Description:

Kup is created for helping people to keep up-to-date backups of their personal files. Connecting a USB hard drive is the primary supported way to store files, but saving files to a server over a network connection is also possible for advanced users.

When you plug in your external hard drive Kup will automatically start copying your latest changes, but of course it will only do so if you have been active on your computer for some hourse since the last time you took a backup (and it can of course ask you first, before copying anything).
In general Kup tries to not disturb you needlessly.

There are two types of backup schemes supported, one which keeps the backup folder completely in sync with what you have on your computer, deleting from the backup any file that you have deleted on your computer etc. The other scheme also keeps older versions of your files in the backup folder. When using this, only the small parts of your files that has actually changed since last backup will be saved and therefore incremental backups are very cheap. This is especially useful if you are working on big files. At the same time it's as easy to access your files as if a complete backup was taken every time; every backup contains a complete version of your directories. Behind the scenes all the content that is actually the same is only stored once. To make this happen Kup runs the backup program "bup" in the background, look at https://github.com/bup/bup for more details.

One important note is that bup will work regardless of which filesystem is used on the external drive. You can use NTFS or FAT32, unlike some other backup solutions which require hard links to work!

Download
You can find software packages to download for many linux distros at http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/simper:/kup

What the Kup backup system consists of
[li]Configuration module, available in your system settings. Here you can configure backup plans, what to include, where to store the backup and how often. You can also see the status for the backup plans here.[/li]
[li]A small program running in the background. It will monitor to see when your backup destination is available, schedule and run your backup plans. It has a system tray icon that shows up when a backup is long overdue.[/li]
[li]Kioslave for accessing bup archives. This allows you to open files and folders directly from an archive, with any KDE application.[/li]
[li]A file browsing application for bup archives, allowing you to locate the file you want to restore more easily than with the kioslave. It presents a merged view: inside each saved folder you can see all the files it ever contained (well, that has been backed up at least). Select a file and you can see which different versions of this file that exists in the bup archive. You can open and view the files from here and it also helps you restore files or folders. [/li]

Detailed list of features
[li]backup types:
- Synchronized folders with the use of "rsync".
- Incremental backup archive with the use of "bup"
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[li]backup destinations:
- local filesystem path, monitored for availability. That means you can set a destination folder which only exist when perhaps a eSATA harddrive or a network shared drive is mounted and Kup will detect when it becomes available.
- external storage, like usb hard drives. Also monitored for availability.
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[li]schedules:
- manual only (triggered from tray icon popup menu)
- interval (suggests new backup after some time has passed since last backup)
- usage based (suggests new backup after you have been active on your computer for some hours since last backup).
[/li]

Needed backup programs

To actually create backups of your data you will need either "bup" or "rsync" installed. They
provide the implementations for the two different types of backups that Kup supports.

Helping out
If you want to help out with translation, check out
https://www.transifex.com/projects/p/kup/. There you can see the current status of all current languages and also request a new language to be added!

If you feel like helping out with coding, please have a look at the code and the list of issues at the github page:
https://github.com/spersson/Kup

Please report any issues at the github page!

If you do test new features that are not in a released version yet, please let me know if it works or not. This project is still small enough that it is very useful to get feedback on any testing done.
Last changelog:

Kup Version 0.7.0 3 months ago

- Change system tray icon from simple popup menu to plasma applet - allows you to see status of backup plans there instead of having to open configuration window.
- Add progress reporting with percentage and transfer speed.
- Add option to pause and abort the saving of backups.
- Change folder layout of backups of sync type. Before you would need to go through layers of folders inside folders before reaching your files, now Kup tries to minimize this problem while still making sure that the folders have different names.
- Detect if user is shutting down system while saving of backup is ongoing - shows a warning and gives user a way to cancel shutting down.
- Kup now prevents power saving system from suspending or hibernating the computer while backup saving is ongoing.
- Kup now detects if laptop is on battery and in that case even fully automatic backups that normally don't ask first will now ask if a new backup should be saved.
- System tray icon will now stay hidden until saving of backup is long overdue. Before it would be shown anytime the backup drive was plugged in.
- Improve wording of some phrases and the icon choices in a few places to make things clearer.
- Add button for duplicating an existing backup plan.
- Add notification for successful completion of backup saving, before Kup would only notify you in case of problem.
- Fix a crash that could sometimes happen when loading a new configuration.
- A bunch of smaller bug fixes and layout improvements, mostly in the configuration module.

sigma1234

2 years ago

Hi Guys

Please could someone post the KDE 5 deb file for Kubuntu? I tried compiling it myself and failed miserably :(

Tried Alien as well to convert the Fedora rpm to deb but that did not work as well.

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sargnagel

2 years ago

I am not an expert in building packages, however after upgrade to Kubuntu 15.04, I gave it a try with these instructions (unfortunately in German):

https://wiki.ubuntuusers.de/dpkg-buildpackage

The steps I took, if I remember correctly, have been:
Rename source tarball to ...orig.tar.gz
Extract source tarball
cd into source folder
dh_make -f ../...orig.tar.gz
copy debian.* files to source folder/debian without debian. prefix
dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot -us -uc

There might be a better way, but as said, I have no experience with package builds for Ubuntu.

At the end, I had a package kup_0.6.0-1_amd64.deb which could be installed with sudo dpkg -i kup_0.6.0-1_amd64.deb. It worked well, except:
- Removable drive (encrypted solidLUKS partition) was not recognized, had to use the mount path instead.
- Digging into an already existing backup didn't show any files via bup:// kio.
- When uninstalling with dpkg -r, the .desktop file in /etc/xdg/autostart was not deleted.

I postponed this due to missing time, but maybe this helps and you have more success than I.

Cheers,
Marc

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sideshow

2 years ago

Again, I'm so sorry I have not been able to provide any deb for kubuntu. I really tried but since all kde packages seem to have been kicked out to universe now, then they are no longer possible to build on build.opensuse.org.

If somebody wants to try building a deb, you can use the .dsc, .rules, .control and .changelog files that I made here:
https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:simper:kup/kup-kf5

Perhaps that helps to get started with. And perhaps it's time Kubuntu included kup in it's repos... Kup has already been part of default installation of Chakra OS for a year now.

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sargnagel

2 years ago

Ouch, that's what I forgot to mention in my above post - the debian.* files I mentioned were taken from the link slideshow provided in his above response... Sry for that.

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sigma1234

2 years ago

Ok so I managed to convert the kde5 rpm file into a deb file and it actually installed sucessfully. however when I go into the system settings window, whilst the backups menu option is there, after I click on it, an error message displays and it says "Shared library not found". Any idea what shared library that may be referring to so I can try install it from the repo's?

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sideshow

2 years ago

My guess would be that the system settings plugin that kup provides (kcm_kup.so) is not installed in the directory where it is expected on your distro.
There is a matching kcm_kup.desktop file that apparently is found at least, that's why you see the icon in system settings.

You should be able to list the files installed by your package. Find the "kcm_kup.so" file, see which directory it gets installed into. Then check your system to see if all the other kcm_*.so files (settings plugins that ship with plasma and such) are in that same folder.

Hope this helps!

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sideshow

2 years ago

Oh, I forgot to say that the bup:// kio will only work if you are using a file manager based on kf5. Neither Dolphin, Konqueror or Krusader has released any KF5 based versions yet, as far as I know.
For testing the ported bup kio I used gwenview as my filemanager... heheh.. it works! But you only get to see folders and image files in your backup.

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sigma1234

2 years ago

lol tried moving the files and that didnt help much!

going to have to find someone who can build the package for me on kubuntu!

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sigma1234

2 years ago

yay finally managed to build it with cmake! working perfectly now...

pity it didnt make a deb file or i would have shared it here. thanks for all the assistance, its much appreciated :)

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sideshow

2 years ago

Packages for Ubuntu are now available, please see the updated download links on this page!
Yay!

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kalac

2 years ago

Successfully built and installed kup, but there is no kup module in KDE system settings.
Any hints?

~/Projects/kup-0.6.0/build$ sudo make install
[ 69%] Built target git24kup
[ 70%] Automatic moc for target kdeinit_kup-daemon
[ 70%] Built target kdeinit_kup-daemon_automoc
[ 78%] Built target kdeinit_kup-daemon
[ 79%] Automatic moc for target kup-daemon
[ 79%] Built target kup-daemon_automoc
[ 80%] Built target kup-daemon
[ 81%] Automatic moc for target kup-filedigger
[ 81%] Built target kup-filedigger_automoc
[ 89%] Built target kup-filedigger
[ 90%] Automatic moc for target kcm_kup
[ 90%] Built target kcm_kup_automoc
[ 97%] Built target kcm_kup
[ 98%] Automatic moc for target kio_bup
[ 98%] Built target kio_bup_automoc
[100%] Built target kio_bup
[100%] Built target translations
Install the project...
-- Install configuration: "Debug"
-- Installing: /usr/local/lib/libgit24kup.so.0.19.0
-- Installing: /usr/local/lib/libgit24kup.so.0
-- Installing: /usr/local/lib/libgit24kup.so
-- Installing: /usr/local/bin/kup-daemon
-- Set runtime path of "/usr/local/bin/kup-daemon" to "/usr/local/lib"
-- Installing: /usr/local/lib/libkdeinit5_kup-daemon.so
-- Set runtime path of "/usr/local/lib/libkdeinit5_kup-daemon.so" to "/usr/local/lib"
-- Installing: /usr/local/etc/xdg/autostart/kup-daemon.desktop
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/knotifications5/kupdaemon.notifyrc
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/icons/hicolor/scalable/apps/kup.svgz
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/icons/hicolor/32x32/actions/kuprunning.mng
-- Installing: /usr/local/bin/kup-filedigger
-- Set runtime path of "/usr/local/bin/kup-filedigger" to "/usr/local/lib"
-- Installing: /usr/local/lib/plugins/kcm_kup.so
-- Set runtime path of "/usr/local/lib/plugins/kcm_kup.so" to "/usr/local/lib"
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/kservices5/kcm_kup.desktop
-- Installing: /usr/local/lib/plugins/kio_bup.so
-- Set runtime path of "/usr/local/lib/plugins/kio_bup.so" to "/usr/local/lib"
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/kservices5/bup.protocol
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/fr_FR/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/sv/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/tl/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/es/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/de/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/ru/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/pt_BR/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/it/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/pl/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/zh_TW/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo
-- Installing: /usr/local/share/locale/lt_LT/LC_MESSAGES/kup.mo

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sideshow

2 years ago

Yes, try adding the following parameter when running cmake: -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=/usr

Then if it still doesn't work, check where debian/ubuntu install the kcm_*.so files (kup should install it's kcm_kup.so in the same directory as all the other ones....)
If it is wrong you maybe need to add this to cmake also:
-DKDE_INSTALL_USE_QT_SYS_PATHS=ON

I hate packaging. I spent more than three whole days trying to package 0.6.0 for opensuse, fedora, ubuntu and arch linux. Had to give up on ubuntu since the open build service does not allow dependencies on the "universe" repo in ubuntu.
So thank you for wanting to help!

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kalac

2 years ago

Can someone build a package for version 0.6 for latest Kubuntu?

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Buddlespit

2 years ago

Please post somewhere in your description that KUP is incompatible with Plasma 5.

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AlmaTlust

2 years ago

Hi, sometimes kup does not find the system path (/media/user/Backup, which links to a usb disk) and won't start the backup process. Neither does it find the external disk in the configuration window...
When it finds it, it works without problems, though.

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AlmaTlust

2 years ago

If I change the path to somewhere kup can see and then change it back, it works again...

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sideshow

2 years ago

You mean that kup does not detect the destination as available? In other words, that it does not offer you the option of taking a new backup?

And then, you are having two separate problems?

One, sometimes you cannot see your external drive in the Kup configuration, under "external storage" destination option. Any idea here what can have changed from one time to the other?

Second, instead of "external storage" destination you configure /media/user/Backup under "filesystem" destination, but then it only works the first time after configuring (with the drive available), second time (unplugging and plugging the hard drive back in again) it does not find it to be available there.
Is the /medía/User/Backup a symbolic link or is it a folder?


Please correct me if I misunderstood something, or confirm that my understanding is correct..

Thanks!

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AlmaTlust

2 years ago

Yes, you are correct, there are two distinct problems:
The first one is that kup does not see the external usb disk. I had to change disks as the old one went bad, but kup did not see the new one, neither in the same configuration nor when I tried to add a new one.

The other problem is with the link to the usb disk that is created in /media/user/ when the usb disk is connected. Sometimes kup detects it, sometimes not, although it is visible to kde and mounted. When it does not detect it, it does not offer me to make the backup.

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sideshow

2 years ago

So yeah... Hmm... Obviously these things work for me, don't know what could be going on with your computer. I don't even have much of intelligent questions to ask you. Since you haven't said anything about your external hard drive I assume you are using some standard file system on it, not some fancy encrypted drive or such? And you are running linux? In general, is there something not "standard" about your system?

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AlmaTlust

2 years ago

I just found out that if I deactivate and reactivate kup-daemon in the gui, then it will find the /media/Backup link and start doing the backup.

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sideshow

2 years ago

Yeah, so it's about how kup-daemon monitors the system for changes in mounted filesystems. That's why I was curious if you are running linux or something else. There is an alternative way to watch for these events on linux, but I don't want to make any changes without knowing that it fixes something. Maybe you can email me: simonpersson1 at -gmail- and we can see if we can test a new version on your system?
Thanks for not giving up.

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n9010

2 years ago

Hi, when i trie a backup on an nfs share folder i get this error:
Kup is starting rsync backup job at mercoledì 28 gennaio 2015 16:55:19
rsync -aR --delete --delete-excluded --exclude=/home/nico/.cache --exclude=/home/nico/Musica --exclude=/home/nico/Video --exclude=/home/nico/.thumbnails /home/nico /media/Server-prova/backup
rsync: opendir "/home/nico/.gvfs" failed: Permission denied (13)
rsync: opendir "/home/nico/.kde/share/apps/kmix" failed: Permission denied (13)
rsync: send_files failed to open "/home/nico/.kde/share/config/kateschemarc": Permission denied (13)
rsync error: some files/attrs were not transferred (see previous errors) (code 23) at main.c(1183) [sender=3.1.0]

Kup did not successfully complete the rsync backup job.
Any ideas how to fix it?
i have the folders on the server set up with 750 for securety reasons.
Any ideas how to fix it?
Thanks

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sideshow

2 years ago

Looks like you don't have permission to read those hidden folders in your home folder. Suggest you use a file manager to find out what permissions are needed to open those folders.

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avlas

2 years ago

Hi,

Not sure if has been requested before or not, but it would be very helpful. For instance, I want to exclude all hidden files and folders and this would be very easy this way.

There is an option for this in bup already: --exclude-rx, so I think this should be relatively easy to implement.

One may say that this can be done manually. But, beyond being more comfortable, it also has the advantage that it would continue working after new hidden files and folders are created, without each time having to check and remove them manually.

For instance, when using new applications, new hidden files and folders about settings are usually created, and if not wanted, this just represents spam in the backup. Some users may not be aware of this, or don't want to care about checking each time. Hence, this feature from bup would be very powerful...

Let me know what you think.

Thanks

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avlas

2 years ago

Forgot to say. It would be great to have that feature in the interface, but that may take more time. In the time being having the option to introduce it in kuprc would be nice.

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Kup Version 0.7.0 3 months ago

- Change system tray icon from simple popup menu to plasma applet - allows you to see status of backup plans there instead of having to open configuration window.
- Add progress reporting with percentage and transfer speed.
- Add option to pause and abort the saving of backups.
- Change folder layout of backups of sync type. Before you would need to go through layers of folders inside folders before reaching your files, now Kup tries to minimize this problem while still making sure that the folders have different names.
- Detect if user is shutting down system while saving of backup is ongoing - shows a warning and gives user a way to cancel shutting down.
- Kup now prevents power saving system from suspending or hibernating the computer while backup saving is ongoing.
- Kup now detects if laptop is on battery and in that case even fully automatic backups that normally don't ask first will now ask if a new backup should be saved.
- System tray icon will now stay hidden until saving of backup is long overdue. Before it would be shown anytime the backup drive was plugged in.
- Improve wording of some phrases and the icon choices in a few places to make things clearer.
- Add button for duplicating an existing backup plan.
- Add notification for successful completion of backup saving, before Kup would only notify you in case of problem.
- Fix a crash that could sometimes happen when loading a new configuration.
- A bunch of smaller bug fixes and layout improvements, mostly in the configuration module.

5 years ago

Kup Version 0.6.1
2016-06-13:
- Show hard drives that are not listed as hotpluggable, but still considered removable. Fixes some cases where a plugged in USB3 harddrive did not show up and could not be selected as backup destination.
- Now allows free selection of unreadable folders but instead warns the user about any unreadable files or folders in the set of current folders to be backed up.
- Now detects if there are any symbolic links being backed up that points to something not being backed up. Shows a warning in that case.
- Updated translations, added Bosnian language.
- Improved messages in the log file.
- Bugfix for the case of no folder selected in the source selection. The entire folder selection tree was impossible to use because of a bug in Qt.
Kup Version 0.6.0
2015-05-14:
- Ported the whole application to KDE Frameworks 5.
- Small bugfix for detecting problem with write permission for the backup destination.
- Please note that there are not so many other applications ported yet, so looking at files directly from backup archive (without restoring the files first) can be a problem. Applications based on KDE libraries version 4 will not be able to peek inside a bup backup archive. If you need that, keep using 0.5.1 instead.
- The default version linked from here is still 0.5.1, packages and source code for 0.6.0 is available at https://build.opensuse.org/package/show/home:simper:kup/kup-kf5
- Ubuntu packages are available at https://launchpad.net/~martin-loschwitz/+archive/ubuntu/kup/+files/kup_0.6.0-2_amd64.deb

Kup Version 0.5.1
2015-03-20:
- Bug fix for source selection: there was a situation where the folder selection collapsed and could not be expanded when dealing with hidden folders, this has now been fixed.
- Expand to show selected hidden folders when enabling "show hidden folders".
- Add ".local/share/Trash" as a default exclude for new backup plans.
- Change how includes and excludes are shown in the source selection, hopefully this way it should be clearer what will be backed up.
- Add an error message, correct some texts, update all translations. Contains big improvements to polish, german, italian and portugese translation.

Kup is now available in 12 languages, 7 of them are complete translations! The remaining 5 are about 70% translated.

Kup Version 0.5.0
2014-10-25:
- Add option to generate recovery information that can be used to fix broken bup backup archive.
- Add option to do integrity testing of bup archive every time a new backup is taken. In case something is broken and you are generating recovery information it will ask you if you want to try repairing the files.
- Now the configuration dialog warns about dataloss when using rsync in combination with fat32 or ntfs.
- Keep a log file of last backup job, can be viewed from system tray menu.
- Bugfix for viewing files in a bup archive containing more than 1000 separate backups.
- Cosmetic fixes and more informative texts in the configuration dialog.
- Add complete translation to Chinese(taiwan) and Lithuanian.

Kup Version 0.4.2
2014-05-09:
- Bug fix: store bup index in backup so that .bup folder in home directory is not needed, it was not being initialized anyway.. that was the real bug.
- Bug fix: allow user to select sources from /run. Internal hard drives could be mounted there, so it's a valid usage scenario.
- Bug fix: fix starting the monitoring process when enabling backups for the first time.

Kup Version 0.4.1
2014-03-15:
- Bug fix: detect when a new filesystem is mounted on a monitored path.
- Now with complete German, Polish, Russian, French, Portugese, Spanish, Tagalog, Swedish and Italian translations. Woohoo! A big "thank you" to all translators!

Kup Version 0.4.0
2014-01-25:
- Bug fix: detect encrypted partitions on external hard drives.
- Small update to keep up-to-date with new metadata format in bup v0.25
- Add German, Italian and Swedish translations. Tagalog and Spanish are still only partial.

Kup Version 0.4.0 beta 1
2013-10-08:
- Add kioslave for accessing files and folders directly from any git archive (including bup archives, of course!). Comes complete with support for metadata scheduled to be available with the soon-to-come 0.25 version of bup. Please test! Just type "bup://" in a kde-based filemanager (dolphin, konqueror, krusader et al)
- Add a new application called filedigger, it helps you find the right version of a file and then also helps you restore that file. You can open folders and files to have a look at them before restoring, thanks to the new kioslave.
- Add rsync-type of backups.

Please help test the above new features! And now is also the time to translate all the new texts, please help adding your language!

Kup Version 0.3.2
2013-05-20:
- Add german, italian and tagalog translations.
- Make it more difficult to create a backup plan without a destination. (Select first usb drive automatically when connected, warn user if no drive is selected when saving)

Kup Version 0.3.1
2013-03-09:
- Fix running with older versions of bup by removing compression level option, not useful for most people anyway.
- Check if bup is installed, notify user if not.
- Add spanish translation.

Kup Version 0.3
2013-02-20:
- Adds an option to take the backup as root. Useful when you want to backup system files which needs root access to read.
- Now checks if you are inactive (no mouse or keyboard activity) when accumulating usage time. For instance, Kup will no longer count time watching a movie on your computer as active usage time.
- Adds ability to configure which compression level is used for backups.
- Adds the option of selecting/deselecting hidden folders.
- Adds infrastructure for translations and a swedish translation. Help with other languages would be appreciated!
- Now sets the CPU and (on linux) the IO scheduler priority of the backup processes to be very nice, just to minimize risk of a running backup disturbing you.
- Fixes a couple of bugs in the folder selection tree.
- Shows more info about external drives connected and now also remembers more info about the drive you have selected.
- Now uses the bup index file in your home directory instead of having the index file located in the destination archive. This can perhaps give better performance in some scenarios, not tested.
- Adds a few hidden folders in your home directory as default excludes, should be useful for most people.

Kup Version 0.2
2012-02-13:
- Introduced a new scheduling mode, Usage. Monitors how long you've been logged in since last backup was taken and suggests new backup after configured number of hours. Made this scheduling mode the default.
- Made a new systray icon (supposed to look like a safe... you judge..).
- The progress notification thing was just ugly & annoying, removed it. Now just showing an animated icon when taking a backup.
- Added option to never ask user before starting to take a new backup.
- Improved error reporting
- Big code cleanup for more maintainable code
- Made the config module's way of detecting/starting the daemon process more reliable.
- Systray icon tooltip now contains info on backup plan status.
- Systray icon now shows up with a red warning symbol if a plan has "bad" status; more than three times the backup interval has passed since last backup.
- Bug fix, already plugged in devices didn't show up in the list for selecting external destination drive.
- Bug fix for local filesystem destination: now detects if destination folder becomes available after a mount.

Kup Version 0.1
2011-12-09:
- Initial release.

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