Backup tools and suites
amanda-server - Advanced Maryland Automatic Network Disk Archiver (Server)
backintime - GUI simple backup tool with incremental snapshots of any directories. Powered by rsync, diff and cron.
backup-manager - Command-line backup tool for GNU Linux
backup2l - Low-maintenance and robust command line backup/restore tool with multiple drivers for standard backup-tools like tar and afio
backupninja - Lightweight, extensible meta-backup system
bacula-server - Network backup, recovery and verification - server meta-package
borgbackup - very fast and deduplicating backup system written in Python
deja-dup - Simple backup tool with GUI. Uses Duplicity as the backend
Duplicity - Remote automatic encrypted incremental backups
fsarchiver - Save the contents of a file system to a compressed archive file (It's still under heavy development so it should not be used for critical data.)
luckybackup - GUI, backs-up and/or synchronizes any directories using rsync
rdiff-backup - remote incremental backup
restic - backup program with multiple revisions, encryption and more
rsync - Fast remote file copy program (like rcp)
rsnapshot - Local and remote filesystem snapshot utility
timeshift - is a program used to make system back-ups/snapshots easily.
Tar - Using the tape archiver
Unison - A file-synchronization tool for Unix and Windows
EvolutionBackup - Backup your Evolution data
The Linux tape system can be configured using the program stinit from the package mt-st. Stinit reads the configuration file /etc/stinit.def. The tape is then normally addressed as /dev/st0 for the 1st device and /dev/st1 for the second device and so on. The tape can also be addressed in a non rewinding mode normally by addressing the device as /dev/nst0 or /dev/nst1 etc.
debianhelp.co.uk backup tutorials- For all users and admins these include backuppc, rsync, rdiff-backup, bacula, backup2l, backupninja, rsnapshot configuration steps.