Déjà Dup Backup Tool

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How often to periodically backup
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Location in which to hold the backup files.
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.DejaDup.gschema.xml.in.h:41
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The last time Déjà Dup was run, in ISO 8601 format.
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The type of backup location. Valid values are 's3' or 'file'.
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This list of directories will be backed up. Reserved values $HOME, $DESKTOP, $DOCUMENTS, $DOWNLOAD, $MUSIC, $PICTURES, $PUBLIC_SHARE, $TEMPLATES, $TRASH, and $VIDEO are recognized as the user's special directories. Relative entries are relative to the user's home directory.
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Located in ../data/deja-dup.schemas.in.h:16
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This list of directories will not be backed up. Reserved values $HOME, $DESKTOP, $DOCUMENTS, $DOWNLOAD, $MUSIC, $PICTURES, $PUBLIC_SHARE, $TEMPLATES, $TRASH, and $VIDEO are recognized as the user's special directories. Relative entries are relative to the user's home directory. This list takes precedence over the include list.
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Located in ../data/deja-dup.schemas.in.h:17
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Whether to automatically backup on a regular schedule.
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Located in ../data/deja-dup.schemas.in.h:19
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Whether to encrypt your backup
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Located in ../data/org.gnome.DejaDup.gschema.xml.in.h:45
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Whether to encrypt your backup files in the storage location. It's strongly recommended to leave this as 'true'.
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Located in ../data/deja-dup.schemas.in.h:21
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Whether to periodically backup
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Located in ../data/deja-dup.schemas.in.h:22
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