>> Is here some one that can help me with it?
>> Kind Regards
>> Jens Geier

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