The Ubuntu backup system was using up too much of my disk space, so I decided to start fresch, and manually remove all existing backup files. But now every time I start the backup process (either by clicking the 'Back Up Now...' button, or by using 'deja-dup --backup' from the CLI, I get a popup window containing this message:
Specified archive directory '/home/[me]/.cache/deja-dup/7b5f5b35d423174917aee4c3a7052081' does not exist, or is not a directory
$ ls -las /home/[me]/.cache/deja-dup/ total 8 4 drwxr-xr-x 2 root root 4096 Dec 8 10:46 . 4 drwxrwxr-x 3 arne arne 4096 Dec 8 09:55 ..
How do I reset deja-dup? Where is the '7b5f5b35d423174917aee4c3a7052081' information saved?
Perhaps I should note that
is symlinked to a folder on a extra hard drive (/dev/sdb1, ext3) mounted in /media/WD1TB.