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Old 25th May 2011, 19:51
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Originally Posted by StefanoVanzo View Post
I think cyrus1997 is right. Can you please check.
For me in the script there is a dot (.) after /root and this prevents from backing up the /root directory.
If I am wrong, please tell me why.

working with IspConfig3 on Debian Squeeze 64bit
thank you for your work and you time
I've removed the space character after the "/root" in the download-able script so nobody will have any more issues with this.
It's seen as a dot by newer mc to show when you have free spaces after your last edited content.
If you wanna see just add one or more spaces after that "/root" entry, save the file then do a
Code:
cat back-res | grep "/lib /lib64 /root"
and see if there are dots...

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