One of the reasons I use Linux is because it allows me to get a lot of work done without the added distraction of malware. However, just because malware isn’t a threat to my desktop doesn’t mean that I shouldn’t backup my data. Linux isn’t fail proof and anyone who values their data is a fool if they don’t have a solid backup plan in place.
In this article, we’ll examine different tools that are used to backup desktop Linux installations. From the easy to use to the more in-depth, I’ll explore multiple options. (Read the rest at Datamation.com)