archfs is a tool that lets one mount a rdiff-backup as a drive, and then browse the contents of the backup as if they were snapshots (think if BackInTime or Rsnapshot).
rdiff-backup is a great tool made even greater by archfs. If it would only work...
What I did:
- create a folder on my desktop, called "backup"
- attach my USB drive containing the rdiff backup,
archfs '/home/david/Desktop/backup' '/media/david/BACKUP/home'
/home/david/Desktop/backup contains these folders,
rdiff-backup-data. I backup my home directory there.)
When I click on the backup folder to open it, an error occurs:
"Sorry, could not display all the contents of “backup”: Transport endpoint is not connected"
- What should I do? --David