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Old 5th July 2009, 06:29 AM
shahdharmit Offline
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Question Bacula


I've installed Bacula on mu box and I don't understand how to use it. There's a Bacula Monitor and Bacula Console in Applications->System Tools. When I click on either of the options, there's no GUI turning up. Should I use some other software? And how can rsync be used to backup my home directory? Can someone please help out?

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Old 12th July 2009, 05:28 PM
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I've just (yesterday) installed Bacula on my server so my knowledge is limited. Having said which there seems to be no gui interface for the basic package and you have to run the console to run backups

So you need to open a terminal window and type "bconsole" at the prompt. There is a separate web interface called BAT, but I haven't been able to get it working yet.

If you need more, just ask.

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