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Re: snapshot driver



In article <5959EA4638D8734599AB75EAAFBB6FEFBD7B28@mtv01ex04.mindtree.com> you write:
>Hi,
>I am supposed to be developing a snapshot driver for Linux for backing up
>volumes. Is there an open source project or code base from where I can start
>my development?

I'd be tempted to help, but not with this stupid disclaimer attached
to your email. debian-devel is a PUBLIC MAILING LIST.

>Regards,
>Manu.
>
>
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Steve McIntyre, Cambridge, UK.                                steve@einval.com
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