Linux Backup: SBackup
No matter if you use Windows, OS X or Linux, the backup is something I should do in regular manire. Linux in a way more simple to do the backup Automatic Backup is Simple. Let’s see how to set SBackup to make sure you have a backup of all our important files.
Simple to install and configure Backup
To install SBackup just open the menu and click Software Center. Let SBackup and install the software. Once installed, we need to configure it. We suggest you save the backup set to an external drive for added security. If you want to change the settings for Simple Backup allows you, among other things, add or remove files from backup.
By default SBackup does not back up most of the media, which should be included by hand, it is important to have enough space on your hard disk. Should also change the maximum size of files to be included, since the default SBackup does not back up files larger than 95 MB.
Then we select the destination folder, including hard drive or remote server. We may also schedule backups to get them done automatically. To prevent the hard disk fills up, we can also choose to automatically delete old backups. Once all settings are chosen, click Save. Now we can click back to try the backup settings and make sure that everything is successful.
To restore files, you select the Restore and select the files to restore.