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Backup and restore IMAP mail account with (open source) Linux tools

Which Linux tools help to backup and restore a IMAP mail account including all mail and subfolders? I expect disconnects for large IMAP accounts because of ressource limitiations on the server ...
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Why won't my system now show the directories and files in /media/sda7?

Summary: Could you tell me please if there is a way to restore the directories and files beneath /media/sda7 that are no longer being shown by my file manager or ls? My system is Debian. Full ...
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Can backups of root mounted to a logical volume be restored to a larger logical volume?

My current Ubuntu setup has root mounted to a LVM2 logical volume 'lvroot'. lvroot is 10G. I've been taking snapshots of lvroot, and then making dd backups of the snapshots (which creates a backup of ...
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Is there a terminal emulator which remembers the output from its last run?

While modern desktop environments usually start all the applications which were open in the previous session and some terminal emulators may even open as many tabs as before, I've never seen a ...
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Restore /var/cache files

I've accidentally deleted all contents of /var/cache files. I managed to reinstall most by doing dpkg -S /var/cache and apt-get --reinstall install PACKAGE_NAME (see here) on every package that I've ...
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apply proper security labels during filesystem restore

When restoring a filesystem on a separate system (i.e., possibly a different system than the one where the filesystem was originally mounted and in use), I would like to apply the correct security ...
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Restore errors: “bad header/extent: invalid magic - magic 1701”

I'm testing these instructions to restore a backup image to an Intel Edison from a previous .img image. The backup line was: dd if=/dev/mmcblk0 of=sd/ubilinux_image.img I removed a file (to see if ...
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Is there a way to salvage a partition table that was automatically edited by windows?

I tried upgrading to windows 10 and expected it to overwrite the bootloader, but it screwed up the partition table as well. So I'm wondering if there's any way to recover the linux installation. Here'...
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Restore from incremental backup?

I read some books which use dump and restore. They said that during restore, first restore the latest full backup, and then restore each incremental backup created after the full backup. But I am ...
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Restore Trash Script not working

I made a script to send a file to a trash folder... echo "Are you sure you want to move this file to the Recycle Bin?" "(Yes/No)" read ans case "$ans" in Yes) echo "$(readlink -f "$1")" >> "$...
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After restoring a backup my permissions seem to be borked

I made a complete backup of the system with "rsync -aAXv", and set up my encryption. After restoring everything, and booting up and trying to login, openbox didn't want to start, and "startx" didn't ...
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Restore a Linux backup on virtual machine

I have made a backup of my Linux OS in a bacukp.tgz, the OS is Centos 6.4. Now I want to create a new VMWare virtual machine from it. Do I first need to install Centos from CD or ISO, and then ...
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dump command - does it save extended attributed, ACLs and SELinux settings on ext4 filesystems?

I'd like to use dump(8) for dumping an ext4 filesystem for transport to another system. However, it is not clear from research that I have come across as to whether the dump/restore pair will ...
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Recover Files in Centos

i am changing all wwwroot folder file ownership root to www and all files automatically deleted or missing from /home/wwwroot folder. so if anyone know how to recover that files and why this happening ...
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How to restore initial configuration, files… of python on Linux Mint

Due to a mistake when compiling Python sources (Python 2.7.11), my Python installation is broken. I can solve the problem partially by recompiling the initial version of Python (2.7.6). This solution ...
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Restored Volume Group but No LV inside

I created Volume group on 2TB ISCSI Block device . And on that I created Volume group and added the entry in fstab with options _netdev. But after reboot it didn't come online. What happened and ...
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Deja Dup restore overwrites original file dates?

Deja Dup restored data but all files are erroneously marked created today. Any way to restore files with original creation dates? Thanks!
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Bareos Error: File size of restored file

I do use bareos 14.2 on CentOs 6. Recently i wanted to restore one of backed up machine. The most of restoration goes well except for one file, where i got this error: Error: attribs.c:419 File size ...
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How to restore data from Ubuntu if it doesn't load?

I have a notebook with two installed OS, Ubuntu 14 and Windows 10. Recently notebook had fallen, and I've stucked with problem with my hard drive. Each time when I try turn on notebook, I have the ...
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linux + how to restore sdaXX.fsa files by the fsarchiver tool

I get the following files (that was backup from some Linux machine ) swap.label sda-partition-info.sfdisk sda.mbr sda1.fsa sda2.fsa sda3.fsa sda.labels sda7.fsa sda5.fsa in order to build ...
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Backup And Restore Shell Script

I have been trying to create a script that backups up a certain directory and then restores the directory. The backup works as it should but when I try run the restore function I get the following ...
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How to restore desktop configs after an intallation

I have recently installed PgAdminIII and Geany via Ubuntu Software Center, but this changed my desktop configurations. It no longer looks like it did. I am using Pinguy OS 12.10 based on Ubuntu 12.10....
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How to restore a DD image file in my primary disk on new debian server

I have a dedicated Debian server at Online.net and I want to change the server by a more powerful (always Debian OS). For that, I have made an image on my old hard disk with this command: dd if=/dev/...