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kdar

   2.0.7  

KDE Archiving/Backup

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Link:  Link
Minimum required   KDE 3.4.x
Downloads:  14026
Submitted:  Jan 25 2004
Updated:  Sep 30 2005

Description:

The "KDE Disk archiver" (KDar) is a disk-based archiving and backup utility.

This is the eighth release in the KDar-2.0 series. KDar-2.0.7 fixes a bug in the command export -A option where archive extensions were not trimmed.

Peter Landgren has provided an update of the Swedish translation which corrects some misspellings.

Enjoy,
JB

If you have problems opening an archive, go to the encryption module of the main configuration dialog and make sure that the encryption type matches the one used to create the archive (i.e. "none", or "blowfish").

Encryption detection will be automated in a future KDar release.

See the Changelog for details.

KDar-2.0.7 requires dar-2.2.x or greater (libdar 3.0.x)(2.2.3 recommended) and at least kde-3.4.x (kde-3.3.x might work).

If you experience problems compiling, please check out the kdar-users mailing list archives first.
(kdar-users@lists.sourceforge.net).

The KDar-2.0.7 source is available at
http://sourceforge.net/projects/kdar

Cheers,
JB

Detailed description:

KDar is built around the "disk archive library" by Denis Corbin, and is analogous to the tape archiver shell command "tar", but is more suited for backups onto disk-based media, such as CD-R, DVD, Jazz, Zip, other hard-drives, etc.

KDar can perform full and differential backups with or without compression. Archives can be split to fit various media types.

A filtering mechanism allows you to select which files and directories to backup or restore, and which files to compress.

See http://kdar.sourceforge.net for screenshots, online documentation, and more info.




Changelog:

KDar-2.0.7:
-Fixed the command export -A option bug (#1293717)
-Swedish translation update (spelling fixes).

KDar-2.0.6:
- Fixed export command bug#1235759 (missing quotes on -c and -R switches)

KDar-2.0.5:
- Fixed bug#1190416, where progress window shows CDR for media type even when splitting archives is turned off.
- Updated Swedish translation courtesy of Peter Landgren.




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(Dar FC3 RPM (2.2.1))
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 SuSE 10.1 V2.0.7

 
 by linux3114a on: Jun 1 2006
 
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kdar-2.0.7-1.lotus.i586.rpm
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http://home.tiscali.be/raoul.linux/downloadSuSE10.1.htm


ENJOY !!!


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 libdar not found

 
 by anoopkeni on: Oct 7 2006
 
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Hi,

I'm using FC5, when I run ./configure command for KDar I get a error message saying libdar is not found. When I searched for it was in /usr/local/lib, the .so file

This is how the installation went:

I downloaded dar (dar-2.3.1.tar.gz) from sourceforge and compiled using make and installed dar 2.3.1 , using make. It works fine.

later I downloaded KDar-2.0.7 from sourceforge, and the configure fails.

I believe this must be a simple issue but a common one. I searched on the net for hours and without a solution.

Someone suggested that Kdar looks for library path in /usr/lib but we have to add /usr/local/lib to PATH also. I need to know how to do that as Im new to this environment.

Can you please provide me all the necessary links for KDar to get it up and running.

Thanks.





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 Automated Backups?

 
 by Kwilliam on: Jan 28 2007
 
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I'd really like it if Kdar could make it's own cron files, so that I could set it to do an incrimental backup everyday, a full backup every month, automatically delete backups that are more thon X days old, etc.

I really like the dar utility: it has built in compression that lets you list it's contents without extracting the file, you can extract files from the archive without extracting the entire archive, it supports incremental backups, and it breaks backups into disk sized chunks, which makes writing them to CD's or DVD's much easier. Unfortunately evey simple backup utility that automates backups either doesn't use compression or uses tar.gz files, which simply isn't as nice.

Any chance you could add automation of backups (and removal of old backups)?


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