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Backing Up Linux to Backblaze B2 with Duplicity and Restic

By | October 19th, 2017

…configure Backblaze B2 with Restic on Linux, in which we show how to set up Restic for use with B2 and how to back up and restore a home directory from Linux to B2. Which is Linux Backup Method is Right for You? While Duplicity is a popular, widely-available, and useful program, many users of cloud storage such as B2…

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An Invitation for CrashPlan Customers: Try Backblaze

By | August 22nd, 2017

…to use. elforesto Disabling deduplication over WAN connections helps a lot with CrashPlan. cjacja i’m quickly getting the idea that non-support for linux is a business decision, not a technical decision. Linux uses tend to have more data. They tend to have Linux based file severs with multi-terrabye RAID. Backblaze would loose money on average with Linux. I which they’d…

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Brian’s 10 Rules for how to write cross-platform code

By | December 15th, 2008

…where a small desktop component (running on either Windows or Macintosh) encrypts and then transmits users’ files across the internet to our datacenters (running Linux.) We use the same ‘C’ and ‘C++’ libraries on Windows, Mac, and Linux interchangeably. I estimate it slows down software development by about 5 percent overall to support all three platforms. However, I run into…

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Our Readers Respond on the Best Solution for Managing Digital Photos and Videos

By | January 26th, 2018

…files. An easy-to-use Windows, Macintosh, or Linux client was a feature that many appreciated. Some were comfortable with using third-party apps for cloud storage and others wanted a client supplied by the storage vendor. A number of users like the combination of NAS and cloud. Many backed up their NAS devices to the cloud. Some suggested that the NAS should…

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All-In on Unlimited Backup

By | February 6th, 2018

…David Greer I switched from Mozy to Backblaze because you have kept your unlimited policy. I did the same for my wife’s computer. Thanks for being there and keeping your promises Gleb. bishoptf Would be great if you had a native Linux client but you keep ignoring us :( Malcolm Dean Show your commitment by providing a Linux desktop…

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B2, or not B2, that is the question

By | December 22nd, 2015

Linux won’t be able to use Backblaze personal backup. Which is a shame. I think if you made a personal backup service for linux only users and it was 10$/month unlimited and with a proper client like on Windows and Mac lot’s of Linux users would do that! Rōnin Dusette Yeah. Making Linux users script everything for a simple backup…

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12 B2 Power Tips for New Users

By | January 3rd, 2018

…data centers, and see how much data you could theoretically transfer in a day, at 6 No Matter What Type of Data you Have, B2 Can Handle It You can transfer any type or amount of data to B2 from any device that can connect to the internet, including Windows, Macintosh, Linux, servers, mobile devices, external drives, and NAS….

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Wanted: Sales Engineer

By | January 9th, 2018

…keep copious notes. Your checklists have their own checklists. You are versed in: The fundamentals of Windows, Linux and Mac OS X operating systems. You shouldn’t be afraid to use a command line. Building, installing, integrating and configuring applications on any operating system. Debugging failures – reading logs, monitoring usage, effective google searching to fix problems excites you. The basics…

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