Kbackup is a program that lets you back up any directories or files. It uses an easy to use directory tree to select the things to back up and lets you save your settings in "profile" files. These are simple textfiles containing definitions for directories and files to be included or excluded from the backup process.


Usage: kbackup [Qt-options] [KDE-options] [profile]


Generic options:

  --help                    Show help about options
  --help-qt                 Show Qt specific options
  --help-kde                Show KDE specific options
  --help-all                Show all options
  --author                  Show author information
  -v, --version            Show version information
  --license                 Show license information


  profile                   Start with given profile


  --script <file>           Script to run after finishing one archive slice
  --auto <profile>          Automatically run the backup with the given profile
                              and terminate when done.
  --autobg <profile>        Automatically run the backup with the given profile
                              in the background (without showing a window)
                              and terminate when done.
  --verbose                 In autobg mode be verbose and print every
                              single filename during backup
  --forceFull               In auto/autobg mode force the backup to be a full backup
                              instead of acting on the profile settings


Kbackup was written by Martin Koller <[email protected]>.

This man-page was created by Scott Kitterman <[email protected]> and is licensed under the same terms as kbackup.