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Krsync

   0.4.1.1  

KDE Archiving/Backup

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Krsync
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   Kommander
Downloads:  2425
Submitted:  Oct 28 2007
Updated:  May 5 2009

Description:

Krsync is a GUI for rsync. You can copy/sychronize your data from source to target.

Requirements:
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- KDE 3.4 or higher with kmdr-executor or KDE 4.X with kmdr-executor
- kdesudo
- rsync 2.6.9 or higher

kommander-kde4 doesn't work!

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run root mode:
kdesu kmdr-executor /PATH/krsync.kmdr

run user mode:
kmdr-executor /PATH/krsync.kmdr


Not all (k)rsync functions works in user mode!

Some filesystems for example fat and vfat does not support all unix/linux feature. If you have an usb-hdd with fat filesystem you can't use the options --perms, --owner and --group!




Changelog:

Version: 0.1 Alpha
- First public release

Version: 0.2 Alpha
- Add dry run mode
- Add profiles
- Add user defined options
- Add logfile option
- Add path changer

Version: 0.3 Alpha
- Add write shell script function
- Add user/root mode
- Add tool tips
- Add error messages
- Add super option

Version: 0.4 Beta
- Add local disc space check
- Add better error handling
- Add german translation
- Add install script

Version: 0.4 RC1
- Bug fix setglobal for old Kommander version
- Bug fix desktop links

Version: 0.4 RC2
- Add Italian translation
- Corrects spelling errors

Version: 0.4
- Fix root desktop link

Version 0.4.1
- Add log file rotation

Version 0.4.1.1
- Add KDE 4 support




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 log file rotation

 
 by reaton3 on: Jan 26 2008
 
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I have been using this program for several weeks and it functions great. The only feature I would like to see added is to append a numerical suffix to the log file name and increment it automatically with each backup if a previous log file already exists.


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 Works :-)

 
 by Multimedia4Linux on: May 7 2008
 
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Filename example:
backup_`date +%Y-%m-%d`.log

=> backup_2008-05-07.log


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 good job done

 
 by carlosalmonteiro on: May 11 2008
 
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How about log file rotation like previous requested feature ?


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 Re: good job done

 
 by nadavkav on: Jun 18 2008
 
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i changed this line (install.sh)
if ! [ -z "$(cat /etc/lsb-release|grep -i Ubuntu)" ]; then

too...
if ! [ -z "$(lsb_release -d|grep -i Debian)" ]; then

to get it installed in my debian system.

please see if you can add cron support :-)

great great application !!!
sueper thanks :-)


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 Re: good job done

 
 by mxttie on: Jan 27 2009
 
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+1


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 kdesudo?

 
 by mxttie on: Jan 27 2009
 
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great app! but why the kdesudo dependency? it doesn't seem very popular. why not use kdesu instead?

thanks


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 exclusions

 
 by mxttie on: Jan 27 2009
 
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forgot my feature request :) I think a lot of times you want to exclude some files/dirs, it would be great if there were an extra tab where those exclusions could be mentioned (each line = an exclusion). I understand it is now possible through the custom options but I believe exclusions deserve their own tab :) what do you think?

btw, I really like that you can see the tooltip for each option explaining which rsync option is being used!


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