Linux distros integration for backup
I am running Ubuntu Linux for my daily use and keep all my work and private files on my Linux OS.
When I go to the system backup option, I can choose between:
- Google Drive
- Network location
- Local Disk
It would be great to be able to synchronize my personal files straight into my ProtonDrive and keep them up to date via either the integrated backup tool in Ubuntu or a desktop app that can synchronize my personal folders to ProtonDrive.
I cannot speak to the architecture of other Linux distros as I have insufficient knowledge of them.
If there is any possibility to backup my appr. 100GB Linux OS (right now Ubuntu) to ProtonDrive, I will start paying for a Proton Unlimited account
The integrated backup tool in Ubuntu is currently deja dup, which by default uses duplicity. Step one would be a Proton Drive API (and ideally Python library) that open source developers could integrate with, then it could be added to duplicity and deja dup.
i would prefer Proton to NOT work together with Canonical. there are plenty ways to integrate your preferred email client into your preferred linux applications, we dont need more braindead handling. in fact, uservoice having facebook and google tracking elements is bad enough