Member since: Apr 9th, 2010
Mar 30th 2011 4:24PM @Eatmold Nevermind...my bad. I misread your comment...foot in mouth. I thought you said "how the heck" but you said "hack." That's cool you at least get the 5 GB.
Mar 30th 2011 4:22PM @Eatmold I take it you didn't read the article? lol
Feb 1st 2011 8:31AM I'm not usually one to comment with "choose A instead of B" type of stuff but in this instance I can't recommend CrashPlan enough and I've tried them all. Like Aaron said, it can take a while to upload/download all of your data but the peace of mind is worth it. I don't have to worry about theft or fire destroying my hard drives and I can feel safe knowing it's encrypted before leaving my computer. I've restored my data from with CP multiple times without any issues. If you don't trust their servers then at least you can use CP to back up to other computers.
May 11th 2010 12:17PM Agreed. I didn't even have to download it to see how super remixed it was. Here's the Hierarchy: Debian-- Ubuntu---- Linux Mint------ Peppermint
Apr 9th 2010 8:34AM I completely agree!
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