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Re: bacula server



On Tue, 2006-03-14 at 12:48 +0000, Paul Howarth wrote:
> Craig White wrote:
> > On Tue, 2006-03-14 at 01:48 -0700, RYAN M. vAN GINNEKEN wrote:
> > 
> >>Thanks again mostly u/we got it to work so far.  However it is asking for a pile of dependancies.  I know give a guy an inch and he will try to take a mile or km here in Canada.  Is there a way to install without any gui stuff or mabey i am wrong mabey there is no gui stuff.  Some of the dependancies for those dependancies are X11 related.  
> >>
> >>I do not have any X11 stuff on this box it has no xwindows/gnome system and is minimum install Command prompt only.  So before i go ahead and make a big mess of my faily clean fedora box do i really need all these or is there a way to turn some of them off. 
> >>
> >>Thanks again and sorry about top post i think my clock was messed up not sure how it happend but should be fixed now. 
> > 
> > ----
> > perhaps then bacula isn't the right package for your needs as some of
> > the tools are GUI.
> > 
> > Perhaps you want to use something like amanda which is already in the
> > packaging, fully cli and very effective.
> 
> I use bacula at home without the GUI; gconsole isn't much more than a 
> terminal emulator sat on top of bconsole anyway, isn't it?
----
yeah - I played with it - it just doesn't seem worth it to install X and
a bunch of packages if that is necessary to get it installed. On the one
system that I built, I already had X and so that didn't represent a
block for me.

I do like amanda though.

Craig


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