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Take a look at GNOME Backup (also known as Déjà Dup). It should take care of your backup need on desktop. You don’t have to use GNOME to use Backup, it will work with any desktop environment. It’s not suited to backup a server, and if you have multiple users on your system then each of them will have to configure Backup individually on their own accounts.

Anyway, GNOME Backup will keep track of all the files in your home folder. If you make changes to your file, you can use Backup to restore previous revisions of your files. It’s comparable to Time Machine on OS X. By default, it will only run once per day and only keep track of one revision per day.

Take a look at GNOME Backup (also Backup (previously known as Déjà Dup). It should take care of your backup need on desktop. You don’t have to use GNOME to use Backup, it will work with any desktop environment. It’s not suited to backup a server, and if you have multiple users on your system then each of them will have to configure Backup individually on their own accounts.

Anyway, GNOME Backup will keep track of all the files in your home folder. If you make changes to your file, you can use Backup to restore previous revisions of your files. It’s comparable to Time Machine on OS X. By default, it will only run once per day and only keep track of one revision per day.