Konserve 0.10.3 review

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Konserve is a small backup application for the KDE 3.x environment

License: GPL (GNU General Public License)
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Developer: Michael Bieligk
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Konserve is a small backup application for the KDE 3.x environment. It lives in the system tray and is able to create backups of several directories or files periodically.

Konserve uses standard KDE network transparency to upload your backups to wherever you want (for example a ftp server). It is also possible to restore an incidently deleted file or directory from a backup file with just one mouse click.

It supports drag and drop and provides a wizard that helps you with the first steps in using Konserve.


See file INSTALL for the detailed installation instructions. Please note that this program _expects_ to be installed in the standard KDE directory structure. If it is not it won't load its icons and the documentation correctly. One way to make sure Konserve will be installed in the right place is to use configure in the following way:

./configure --prefix=$(kde-config --prefix)

'make uninstall' removes all files of Konserve installed by 'make install' except those directories that are considered standard directories of the KDE directory structure.

What's New in This Release:
Konserve now respects an interval of several days between two backups
Backing up directories works again
Creating new backup profiles with one file as the source and one file as the destination fixed
Updated documentation

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