2007/4/9, Cian Davis <davisc at skynet.ie>:
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> I've been looking for a decent backup solution for a while. It was
> complicated by the fact that I was looking for a mainly windows one
> that could be read from Ubuntu but now I've decided to go totally Ubuntu.
>> First off, is there any program that will look at your hard disk and
> figure out the best way to divide the FS into DVD sized chunks either
> with very standard compression (e.g. gzip) or not at all? Some logical
> way of dividing the FS would be helpful.
>> I'd really prefer not to have to use a backup program that requires
> the whole dataset to be reassembled before it's any use or use some
> custom archiving format, even if you can actually get at the files
> disc by disc.
>> Any suggestions?
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