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.
I have a small nettop headless install of Ubuntu running thats solely used for mounting and backing up my NAS to Crashplan. I'm looking for a way to get email notifications from my nettop when the mount points change. That way I informed right away that Crashplan is not backing up my NAS. Is there anyway of doing this??
I have added to sudo nano /etc/xdg/lxsession/LXDE/autostart
This launches script.py on boot. Which is what I want. However, I can't see the output from script.py about what it is doing. Autostart just runs it in the background. How can I get script.py to run in a terminal?