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simply run duplicity on the other box and restore from your backend as you would on your own server. ..ede/duply.net


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I think keychain is trying to be more secure than the program for which it is a helper (ssh). As of my current version of OpenSSH, it is possible to add a private key to ssh-agent with ssh-add without having the public key file. After you do this, you can see if it succeeded, as ssh-add -l will also list the private key file name. ssh will use the cached ...


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According to the mailing list you will have to manually exclude it .. it holds your backup chains index files (table of contents of the backup repository). Caching them locally accelerates options like status and incremental backup and others. These operations need to know what is already backed up to work. If they are cached they do not ...



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