backupninja 0.9.10-1ubuntu1 source package in Ubuntu


backupninja (0.9.10-1ubuntu1) precise; urgency=low

  * pkglibdir-FTBFS-fix.diff: Backport fix for pkglibdir not
    being a legitimate directory for 'SCRIPTS'
 -- Andrew Starr-Bochicchio <email address hidden>   Tue, 03 Apr 2012 10:44:51 -0400

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Andrew Starr-Bochicchio on 2012-04-03
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Precise release on 2012-04-03 universe admin


Precise: [FULLYBUILT] i386


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backupninja_0.9.10.orig.tar.gz 97.2 KiB 09ae04eab2ef817c94fe15fc195ffbd79c62b6c268eee3dbc9f71eeea1eedf0c
backupninja_0.9.10-1ubuntu1.debian.tar.gz 13.4 KiB 1e8b4fec579e2bc115e0aebc0a91b6126050f40a48c46951c09d3720a5fd46f2
backupninja_0.9.10-1ubuntu1.dsc 2.1 KiB 6912fde950d451f5cbdb912289e32f0ea853e16eb7bf19f2280334f7a2b6578f

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backupninja: lightweight, extensible meta-backup system

 Backupninja lets you drop simple config files in /etc/backup.d to
 coordinate system backups. Backupninja is a master of many arts,
 including incremental remote filesystem backup, and MySQL backup.
 By creating simple drop-in handler scripts, backupninja can learn new skills.
 Backupninja is a silent flower blossom death strike to lost data.
 In addition to backing up regular files, Backupninja has handlers to ease
 backing up: Maildir, MySQL, PostgreSQL, SVN, Trac, hardware and system
 information, as well as the output from custom shell scripts.
 Backupninja currently supports common backup utilities, easing their
 configuration, currently supported are: rdiff-backup, duplicity, rsync
 and CD/DVD.
 Most handlers have their own dependencies/recommendations, shown in brackets
  - dup [duplicity]
  - rdiff [rdiff-backup]
  - sys [debconf-utils, hwinfo, mdadm]
  - makecd [genisoimage, wodim]
  - rsync [rsync]
  - svn [subversion]
  - tar [bzip2]