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backup-0.1-alpha.1 released

I am writing a backup utility for Debian systems, which will take advantage
of the fact that most of the system is already backed up in the form of
debian package files.  This will allow the user to store only his or her
personal and system configuration information.  This should be especially
usefull for those people who have to back their systems up to floppy disks.

This release contains only a TODO file, which is installed in /usr/doc/backup.
Those who are interested, may review this and comment.

(Note that this release announcement went only to debian-devel.  I expect
that this ``package'' should go into that experimental directory.)

Tue Aug 15 07:07:58 EDT 1995	;   David H. Silber  <dhs@firefly.com>

e0b203cc4a607e639873fa30eaad477b  backup-0.1-alpha.1.deb
678c99569a7cc04f6ab0fe2e59ff7318  backup-0.1-alpha.1.diff.gz
02d806d32be59d43f61ee5c8f2bcd07b  backup-0.1-alpha.1.tar.gz

-rw-r--r--   1 root     root         1778 Aug 15 07:07 backup-0.1-alpha.1.deb
-rw-r--r--   1 root     root           20 Aug 15 07:07 backup-0.1-alpha.1.diff.gz
-rw-r--r--   1 root     root         3483 Aug 15 07:07 backup-0.1-alpha.1.tar.gz

backup (0.1-alpha.1)
  * Swiped debian.* files from uucp and modified to fit backup.
  * Wrote up some thoughts in TODO.

 -- David H. Silber <dhs@firefly.com>  Tue Aug 15 07:07:58 EDT 1995

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