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  • Back In Time has 7 active reviews. Back In Time has 18 active branches owned by 11 people and 2 teams. There were 0 commits in the last month. Bazaar branches. Branches with status: Name Status Last Modified Last Commit; lp:backintime Series: trunk ...
  • Back In Time Version: 0.9.26. Back In Time comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `backintime-gnome --license' for details. Remove Snapshot: 20091207-141831 INFO: Command "chmod -R a+rwx "/root/ backintime/ 20091207-141831"" returns 0
  • To run Back In Time on a headless machine (only command line, no graphic user interface) you need to create the config file in ~/.config/ backintime/ config manually. Take a look at 'man backintime-config' for this. There are also examples in /usr/share/ doc/backintime-common/ examples/
  • However I installed backintime and in gnome-shell application list (grid) I noticed two icons - Back In Time and Back In Time (root). I use the second one. I assume that this second icon should run "gksu" command instead of "sudo"? I am not sure if those icons are made by Back In Time installator or by Gnome Shell though.
  • I have backintime 0.9.26. Many thanks! Dan (danleweb) said on 2010-08-11: #7: Can you try the beta version (testing repository) ? Dave (mtbhooger-general) said on 2010-08-11: #8: I can't try a beta version on this data I'm afraid. As far as I can tell, the data is being backed up and it is just that the extended attributes set my Beagle aren't. ...
  • When I run BiT from the terminal as "backintime -b" it seems to run fine except I get a lot of permission denied errors. See output below. Back In Time Version: 0.9.26. Back In Time comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `backintime --license' for details ...
  • it would be nice if "back in time" had the following: - option to add "back in time" indicator to taskbar - application indicator visually indicates two possible states: 1) whether the backup destination is available (e.g., if it is removable storage, whether it is attached or not) 2) whether it is currently creating/updating a snapshot
  • Hi Simone, please run 'ssh-add .ssh/id_ dsa_backintime; ssh -o PreferredAuthen tications= publickey -p 57995 -o ServerAliveInte rval=240 backintime@ 192.168. 10.254 echo "Hello"' in Terminal and post the output in here. This is the command which is used to test pw-less login. Regards, Germar
  • Back In Time Version: 1.0.34 ubuntu 12.04 Qt: 4.8.2 KDE Development Platform: 4.13.2 rsync version 3.0.9 protocol version 30 I execute backintime-kde4 This is over ssh as a non-root user. I can see the directory it creates for BIT on the remote machine, so ssh does not appear to be the problem. The dir is empty. I've also tried backing up to the same local drive.
  • I'm running Mint 16 for the system. Every time I run BIT I get permission errors The BIT version I'm running is Back In Time 1.0.34. Any assistants would be appreciated to stop the errors if it can be done. Thanks Dan ===== Take snapshot (profile 1): Mon Mar 17 20:59:14 2014 ===== [E] Error: rsync: opendir "/home/.Trash-0" failed: Permission denied (13) [E] Error: rsync: opendir "/home/billy ...
  • This started happening after upgrading to Ubuntu 14.04: % sudo backintime WARNING: import keyring failed Back In Time Version: 1.0.34 Back In Time comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `backintime --license' for details.
  • With backintime-gnome it works out of the box. Looks like this is a problem with the KDE version only. Just double checked. Fresh install of backintime, -gnome is working, -kde isn't working. greetings kai
  • Back In Time comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `backintime --license' for details. [dirk@i7-arch-host ~ $] backintime-gnome. Back In Time Version: 1.0.36.
  • Hi all, In Ubuntu 10.10 I use backintime and had no problems so far. I switched from the official backintime version 0.96 to the ppa:bit-team/stable version 1.06. The transfer to the new structure seemed to work. But as I try to backup I get these errors: [E] Error: rsync: send_files failed to open "/etc/at.deny": Permission denied (13) [E] Error: rsync: send_files failed to open "/etc/fuse ...
  • Back In Time Edit question Assignee: No assignee Edit question Last query: 2009-10-25 Last reply: 2010-10-18. Related bugs. Link existing bug; Related FAQ: None Link to a FAQ. Dan (danleweb) said on 2009-10-28: #1: BackInTime copies symbolic link as symbolic links. ...
  • $ pkexec backintime-qt4. Back In Time Version: 1.1.2. Back In Time comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY. This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it under certain conditions; type `backintime-qt4 --license' for details. no crontab for root Clearing all Back In Time entries no crontab for root Clearing system Back In Time entries
  • sudo dpkg -i backintime-common*.deb backintime-notify*.deb backintime-gnome*. deb #or if you use KDE backintime-kde4*.deb sudo apt-get install -f. Kind regards, Germar. Martin Fisher (yusuf-martin) said on 2013-04-30: #24: Hi Germar. Many thanks - I am now running my first BIT backup over ssh to the WhiteLight. If all goes well I will then test ...
  • Alright, I've now copied the config file from the backup to ~/.config/ backintime. I've opened BackInTime and unchecked Auto Host / User / Profile Id and entered the old host and user data from the old system. The program still isn't recognizing the backup - nothing happens when I refresh the backup list, or close and reopen the program.
  • Thank you very much for this great tool and even more pointing me out to the incredible great 'SSH encrypted' feature in the newer version! I try to use the "Store Password into Keychain" option. This works fine if BIT is run as regular user. But when I use the "Back in time (root)" launcher this freezes the application. Here the output of my user vs. root as described in a related BIT bug ...
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