Tag Archives: backup

Duply – frontend for the mighty duplicity

Before we start, lets get to know about Duplicity. According to wiki, Duplicity is a software suite that provides encrypted, digitally signed, versioned, remote backup of files requiring little of the remote server. Released under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL), Duplicity is free software. Duplicity implements a traditional backup scheme, where the initial archive… Read More »

How to tar a directory in linux

On my previous tutorial How to compress file in linux using tar, we discuss on how to compress a single or a multiple file into a single compressed file by using a standard linux archiving tool, called “tar”. But it will be a question when someone ask you How can I compress a whole directory… Read More »

Worth to try 6 Cloud Storage for Linux

As the amount of data we produce every day is growing quickly and many of us now have a tons of file, documents, photos, music, and videos. More files you have, your storage will getting bigger and bigger, also it’s getting harder to manage tons of file, so we need to backup and protect those files. It… Read More »