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Old 30th June 2023
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Default Restoring a duplicity file

Anyone out there know what the syntax would be to difftar (Open/Restore this file to /home /Desktop directory)?

"duplicity-full.20220406T225115Z.vol1.difftar" located ]in /home/Desktop directory

(This is on a linux box)

thanks in advance

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Old 22nd November 2023
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The following ServerFault question may be of some help, https://serverfault.com/a/98684, as would duplicity's man page, https://linux.die.net/man/1/duplicity.
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TY hackexe for the post on Duplicity Restoration
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