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@@ -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.
<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.