On Windows I used Zback for:
Backing up some directories to a networked drive.
(i.e, copying all new files from source to target)
Keeping a mirror of some directories on a networked drive.
(i.e, copying all new files from source to target, and deleting files from target which no longer exist on source)
Syncing my working folder to my flash drive.
(i.e., overwriting older files on target with newer files from source, and vice versa)
Is there any single application for Ubuntu that can do all this?
Preferably something with scripting and GUI support. I really don't want to have to resort to Wine for something so simple. I tried
grsync, but this seems lacking in functionality.
Do I have to go learn
rsync, or is there another alternative?