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  1. The "Store In" directory for storing the Zip file cannot be created.

  2. Will my directory structure be retained in the Zip File?

  3. How do I know if my server supports eBackUp, what are the requirements?

  4. Why do my text files appear to have no line breaks?






  1. The "Store In" directory for storing the Zip file cannot be created.

    eBackUp will attempt to auto-create the directory if the above directory exists. For example, in the following path :

    /home/username/public_html/backups/zip

    if the "backups" directory exists, the "zip" directory should be created. If it cannot be created, make sure the "backups" directory has read/write permissions (CHMOD to 777 on Unix/Linux type servers) or FTP into your server and create the directory. Either way, read/write permissions must be set to allow for the creation of files.

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  2. Will my directory structure be retained in the Zip File?

    Yes, perfectly from the Starting Directory you select. Simply extract the zip to a new folder on your local machine to check the contents of the Zip.

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  3. How do I know if my server supports eBackUp, what are the requirements?

    You may download E-Vars, a free, simple perl script which will list all available modules on your server.

    eBackUp Automated requires the following Perl Modules :

    1. Archive::Zip
    2. Compress:Zlib
    3. Net::FTP

    in addition to a Unix/Linux type Server with a Cron tab. eBackUp Automated will not run on a Windows server.

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  4. Why do my text files appear to have no line breaks?

    This is because you backed up your Unix server files and are looking at them on your Windows home machine. This is normal as Unix does not use the Carriage Return at the end of lines. When restoring your files, Unix will have no problem reading them again.

    However if you need Carriage Returns inserted, you can set "Insert Carriage Returns" to "Yes" in the settings. This will force eBackUp to insert a Carriage Return and New Line combination at the end of each line in each Plain Text file found. Binary files will not be affected.

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