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I feel happy when learning new things and feel satisfaction when sharing. Since Linux is my Love and you know that talking, sharing, linking, discovering about "Darling" is lovely experience. I started this Data Backup/Restore/Disaster Recovery Information Sharing Series due to my own hard experience of Data Backups and Recovery. Some time you need urgent information in one place, no time to search Google, just a quick and dirty setup to get going on.It's not my own work, it's just a community effort to make a quick list of such utilities, programs and ways that help in emergency and later for good backup solutions.
That's why whenever I find, learn or think that such information may be valuable to someone in difficult
times; I share informative link(s)...Anyway Keep Sharing & Keep Smiling */
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Your first reaction to seeing this title might be - why the hell would I care what some pompous prick out there perceives as his backup strategy? The simple answer is, that self-aware lad happens to be me, which means you ought to listen - and listen good [sic].
All right, on a more serious note, having a sane and tested backup strategy for your personal data is the most important component of your computing life. It is more important than UPS, anti-malware or anything else you can think of. Because your hardware will fail one day, a guaranteed 100% bet......