Aptik – A Tool to Backup/Restore Your Favourite PPAs and Apps in Ubuntu

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15 Responses

  1. Jake Maverick says:

    Oh, i also did notice on applications settings i had to go through and manually do that for each user, but when it comes to restoring them individually it says directory not there, although it is?

  2. Jake Maverick says:


    This won’t seems to work for me, some of the stuff has gone across, but a lot of it hasn’t, for example my firefox and chrome data, hasn’t as well as some bittorrent files, data is there but it’s not drawn across the settings/ d/l list to the program.

    Now i suspect I might know what the problem is, as I was restoring i noticed some files whizzing by that ended amd64.deb. Now as I’m restoring to an Intel based system from and AMD system, could this be the problem/ why it not working for me? :-(

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