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iTools 9 : Installing, Upgrading or Removing : Backing up before an upgrade Print send FAQs by e-mailask a question
Question:What is the best way to back up the Tenon directory?
Answer:The recommended way is via a UNIX 'tar' command. This ensures that the ownership and permissions of all the files and directories are kept intact. Once you have a tar file (.tgz), you can move that file to a safe location by any means you like (for example dragging it to a backup disk).

As root (or using sudo):
cd /Library
tar czvf ~/Desktop/Tenon.tgz Tenon

If you want to restore the Tenon directory, use these commands:

cd /Library
tar xzvf ~/Desktop/Tenon.tgz
last updated 24.08.2009
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