Provided by: sbackup_0.9-1_all bug

NAME

       SIMPLE-BACKUP - programm suite to do a simple desktop backups

SYNOPSIS

       sbackupd
       srestore.py source-tdir-uri source-filename [target-filename]
       simple-backup-config
       simple-restore-gnome
       upgrade_backups.py target-directory-uri

DESCRIPTION

       This manual page documents briefly the Simple Backup Suite commands.

       Simple  Backup  Suite  is a set of programs that allow to do simple and
       complex backups with GUI tools only.

OPTIONS

       A summary of options is included below.

       URI    Within SBackup an URI can be either a path to a  local  file  or
              directory  or  a  reference  of a remote SSH server in a form of
              ssh://username:password@example.com/remote/directory/.
              Generally any GnomeVFS accessible location should work.

       target-directory-uri
              This is an URI of a directory where all backups are held in.
              Default: /var/backup/

       source-tdir-uri
              This  ir an URI a subdirectory of a specific backup image, it is
              usually a subdirectory of the target-directory-uri.
              Example: /var/backup/2005-08-12_00:00:02.422308.example.inc

       source-filename
              Name of a file or directory to restore

       target-filename
              Where to restore the file or directory to. This can be a name of
              a  file  or  a  directory.   Non-existing  directories  will  be
              created. Existing files will be renamed out of the way.  If this
              parameter  is ommited, then the target filename will be the same
              as the source filename and the file will be restored to the same
              location that it was taken from on backup.

SEE ALSO

       tar(1),

AUTHOR

       Simple    Backup    Suite    was    written    by    Aigars    Mahinovs
       <aigarius@debian.org>.

       This manual page was written by Aigars Mahinovs  <aigarius@debian.org>,
       for the Debian project (but may be used by others).

                                  20.08.2005                        SBACKUP(8)