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README.md

Backuppy

No backup - no pity. So that this is not the case, you make backups. Backuppy tries to simplify this.

Name: Backuppy

Description: Make daily backups with Backuppy to avoid losing your data.

Installation: execute chmod +x install.sh && ./install.sh

Install. GUI: execute chmod +x install.sh && ./install.sh --gui

Usage: execute backuppy

Author: Joël Schurter

Licence: GPL3

More infos: See README.md and CHANGELOG.md

ToDo

  • add a log-file for the rsync errors

  • check user-input for validity

Dependencies

  • rsync (because Backuppy makes its backups with rsync)

    execute sudo pacman -S rsync on Arch/Manjaro

    execute sudo apt install rsync on Debian/Ubuntu

    execute sudo dnf install rsync on Fedora

    execute sudo zypper install rsync on openSUSE

Dependencies for the graphical installer:

  • pip (the python package manager)

    execute sudo pacman -S pip on Arch/Manjaro

    execute sudo apt install python3-pip on Debian/Ubuntu

    execute sudo dnf install pip on Fedora

    execute sudo zypper install python3-pip on openSUSE