A week ago, I upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10 (with deja-dup 27.3.1-0ubuntu1). Since then, Deja Dup hasn't been able to complete any backups.
It goes through Preparing, and in the beginning, it managed to get to Reading. Then, it would list 101 files in the details window. After that, the progress bar keeps spinning back and forth, but there's no disk nor network activity. The system monitor reports deja-dup as running, but the sub-process duplicity is sleeping. All the files it lists are small, most of them 1kb-1000kb.
After an update(?) a few days ago, it can't even get past Preparing. Now, it doesen't start any subprocess, and it often freezes.
What I've tried: -Giving it a empty backup destination and setting it to ignore the last file it lists. No difference. -When running "deja-dup --backup" in a terminal, I get a empty(white) window and no terminal output. -After I start the backup, I am unable to open the backup settings or to retry the backup until I reboot the computer. The same happens if I start, then cancel/postpone the backup before opening settings or restarting the backup. -I have also tried removing ~/.cache/deja-dup folder, but it doesn't seem to make any difference.
Any idea how I can get it to work again? Or can anyone recommend a similar program?