Provided by: backintime-gnome_1.0.34-0.1_all bug


       backintime-gnome - a simple backup tool for Gnome.


       backintime-gnome [ --profile <profile name> | --profile-id <profile id> ] [ --keep-mount ]
       [ --quiet ] [ --config PATH ] [ --checksum ] [ --backup | --backup-job |  --snapshots-path
       |  --snapshots-list  |  --snapshots-list-path  |  --last-snapshot | --last-snapshot-path |
       --unmount | --benchmark-cipher [SIZE] |  --pw-cache  [start|stop|restart|reload|status]  |
       --decode  [PATH] | --restore [WHAT [WHERE [SNAPSHOT_ID]]] | --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 page.

       If you want to run it as root you need to use 'gksu'.

OPTIONS (use these before other actions)

       --profile <profile name>
              select profile by name

       --profile-id <profile id>
              select profile by id

              Don't    unmount    on    exit.   Only   valid   with   --snapshots-list-path   and

              suppress status messages on standard output.

       --config PATH
              read config from PATH.

              force to use checksum for checking if files have been changed. This is the same  as
              'Use  checksum  to detect changes' in Options. But you can use this to periodically
              run checksums from cronjobs.


       -b, --backup
              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)

              Unmount the profile.

       --benchmark-cipher [SIZE]
              Show a benchmark of all ciphers for ssh transfer.

       --pw-cache [start|stop|restart|reload|status]
              Control the Password Cache Daemon. If no argument is given the Password Cache  will
              start in foreground.

       --decode [PATH]
              decode encrypted PATH. If no PATH is given Backintime will read paths from standard

       --restore [WHAT [WHERE [SNAPSHOT_ID]]]
              Restore file WHAT to path WHERE from snapshot SNAPSHOT_ID. If arguments are missing
              they will be prompted. To restore to the original path WHERE can be an empty string
              '' or just press Enter at the prompt. SNAPSHOT_ID can be an index (starting with  0
              for   the   last   snapshot)   or   the   exact   SnapshotID   (19  caracters  like

       -h, --help
              display a short help

       -v, --version
              show version

              show license


       backintime, backintime-kde4, backintime-config.

       Back In Time also has a website:


       This manual page was written by BIT Team(<>).