[sf-lug] List of open source backup programs

RBV GoodWriter2548 at earthlink.net
Tue May 13 12:40:10 PDT 2008

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> Quoting RBV (GoodWriter2548 at earthlink.net):
> In other words, IMO, stating the issue as finding "an open source  
> alternative to Ghost" is overdefining the problem, and one is much  
> better off keeping it simple, Unix style.

Thanks -- very useful contribution!  It led me to reflect that one of  
the truly great things about living in a democracy, as well as one of  
the great things about the ongoing "dumbing down" of Linux, is that  
we're not obliged to do things one (old) way.  Yay!

Cheers & have a nice day,

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