Last night I installed OpenSuSE 12.1 (i586) on a HP Mini 110 laptop. And I selected GNOME as my Desktop during install...
So I was trying to customize some things about the desktop, for example adding the Maximize/Minimize/Close options to the titlebar of a window.
I did this... (2 Replies)
Hello, I just installed Fedora 16 and wanted to add some apps to startup but realized System settings has only a small setup of utilities and does not have option for adding apps to startup. Also it's missing some other icons that I see on my Rhat 6.2 . I'm logged in as user from admin group but it... (2 Replies)
I'm looking for options for displaying a persistent, security banner on a Solaris 10 workstation running JDS that would display at the top of each workspace for all users, have the option to change the color and the capability to add text to the banner.
The company I work for has used JEDI for... (5 Replies)
Does anyone know where to alter the default gnome setup that SLED 10.2 does?
I work for a big company and we have a huge issue with SLED adding the "main-menu" gnome panel applet thingie....
Is there any way to exchange this process for ex the... (0 Replies)
I want user, have umask 007, i just add in .bashrc and working, but our user using GDM for login, so I just add umask in /etc/profile. Is ther other way to put umask than in /etc/profile if using GDM?
How to make .bash_profile with our define(default with my setting).
Thank you. (1 Reply)
When ever gnome desktop crashes, is it write errors to any log files? if yes please let me know log file name and path for the same.
Thanks in advance for your inputs.
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backintime-gnome(1) USER COMMANDS backintime-gnome(1)NAME
backintime-gnome - a simple backup tool for Gnome.
backintime-gnome [ [--snapshots] path | --backup | --backup-job | --snapshots-path | --snapshots-list | --snapshots-list-path |
--last-snapshot | --last-snapshot-path | --help | --version | --license ]
Back In Time is a simple backup tool for Linux. This is the Gnome version. For more information about Back In Time see backintime man
If you want to run it as root you need to use 'gksu'.
path go directly to the specified file/folder
show snapshots dialog for the specified path (only if there is no other dialog displayed)
take a snapshot now (if needed)
take a snapshot (if needed) depending on schedule rules (used for cron jobs)
display path where is saves the snapshots (if configured)
display the list of snapshot IDs (if any)
display the paths to snapshots (if any)
display last snapshot ID (if any)
display the path to the last snapshot (if any)
display a short help
Back In Time also has a website: http://backintime.le-web.org
This manual page was written by BIT Team(<firstname.lastname@example.org>).
version 1.0.10 Mars 2009 backintime-gnome(1)