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Discussion - Aptik tutorial .... what happened ?

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#1 The Feet

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Posted 01 May 2017 - 03:42 AM

Following the advice given by Al1000 here :

I have moved my question to this section of the forum .




I was recently asked by a client for help and advice with Linux backups .


As usual , I recommended that she check out Timeshift and Aptik .


And on the latter I pointed her towards the tutorial on " How To Geek " and the even better one

here at BC .


But it seems to have disappeared from here !!




Can you indicate where it has been moved to ?


And if it has been deleted , please explain to the membership exactly how and why that decision was made ?


Thank you .

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#2 Animal


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Posted 01 May 2017 - 11:19 AM

Since the content exists elsewhere on the web it's not exclusive information. The reason for removal here is not open for discussion.

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