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Bug#69197: base: Inadequate backup instructions and tools

On 23 Aug 2000 16:23:47 -0400, Adam Di Carlo <adam@onshore.com> wrote:
 > era eriksson <era@suespammers.org> writes:
 >> I know how to do that. A naive user who is getting acquainted with
 >> Unix in general and Debian in particular is probably completely
 >> ignorant about backup tools and procedures. My point is that while the
 >> Debian handbook (or whatever it's called) says a lot about how you get
 >> up and running, and stay that way, it doesn't even mention making
 >> backups.
 > That's a valid point.  You should probably point this out to
 > debian-doc, where we deal with generalities of debian documnetation,
 > perhaps file a bug against the faq (not even sure the pkg name), etc.?

I get the impression from bugs.debian.org that only the receiving end
can reclassify bugs. The package for the FAQ appears to be doc-debian
and while technically this probably isn't a FAQ, the Debian FAQ does
seem to be one good place to mention something about backup procedures
(there's a section called "Keeping Your Debian System Up To Date" but
that's not exactly about keeping it running -- but perhaps it could be

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