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authorTiffany Antopolski <tiffany@antopolski.com>2011-03-20 16:06:17 -0400
committerTiffany Antopolski <tiffany@antopolski.com>2011-03-20 16:07:38 -0400
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g-h: linked orphaned backup pages. added content
to backup-check (renamed from backup-testing).
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-check.page32
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-how.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page23
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-what.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/C/backup-why.page2
-rw-r--r--gnome-help/Makefile.am2
6 files changed, 36 insertions, 27 deletions
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-check.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-check.page
new file mode 100644
index 0000000..613783f
--- /dev/null
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-check.page
@@ -0,0 +1,32 @@
+<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
+ type="topic" id="backup-check">
+
+ <info>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files#backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
+ <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2010-02-26" status="review"/>
+ <credit type="author">
+ <name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
+ <email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
+ </credit>
+
+ </info>
+
+ <title>Check your backup</title>
+ <p>
+ After you have backed up your files, you should have a look to see if the backup was successful.
+ </p>
+ <p>
+ A file integrity check is not done on a copy/move operation. This means if you are copying files to other drives/media, it is not easy to verify data integrity or to single out files that have failed.
+ </p>
+ <p>
+ You can do a check by looking through the copied files and directories in the destination media. By opening and checking the copied files, you can see whether the files you check copied successfully.
+
+ </p>
+ <comment>
+ <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
+ <p>Explain why backups should be tested.</p>
+ <p>Give methods for checking backups, like MD5sum.</p>
+ </comment>
+
+</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page
index 3c1da1d..a948562 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-how.page
@@ -40,7 +40,7 @@ The amount of data you can backup is limited by the size of the storage device.
One simple way to backup your files is to just <link xref="files-copy">copy them</link> to a safe location, such as an external hard drive, another computer on the network or a USB drive.
</p>
<note style="tip">
- <p> <media type="image" src = "deja-dup.png"/>
+ <p> <media type="image" src = "figures/deja-dup.png"/>
Alternatively, you can use an app that can back your files up for you. </p><p> One such app is <app>Déjà Dup</app>. It is very simply and intuitive to use, and it hides the complexity of doing backups regularly, off-site and encrypted.
</p>
<p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page
deleted file mode 100644
index 2c9c768..0000000
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-testing.page
+++ /dev/null
@@ -1,23 +0,0 @@
-<page xmlns="http://projectmallard.org/1.0/"
- type="topic" id="backup-testing">
-
- <info>
- <link type="guide" xref="files#backup"/>
- <desc></desc>
- <revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2010-02-26" status="stub"/>
- <credit type="author">
- <name>GNOME Documentation Project</name>
- <email>gnome-doc-list@gnome.org</email>
- </credit>
-
- </info>
-
- <title>Check your backup</title>
-
- <comment>
- <cite date="2010-06-29" href="mailto:gnome-doc-list@gnome.org">GNOME Documentation Project</cite>
- <p>Explain why backups should be tested.</p>
- <p>Give methods for checking backups, like MD5sum.</p>
- </comment>
-
-</page>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page
index 1439007..ed6b1c2 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-what.page
@@ -30,7 +30,7 @@ Your priority should be to backup your most important files as well as those tha
<item>
<title>Your personal settings</title>
- <p> This includes changes you may have made to colours, backgrounds, screen resolution and mouse settings on your desktop. This also includes program preferences, such as settings for OpenOffice, your music player, and your email program. These are replaceable, but may take up valuable time to recreate.</p>
+ <p> This includes changes you may have made to colours, backgrounds, screen resolution and mouse settings on your desktop. This also includes program preferences, such as settings for <app>LibreOffice</app>, your music player, and your email program. These are replaceable, but may take up valuable time to recreate.</p>
</item>
<item>
diff --git a/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page b/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page
index 84aeedf..57785aa 100644
--- a/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page
+++ b/gnome-help/C/backup-why.page
@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@
<title>Backup your important files</title>
<p>
-What does it mean to back files up? It simply means to make a copy of a file or files for safekeeping. This is done in the event that the original files become unusable due to loss or corruption. These copies can be used to restore the original data in the event of loss. Copies should be stored on a different device from the original files. For example, you may use a USB drive, an external hard drive, a CD/DVD, or an off-site service.
+Backing up your files simply means to make a copy of a file or files for safekeeping. This is done in the event that the original files become unusable due to loss or corruption. These copies can be used to restore the original data in the event of loss. Copies should be stored on a different device from the original files. For example, you may use a USB drive, an external hard drive, a CD/DVD, or an off-site service.
</p>
<p>
The best way to backup up your files is to do so regularly, off-site and encrypted.</p>
diff --git a/gnome-help/Makefile.am b/gnome-help/Makefile.am
index eacfb0a..071b6a0 100644
--- a/gnome-help/Makefile.am
+++ b/gnome-help/Makefile.am
@@ -25,10 +25,10 @@ DOC_PAGES = \
a11y-screen-reader.page \
a11y-slowkeys.page \
a11y-stickykeys.page \
+ backup-checkpage \
backup-frequency.page \
backup-how.page \
backup-restore.page \
- backup-testing.page \
backup-thinkabout.page \
backup-what.page \
backup-where.page \