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Backup & restore Gnome Desktop and all settings in Gnome


I'm looking for scripts to backup & restore Gnome Desktop and all settings in Gnome.

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backintime-gnome(1)						   USER COMMANDS					       backintime-gnome(1)

backintime-gnome - a simple backup tool for Gnome. SYNOPSIS
backintime-gnome [ [--snapshots] path | --backup | --backup-job | --snapshots-path | --snapshots-list | --snapshots-list-path | --last-snapshot | --last-snapshot-path | --help | --version | --license ] DESCRIPTION
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 page. If you want to run it as root you need to use 'gksu'. OPTIONS
path go directly to the specified file/folder -s, --snapshots show snapshots dialog for the specified path (only if there is no other dialog displayed) -b, --backup take a snapshot now (if needed) --backup-job take a snapshot (if needed) depending on schedule rules (used for cron jobs) --snapshots-path display path where is saves the snapshots (if configured) --snapshots-list display the list of snapshot IDs (if any) --snapshots-list-path display the paths to snapshots (if any) --last-snapshot display last snapshot ID (if any) --last-snapshot-path display the path to the last snapshot (if any) -h, --help display a short help -v, --version show version --license show license SEE ALSO
backintime, backintime-kde4. Back In Time also has a website: AUTHOR
This manual page was written by BIT Team(<>). version 1.0.10 Mars 2009 backintime-gnome(1)

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