In the following tutorial I will teach you in a very simple way, how to back up the data stored on your system with a native application in Ubuntu April 12 named backrest, Or better known as let-dup.
The tool is very simple and intuitive to use, as well as being able to synchronize and save the backup with our account of Ubuntu One.
As soon as you open the application, we will see a window with only two options, One for restore one backup saved, and another to enter the configurations of the backup, where we will find the option to perform the Back-Up or backup.
Within the settings we can choose the folders or directories to include to the backup, as well as the folders to exclude, will also give us the option to synchronize the copy in the cloud using our account Ubuntu One.
Another feature of this sensational application of support, It is the possibility to program when and how the backups, As well as choosing whether to make full copies or just the newly added files.
What has been said is a program suitable for all kinds of users which will keep in a safe place all our most important files to have on hand at any time and restore from any Linux based operating system.
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