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Firstaidkit is a fully automated recovery application that makes subsystem recovery easier for technical and non-technical users. Firstaidkit is designed to automatically fix problems while focusing on maintaining user data integrity. It is available in rescue mode, on the Fedora Live CD, and on running systems.
 
Firstaidkit is a fully automated recovery application that makes subsystem recovery easier for technical and non-technical users. Firstaidkit is designed to automatically fix problems while focusing on maintaining user data integrity. It is available in rescue mode, on the Fedora Live CD, and on running systems.
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=== Bacula 2.4.3 ===
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The Bacula multi-platform network backup and recovery system has been updated to 2.4.3.  Changes since the 2.2.x series can be viewed here: http://bacula.org/en/?page=news
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No special steps or precautions need to be taken prior to or after upgrading, but please test and submit bugs as needed.
  
 
==== Resources ====
 
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* Project site -- https://fedorahosted.org/firstaidkit/
 
* Project site -- https://fedorahosted.org/firstaidkit/

Revision as of 20:11, 22 October 2008

Contents

Server Tools

This section highlights changes and additions to the various GUI server and system configuration tools in Fedora 21.

First Aid Kit

Firstaidkit is a fully automated recovery application that makes subsystem recovery easier for technical and non-technical users. Firstaidkit is designed to automatically fix problems while focusing on maintaining user data integrity. It is available in rescue mode, on the Fedora Live CD, and on running systems.

Bacula 2.4.3

The Bacula multi-platform network backup and recovery system has been updated to 2.4.3. Changes since the 2.2.x series can be viewed here: http://bacula.org/en/?page=news No special steps or precautions need to be taken prior to or after upgrading, but please test and submit bugs as needed.

Resources