Bash shell script to backup your Linux computer to Storj (Version 3): Bug Fixed
I discovered that there was a small bug in version 2 where the list of remote backup files was not sorted properly (I learned that the sort command should always be the very last command before you send out to the text file).
* The bug is fixed in this version.
* Also, the line that actually executed the backup in version 2 was commented out. That is also fixed in this version.
* I tested the script several times, and it seems to work perfectly.
**I have deleted version 2.**
This script has been tested on Centos 8: it works.
* You are running a modern Linux distribution.
* You use the Déjà Dup Backup Tool to backup your files: [https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/DejaDup](https://wiki.gnome.org/Apps/DejaDup)
* You save your Deja backups in the \~/backups directory described in the Requirements below.
* You run a 64-bit Linux, and you keep the **uplink\_linux\_amd64** executable in your home directory (i.e. \~/uplink\_linux\_amd64).
* Create the following folders in your home directory:
* This script will create all of the files that it needs in \~/backups\_reports
* Please don't trust scripts that you find on the Internet.
* Go through this script line-by-line to make sure that you understand it, and can trust it, before you run it.
Here is the script. **Enjoy!**