This very simple example shows
Filemirror syncing two directories, one called docs, and the other
called doc_backup. Files that are out of date are colored red, and
files that are new, and haven't been backed up, are colored green.
Filemirror will copy files in both directions, to keep the directories
in sync. The graphical preview lets you see before you sync what's
going to happen.
- GUI-based file and directory backup
- Graphical preview of the state of your files, before you
- Connects over your network to Windows machines, or to other
Linux machines, to compare and back up files across the network
- Supports many different sessions, allowing you to switch
between them with a pull-down selection
- Easy to configure
- Includes built-in help
Where can I get Filemirror?
Filemirror is an open-source application. You can download it
Filemirror runs on Linux. You can download the source code and
build it yourself, or you can download the RPM packages and install it
pre-built. Filemirror uses the Qt
GUI toolkit, and runs under KDE