Re: Backup script
On Thu, 2011-06-02 at 02:26 +0100, Tom Furie wrote:
> On Thu, Jun 02, 2011 at 03:03:18AM +0200, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
> > It's also very time consuming to compile all the apps again, that need
> > to be compiled, the kernel, jack2 from svn etc.. Just saving the data
> > isn't an option.
> So, backup your configs, data, and prebuilt source trees ready for a
> "sudo make install" run?
It takes just some minutes to restore a complete install from an
archive, IMO it makes no sense to make a deafult install and then to
copy back configs and data and to install additional stuff. And what is
a default install? You might have a combination of the default install
and upgrades and you don't know if you would get the same upgraded
package versions again from a repository.
Btw. at the moment I can't install libslv2-dev, because there's a
dependency missing for Debian stable?!
If I should e.g. solve this issue, I won't have to do this again, when a
backup is needed.