dkop is a GNU/Linux utility for copying (backing-up) disk files to DVD media. You may select files using a GUI. Files and directories may be included or excluded at any level. Specifications may be saved in a job file for re-use. Elect full or incremental backup and media verification. Incremental backup updates the same media as full: no separate full and incremental media to save, and file recovery is from one media. Files may be selectively restored to any location. Incremental backup + verify needs less than a minute if the modified files are within 30 MB. Bigger jobs run at DVD speed, typically 200-400 MB per minute.
released on 14 January 2007
|License||Verified by||Verified on||Notes|
|GPLv2orlater||Ted Teah||11 August 2006|
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|Required to use||Kernel 2.16.x|
|Required to build||gtk2 library|
|Required to build||gcc (c++) and libraries|
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