dthomas53 at gmail.com
Fri Jun 23 12:52:46 UTC 2006
An even better alternative (IMHO) is Bacula <http://bacula.org/>. It
supports a wide range of
including Windows PCs (backup client only). As for a GUI, it only comes with
a web interface only useful to those who backup strictly to disk or CDs. It
also comes with some text-based console utilities for Windows and Gnome to
help centralize management, but most of your work will still have to be
done on the backup server anyway. And, of course, the documentation is
On 6/23/06, Martin Hepworth <maxsec at gmail.com> wrote:
> Another vote for amanda - no gui, the the command line is easy.
> On 6/23/06, Andreas Wideroe Andersen <andreas-ml at wideroe.net> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I'm looking for a free (ports?) backup sollutions for FreeBSD
> > servers. I would like to have something similare to IBM's Tivoli
> > where you install a client on each server and administer the backup
> > from another server with a web gui.
> > Are there similare sollutions found for FreeBSD?
> > Thanks!
> > Andreas
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