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[ BackupPC ][ 4.1.5.0 ] Open Source Backup to disk
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Module is available for:

x64_OS5/OS7 - last version - 4.1.5.0
x86_OS5/OS6 - last version - 4.1.5.0

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4.1.3.0 - http://s.go.ro/txoxhlrs
4.1.5.0 - http://s.go.ro/g2vyyfuk
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Dependencies:
ModBase1 > 1.07.06
apache24 > 2.4.29.0
Perl526 > 1.00.00
LocalDisplay for graphs display

Backups stored as default in /raid/data/BackupPC

About:

http://backuppc.sourceforge.net/

BackupPC is a high-performance, enterprise-grade system for backing up Linux and WinXX PCs and laptops to a server's disk. BackupPC is highly configurable and easy to install and maintain.

Given the ever decreasing cost of disks and raid systems, it is now practical and cost effective to backup a large number of machines onto a server's local disk or network storage. This is what BackupPC does. For some sites, this might be the complete backup solution. For other sites, additional permanent archives could be created by periodically backing up the server to tape. A variety of Open Source systems are available for doing backup to tape.

BackupPC is written in Perl and extracts backup data via SMB using Samba, tar over ssh/rsh/nfs, or rsync.[Image: image.png]

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Can you make this compatible with x86 OS5?
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i will...but will take a while cause many things to compile
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added x86. Probably will not work for the first time, somebody with x86 arch have to try it and provide feedback
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Hi,

looks like the apache version number wasnt updated in 2.4.29(or 2.2.29 is actually 2.4.28 and named wrong?)
it shows as 2.4.28 when i install 2.4.29..

2018/01/21 08:38:47: The App will install/upgrade, please do not reload or close the admin UI
2018/01/21 08:39:55: App Name : [ Apache2.4.X_PHP7.X ]
2018/01/21 08:39:55: App Version: [ 2.4.28.0 ]
2018/01/21 08:39:55: backup apache24 Config File and data folder into /raid/data/module/backup/apache24/
2018/01/21 08:39:55: hasta la vista, baby!
2018/01/21 08:39:58: App is installing ...
2018/01/21 08:40:22: data and config folders detected in /raid/data/module/backup/apache24/ and use it
2018/01/21 08:40:22: create directory
2018/01/21 08:40:22: copy directory
2018/01/21 08:40:32: done
2018/01/21 08:40:32: Apache Web Server
2018/01/21 08:40:32: on your mark, get set, GO!
2018/01/21 08:40:34: App installation successful.


I didnt reboot my NAS(i dont i should have to) but it did restart apache server via the gui and it still shows incorrect version number.

N4810 OS7 3.02.02.11

i have a info.php file and when i check it the php version also appears the be incorrect,it should be 7.1.12?
Apache Version
Apache/2.4.28 (Unix) OpenSSL/1.0.2k PHP/7.1.10
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somehow i created the package with the old version not the last one built. I will fix it asap
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(21-01-2018, 02:52 PM)Blackbear199 Wrote: Hi,

looks like the apache version number wasnt updated in 2.4.29(or 2.2.29 is actually 2.4.28 and named wrong?)
it shows as 2.4.28 when i install 2.4.29..


I didnt reboot my NAS(i dont i should have to) but it did restart apache server via the gui and it still shows incorrect version number.

N4810 OS7 3.02.02.11

i have a info.php file and when i check it the php version also appears the be incorrect,it should be 7.1.12?
Apache Version
Apache/2.4.28 (Unix) OpenSSL/1.0.2k PHP/7.1.10

download again the module, hope is OK now
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Thanks
everything install fine.
the link for the modbase module is incorrect(it goes to the ombi module).
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pffff....i will fix it too Smile
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The module installed properly, but when I try to configure the backup server, I get following error messages:
Error: No save due to errors
Error: NmbLookupPath must be a valid executable path
Error: RrdToolPath must be a valid executable path
Error: SplitPath must be a valid executable path

looks like the executables nmblookup, rrdtool and split are missing on my NAS...
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