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luckyBackup

luckyBackup

luckyBackup is an application that backs-up and/or synchronizes any directories with the power of rsync.

This software is simple to use, fast (it transfers only changes made and not all data), safe (keeps your data safe by checking all declared directories before proceeding in any data manipulation ), reliable and fully customizable.

luckyBackup was placed 3rd at the 2009 SourceForge Community Choice Awards as a 'best new project'.

 luckyBackup 0.4.8

Price
Free to download

Size
5.4MB
License

GNU GPL v3

Developer
Loukas Avgeriou

Website
luckybackup.sourceforge.net

System Requirements
libqtcore 4 4.4 or higher
libqtgui4 4.4 or higher
libc or glibc 2.7.1 or higher
libggc 4.1.1 or higher
libstdc++6 4.1.1 or higher
rsync

Support Sites:
User Manual, Forums, Videos, SourceForge Project Page, Easily Linux backups with Lucky Backup

Selected Reviews:
Ubuntu Geek

Features include:

  • Backup - Create a "clone" of your data at another location in no time
  • Safety. For example, luckyBackup first checks whether the directories you have declared exist or if they are empty and warns you accordingly
  • Simple / advanced option
  • Synchronization
  • Exclude/only include options
  • Allows custom rsync options
  • Remote connections
  • Restore and dry-run operations
  • Scheduling
  • Profiles
  • Command line mode
  • Logfile

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