Back In Time Alternatives for Linux

Popular Alternatives to Back In Time for Linux. Explore 21 Linux apps like Back In Time, all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

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The list of alternatives was last updated: 10/15/2018 7:33:00 AM

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  • rsync

    rsync is a software application for Unix which synchronizes files and directories from one location to another while minimizing data transfer using delta encoding when appropriate. An important feature of rsync not found in most similar programs/protocols is that the mirroring takes place with only one transmission in each direction. rsync can copy or display directory contents and copy files, optionally using compression and recursion.

    Free Open Source Linux BSD Cygwin Mac Haiku

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  • Duplicati

    Duplicati is a backup client that securely stores encrypted, incremental, compressed backups on local storage, cloud storage services and remote file servers. The Duplicati project was inspired by Duplicity and had similar functionality until 2008. In that year the storage model was redesigned completely and the program was rebuilt from scratch. This manual describes Duplicati 2, the version based on the new storage model.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • CrashPlan PRO

    CrashPlan lets you automatically back up your hard drive to another computer. The program offers secure cloud storage, in addition to local backups, and continuous, minute-by-minute backup. All backed-up files are encrypted.

    • Discontinued Current subscribers were informed last year that CrashPlan Home is being discontinued in October 2018. The service has recommended users sign up with another home service like Carbonite, or for CrashPlan's own much more expensive business plan.

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  • Déjà Dup

    Déjà Dup is a simple backup tool. It hides the complexity of doing backups the 'right way' (encrypted, off-site, and regularly) and uses Duplicity as the backend. It features support for local or remote backup locations, including Amazon S3. It securely encrypts and compresses your data. It incrementally backs up, letting you restore from any particular backup. It schedules regular backups, and integrates well into your GNOME desktop.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • TimeShift

    TimeShift for Linux is an application that provides functionality similar to the System Restore feature in Windows and the Time Machine tool in Mac OS. TimeShift protects your system by taking incremental snapshots of the file system at regular intervals. These snapshots can be restored at a later date to undo all changes to the system. Snapshots are taken using rsync and hard-links. Common files are shared between snapshots which saves disk space.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • Veeam Agents

    Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows and Veeam Agent for Linux work with Veeam Availability Suite to deliver Availability for ALL workloads — virtual, physical and cloud — from a single management console, extending Veeam’s leadership position from being the best for VMware vSphere and Microsoft Hyper-V to #1 Availability for any app, any data on any cloud.

    Freemium $ $ $ Windows Linux

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  • Duplicity

    Duplicity is a software suite that provides encrypted, digitally signed, versioned, remote backup of files requiring little of the remote server. Duplicity devises a scheme where the first archive is a complete backup and subsequent backups are only adding differences from the first backup. Chains consisting of a full backup and a series of incremental backups can be recovered to the point in time that any of the incremental steps were taken at.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

  • Areca Backup

    Areca Backup is a file backup software which can be run on Windows or Linux. It creates backup copies (which can be encrypted and compressed) of your files and stores them on external drives, USB keys, FTP servers, supporting incremental, differential and full backups. It also allows you to browse your backups and navigate among different version of the files contained in your archives.

    • Discontinued Last Update: 2015-08-26. See https://sourceforge.net/projects/areca/

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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  • luckyBackup

    LuckyBackup is an application that backs-up and/or synchronizes any directories with the power of rsync. Its main features are: backup, safety, synchronization, exclude/only include options, allows custom rsync options, remote connections, restore and dry-run operations, scheduling, profiles and command line mode.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • Rsnapshot

    rsnapshot is a rsync based backup utillity, providing filesystem snapshot functionality. It can take incremental snapshots of local and remote filesystems for any number of machines.

    Free Open Source Mac Linux

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  • Systemback

    Simple system backup and restore application with extra features. Systemback makes it easy to create backups of system and users configuration files. In case of problems you can easily restore the previous state of the system. There are extra features like system copying, system installation and Live system creation.

    • Discontinued The project is no longer developed and supported. Last version, 1.8, released in May 2016, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • Restic

    Easy: Doing backups should be a frictionless process, otherwise you are tempted to skip it. Restic should be easy to configure and use, so that in the unlikely event of a data loss you can just restore it. Likewise, restoring data should not be complicated. Fast: Backing up your data with restic should only be limited by your network or hard disk bandwidth so that you can backup your files every day. Nobody does backups if it takes too much time.

    Free Open Source Windows Linux Arch Linux FreeBSD OpenBSD

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  • Duplicacy

    Duplicacy is a new generation cloud-backup tool supporting 5 major cloud-storage providers (Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure, Dropbox, and Backblaze), as well as local disks and SFTP servers (such as Mac/Linux computers or NAS boxes).

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

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  • rdiff-backup

    rdiff-backup backs up one directory to another, possibly over a network. The target directory ends up a copy of the source directory, but extra reverse diffs are stored in a special subdirectory of that target directory, so you can still recover files lost some time ago. The idea is to combine the best features of a mirror and an incremental backup.

    • Discontinued The product seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 1.2.8, released in March 2009, can be still downloaded from the official website.

    Free Open Source Windows Linux

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  • Cronopete

    Cronopete is a Linux clone of Time Machine , the backup utility for Mac from Apple. It aims to mimic it as closely as possible.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • lsyncd

    Lsyncd watches a local directory trees event monitor interface (inotify or fsevents). It aggregates and combines events for a few seconds and then spawns one (or more) process(es) to synchronize the changes. By default this is rsync. Lsyncd is thus a light-weight live mirror solution that is comparatively easy to install not requiring new filesystems or blockdevices and does not hamper local filesystem performance.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • LBackup

    An rsync based backup solution for *NIX based system(s), with a flexible scripting subsystem which provides a range of advanced features, customization and flexibility. LBackup is aimed at system administrators. A couple of examples of the bundled scripts which are specific to Mac OS X follow. These are just a taste of the flexibility the afforded by the scripting sub system within LBackup.

    Free Open Source Mac Linux

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  • MKSBackup

    MKSBackup is a free front-end for common backup tools like MS Windows ntbackup, and it successor wbadmin, Un*x tools like tar, but also popular ghettoVCB to backup Virtual Machine on VMware ESX(i) host. MKSBackup is developed in Python and is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux and other Un*x systems. MKSBackup is driven by a Command line interface and jobs are defined in an INI file.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • FlyBack

    FlyBack is an open source backup utility based on Git and modeled loosely after Apple's Time Machine. FlyBack creates incremental backups of files which can be restored at a later date. FlyBack presents a chronological view of a file system, allowing individual files or directories to be previewed or retrieved one at a time.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • snaprd

    Snaprd is a program that helps you to make backups of directories to another file system or server. You can run it on a server that has enough disk space and let it continuously fetch incremental changes from another server. Snaprd will make sure that only as many snapshots are created as match your given schedule or free space restrictions.

    Free Open Source Linux

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  • Time Drive

    With Time Drive it’s easy to keep all of your files files, photos, music and documents backed up. Just set it up, and then let Time Drive do the rest of the work. Should you ever delete a file that you needed, you can either quickly browse or search your archive for it. And if you need to restore a bunch of files, you can add as many as you like to the queue and restore them with a single click. While backup should be simple and easy, it should never compromise power or security.

    • Discontinued The Time Drive website (oak-tree.com) returns "access denied" from the top level down.

    Free Open Source Mac Linux

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