I am running Ubuntu 11.10 with deja-dup (22.0~bzr1290.37~oneiric1 and duplicity 0.6.15-0ubuntu2. My problem is it is no longer running any backups. It just "quit". If i goto the unity dash and click on the icon, nothing happens. I have un-installed both, re-booted, re-installed, re-booted and still nothing is happening. Anyone have any idea as to what has happened, and/or what can I do to get it back to working order. It WAS working, and doing incremental backups on a set schedule. But no more.
You're using a PPA, a version of a package that was not tested by official ubuntu maintainers:
This PPA holds development releases of Déjà Dup. If you want to live on the bleeding edge or to help test development versions, please enable this PPA and report bugs!
Try installing the version that is in the official ubuntu repositories:
sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install deja-dup=20.1-0ubuntu0.2
- If this fixes it, remove the PPA from your software repositories.
- If it doesn't, you probably have to delete your configuration files (in home, I can't remember which files at the moment) and re-create them (because you downgraded from a newer version that might've updated existing configuration files).
If you are interested in contributing and debugging the program, try
..and file a bug report to deja-dup's website: https://bugs.launchpad.net/deja-dup/+filebug