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Backup and Restore Ubuntu System using Sbackup

SBackup is a simple backup solution intended for desktop use. It can backup any subset of files and directories. Exclusions can be defined by regular expressions.
Read the blog at Only Ubuntu

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Sbackup Features List

Backup any subset of files and directories
Exclude files and directories by regex expressions
Exclude files by type (extension)
Exclude files by maximum file size
Backup to local filesystem
Backup to any Gnome-VFS supported remote filesystem (including sftp and ftp)
Full and incremental backups
Scheduling backups via cron
Gnome GUI for configuration
Gnome GUI for restore
Command-line restore tool that also provides a Python API for restoring a file or directory
Backing up package list in Debian derived distributions
On restore, existing files are not overwritten, but are renamed to a safe name

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