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authorTiffany Antopolski <>2011-03-19 16:54:41 -0400
committerTiffany Antopolski <>2011-03-19 16:55:53 -0400
commit014089a273912aa6530f76b28495f1cef6a9b62b (patch)
tree34417fda5fb2304aeac37fd4ae0a148551650624 /gnome-help/C/
parent0c61fac705b0f2db70b6801d0bce26264cd2819a (diff)
g-h: files,backup,search fixes.
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@@ -2,8 +2,8 @@
type="topic" id="backup-thinkabout">
- <link type="guide" xref="backup#order"/>
- <desc>Important considerations when backing up data.</desc>
+ <link type="guide" xref="files-backup"/>
+ <desc></desc>
<revision pkgversion="3.0" version="0.1" date="2011-02-26" status="review"/>
<credit type="author">
<name>Tiffany Antopolski</name>
@@ -19,11 +19,10 @@
Deciding what files to backup and finding where they all are is the most difficult step when attempting to perform a backup. Below we list where most of your important files will be, so you can find them more easily.
- <title>Your Personal Files and Settings</title>
+ <title>Your personal files and settings</title>
<p>These are usually stored in your Home folder (<cmd>/home/your_name</cmd>). They could be in subfolders such as Desktop, Documents, Pictures, Music, Videos and/or .evolution. If your backup medium has sufficient space, consider backing up the entire <cmd>/home</cmd> folder. This is the simplest way.</p>