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Spotlight: Backupninja backups for Linux

Backupninja is for any Linux administrator looking for a solid backup tool that won't require a full day's work to setup, but will still be reliable.
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To create the various backup sets you use the ninjahelp command.
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What kind of backup do you need? The Ninjahelper tool easily helps you to decide.
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In this screen you select the files/folders to include as well as options for the destination. NOTE: You have to set up the destination before you can test the ssh connection.
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Folders and files to be included in your backup.
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Destination options are set up here. If you use a hostname for the host, make sure that name is mapped in the /etc/hosts file.
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With Backupninja you can opt to use a GPG key for authentication, further securing your backup.
For a full review of Backupninja, check out the TechRepublic Product Spotlight Blog.
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