After not being able to boot my system(Fedora 33) and having to boot into a live image and fix the problem, I’ve to the conclusion that I should ask the comunity.
It all started when I decided I want to backup some of my files.
I tried timeshift and I encountered a bug which made me search for another program with similar funtionality.
After timeshift I tried Duplicati, which gave me some weird errors and warnings.
Finally I found KBackup BUT when I tried to do a backup on a folder(/run/media/kgbeast/backup) on which a dedicated backup partition is mounted, an error occurred that said something like “permission denied”.
So I tried to make a folder in my home dir, mount the backup partition on it, delete the dir on which the backup partition was mounted, edit the /etc/fstab file and reboot.
After this my system would not boot.
So the questions are:
How to create a folder in my home dir, mount a partition on it and edit the fstab properly?
Is it worth it, or should I use a different program for backup(which one, preferably with a GUI and a automatic backup option)?