Pika Backup is A Modern New Backup Utility for GNOME Desktop

For personal data backup, Pika Backup is a simple GNOME app with an elegant user interface. Pika Backup is free open-source tool to save your personal data into either local disk (e.g., an USB stick) or remote server using secure shell or sftp. As modern GTK3 apps, it has an adaptive UI design which is… Continue reading Pika Backup is A Modern New Backup Utility for GNOME Desktop

Cronopete: Mac OS Time Machine-like Backup Tool for Linux

For those looking for Time Machine like backup software, Cronopete is a Linux backup utility modeled after Apple’s time machine. “The name comes from anacronopete (“who flies through time”), which is a time machine featured in the novel from Enrique Gaspar y Rimbaud, and published in 1887 (eight years before than H.G. Wells’Time Machine).” Install… Continue reading Cronopete: Mac OS Time Machine-like Backup Tool for Linux

Aptik – A Simple Backup Tool for PPA, Installed Apps, User’s Data

To simplify re-installation of software packages after upgrading or re-installing Ubuntu, aptik is a simple tool allows to backup software sources (PPA), installed software, and other user data with just a few clicks. Aptik features: Backup and restore Launchpad PPAs. Backup and restore installed software. Backup and restore downloaded packages (apt cache). Backup and restore… Continue reading Aptik – A Simple Backup Tool for PPA, Installed Apps, User’s Data

Install Backup Tool ‘Systemback’ 1.0 in Ubuntu 14.04

Systemback is a simple backup and restore application for Ubuntu Linux that makes it easy to create backups of system and users configuration files. In case of problems you can easily restore the previous state of the system. With systemback, you can create a Windows like system restore point by clicking on the Create new… Continue reading Install Backup Tool ‘Systemback’ 1.0 in Ubuntu 14.04

Aptik – Simple Tool to Backup List of Installed Packages in Ubuntu

Last updated on February 1st, 2016 Aptik is a new tool to simplify re-installation of packages after doing a clean installation of an Ubuntu-based distribution. It can be used while re-installing or upgrading to the next Ubuntu/Linux Mint release. With this simple tool, you can backup & restore: Software Sources (PPAs.) Software selections (list of… Continue reading Aptik – Simple Tool to Backup List of Installed Packages in Ubuntu

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