fwbackups 1.43.6 is a minor bugfix and translation release. Below is a summary of the changes included in fwbackups 1.43.6:
fwbackups 1.43.5 is a bugfix release for issues discovered in 1.43.4, including a crash and issues saving the backup schedule (crontab). Below is a summary of the changes included in fwbackups 1.43.5:
fwbackups 1.43.4 is a bugfix release for several issues discovered in 1.43.3, including two issues which may prevent backups from executing correctly. Below is a summary of the changes included in fwbackups 1.43.4:
Important! An issue has been identified in the previous version of fwbackups (1.43.3) where after upgrading, the backup schedule may have been inadvertently erased. Simply opening the administrator utility and then closing will reschedule all backups.
Two serious issues have been identified in 1.43.3 release candidate 5 and 6 that may prevent certain files from being included in your backup. These bugs are not present in the final release of 1.43.3.
If you are currently using the latest release, version 1.43.3, then you may safely ignore this message. If you are using a 1.43.3 release candidate, it is strongly recommended you update to 1.43.3 as soon as possible.
After a long wait, fwbackups 1.43.3 is now available for download!
Summary of major changes for this version:
It is recommended that all users update to 1.43.3rc6.
Configuring your backups is now easier than ever with a redesigned Options tab that does away with the complicated engine selection and introduces a new, simpler Backup Format selection. As well, this release brings better Gnome Human Interface Guidelines 2.2.1 compliance.
fwbackups 1.43.3 release candidate 4 is now available for download. It is a bugfix release recommended for all users as it fixes a bug found in 1.43.3rc3 which may have resulted in non-interactive backups failing to run correctly. fwbackups 1.43.3rc4 also includes the Windows-specific bugfixes included inside the 1.43.3a installers.
fwbackups 1.43.3 release candidate 2 is now ready for download. It includes initial support for Apple's OS X operating system and various improvements including:
For downloads, see the fwbackups project page.