I have crashplan installed from the AUR and it is working as expected, except that I'm pretty sure there should be an icon in my system tray for it. I use xmonad, xmobar, and trayer, and no icon for crashplan shows up in the tray. Icons for other programs do show up there, such as skype and pasystray. Has anyone else had this problem?
Is there a .deb file, repo, PPA, or anything to install CrashPlan other than the non-standard install.sh file? I have fish as my shell, and I had to mess around a lot and finally use chsh first before the install script would even work. I don't want to have to jump through all these hoops every time there's an upgrade.
I've got a LAMP setup running Ubuntu 12.04 server and I'd like to integrate it with CrashPlan that I use on all my other mac xserves that I'm running. The problem is that it has to run a gui application to set all the preferences and configurations. CrashPlan has an 'unsupported' tutorial on how to spoof ports and use ssh tunneling with the gui running on a desktop. I'd prefer not to do this.