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bakonf

bakonf is a tool for making backups of configuration files on GNU/Linux or Unix-like systems. It uses various methods to reduce the size of the backups it creates, and is designed to be useful for unattended remote servers.

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  •  28 Jan 2008 00:09

    Release Notes: This release fixes filename charset/encoding issues.

    •  08 Feb 2004 15:06

      Release Notes: Compatibility with Python 2.3 was fixed.

      •  20 Dec 2002 13:49

        Release Notes: This release drops the RPM 4.1 requirement, and bakonf now runs on any Unix-like machine which has Python 2.2 and a few modules (including optik and tarfile).

        •  17 Dec 2002 03:32

          Release Notes: Changing one wrong stat to lstat, and a fix for an error when a path couldn't be stat'ed.

          •  14 Dec 2002 23:16

            Release Notes: This release introduces the need for python package 'tarfile' (http://www.gustaebel.de/lars/tarfile/) and python-bz2 (http://python-bz2.sf.net/), but the added advantage is that the program doesn't spawn tar anymore.

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