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|Initial release||17 December 2005|
1.2.8 / 4 May 2020
|License||GNU General Public License|
Rsync is a well-known tool for backups in Linux system, which supplies needs to copy a group of files and folders. It can backup every local folder, support SSH tunneling, delta-only synchronization and so on.
But Grsync adds ability for such purposes in graphical user interfaces. rsync's needs learning a pretty complex set of arguments. It is much easier to backup files rather than using rsync in command-line.
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- Kereki, Federico (14 April 2009). "The rsync family". developerWorks. IBM.
- Dirscherl, Hans-Christian (20 July 2009). "Daten-Backup mit Grsync". Freenet (in German).
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