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Backing up in Ubuntu is Finally Made Simple

Here's a step-by-step walkthrough of installing TimeVault, tailored to Ubuntu Linux (but will work on any platform, especially those that are debian-based):
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While it's always been possible to use tools such as cron and rsync to backup files in Linux, there has never previously been an easy-to-use program that end-users and beginners could feel comfortable configuring, until now. TimeVault allows you to backup your system with snapshots; this means that if you loose a file (or an entire file system), or want to return a document to a previous state, it is as simple as selecting the file through TimeVault's Snapshot Browser and clicking “Revert.” Though it is currently in Beta, I have found TimeVault to be a complete solution for backups, and as of yet haven't discovered any single major problem.

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