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TeaSun

Plasma Color Schemes Jul 31 2010
Score 78%
78.00 Likes
22 Dislikes

SmoothOrange

KDE 3.x Color Schemes Oct 25 2008
Score 69%
69.00 Likes
31 Dislikes

FinalHope

Beryl/Emerald Themes Nov 26 2007
Score 58%
58.00 Likes
42 Dislikes
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This one hits a spot - I was looking for an app to backup my /home-folder for a long time now (prefer external solutions for /-partitions → Clonezilla). So first of all: thank you.

I must report some troubles, though...

1. Excluding folders does not work for me, although the rsync-command mentions them (after hitting the "Validate"-button):

rsync -h --progress --stats -r -tgo -l -p -D --update --delete-after --delete-excluded --exclude=/home/kalle/backup --exclude=/home/kalle/musik --exclude=/home/kalle/daten --exclude=/home/kalle/.azureus

Note that the destination-folder (/backup) should be excluded as well - there should be a warning that it still will be included, but no message appears; all folders are backed up into ~/backup (~/.azureus, ~/musik and ~/daten too).

2. The "Browse"-button in the "exclude" / "include"-module only allows to choose files, no folders. So there might be a misunderstanding on my side - is it possible to ex- or include folders at all? If not, why is that so? That would make luckyBackup totally useless for me.

3. The manual can't be found. For installation I used the .rpm for SuSE (plus 'luckybackup-doc') from the KDE4:Community-repo. When calling the manual, it says "Either luckyBackup is not installed correctly or you have executed the binary from a different directory than the one it was Intended to... :-(", though it is located in /usr/share/doc/packages/luckybackup/manual/index.html (fine manual, by the way).

Feel free to send me a message in case cooperative troubleshooting is needed. I really want this app - no wonder it's rated that good...
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