|Subject:||[rdiff-backup-users] Have problems with --no-compression|
|Date:||Wed, 20 Jun 2007 17:16:41 -0700|
|User-agent:||Lmail 220.127.116.11 (X11/20070529)|
This is my little backup
script so far...|
rdiff-backup /home/frazelle09/Documents /home/frazelle09/Network/JALALFRAZELLE/200Gig/HomeBackups
however it compresses the new files, so i tried --no-compression, like so...
rdiff-backup --no-compression /home/frazelle09/Documents /home/frazelle09/Network/JALALFRAZELLE/200Gig/HomeBackups
but then the script tries to run and reports a large number of errors. (1)
i understood that this command could be used one, for example, then not used, and then used again, etc. and wouldn't break anything. Am i missing something here?
As a second question, i have saved the script in a text file and named it backup.sh and set it as executable, but it doesn't seem to run when i try to click on it. It runs o.k. when i use a Terminal and sudo. Ug. What do i need to do here?
Thank you for your help and have a great afternoon! :)
p.d. i was trying to use Keep, 0.4, but sometimes it would work and then later seemed to report the same errors as in (1) above.
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