Joined: July 2004
||Posted: July 25 2008,00:19
|Quote (humpty @ July 24 2008,11:02)|
RRRR< I found that if if you include the '/' at the begining of the path, it doesn't get backed up.
|Quote (curaga @ July 24 2008,07:53)|
It checks for an environment variable, I don't remember exactly which right now (do a forum search), something like NO_BACKUP=1 would cause the box to be unchecked by default.
From the changelog (v4.3) it seems to be export BACKUP=0 that should do the magic, however I've tried both and none works. I think the reason might be this:
|Quote (roberts @ July 09 2008,03:40)|
DSL v 4.4.3 is now available for download.
* dslexit replaces exit.lua.
And that roberts forgot the variable when he switched tools... maybe. (I will probably post this issue in the 4.4.3 thread.)