However, keep in mind that Netrunner Rolling is based on Manjaro not Arch and as such our repositories are not the same. some applications available in the arch repositories may not be in the Manjaro repositories and vice versa, however, they are available from the AUR in most cases.
I do believe so, but I’m not sure as I’ve never used it, but If it does let me know.
I have used deja dup before, but only for a quick re-install of a customers machine without loosing their users data. Personally, I just use rsync via a start up script on my machine, but then again I’m over 40 and been doing it this way for a long time.
You can also try backintime and luckybackup (both in the AUR). They are very customizable and you can control exactly when dou you want to run them. I found them very convenient to use, I guess you should try both to choose the best one for you.
Its my personal experience with this software for creating backup i.e. CloudBacko Pro Software. This Service is very good, reliable, easy to use. Most important CloudBacko provides me full security and protection to my data. Have a try to this software.
For free = direct data connection to NSA Backup Storage center.
Cloud Space for Backup isn’t the right way for personal data in my opinion. Saving personal stuff up in a cloud where you don’t know really were your data is saved is always a bad idea.
Because I ocasionally delete my home dir from time to time, this is an interesting topic
LuckyBackup looks like a nice one. There is a cronIT function in the scheduler so it can run at start of a reboot in the background. (after add or remove a schedule you need to cronIT, to update schedule)
One big mistake I made on my last backup, permissions got screwed up, after forgetting creating an ext4 partition on my new 1TB NTFS ext hdd…