[Box Backup] Release Candidate 3, Debian 3.1 DeMuDi test results
E.W. Peter Jalajas
Tue, 21 Feb 2006 06:59:38 -0800 (PST)
I ran a simple batch file test of a few basic client functions on my
WinXP client and all seemed to work well, except for the minor
time-zone bug where boxbackup reports files are 5 hours later.
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I modified the wiki to reflect your comments on being root--thanks!
Thanks to you and others for cleaning up that wiki page.
I'm running the tests as a normal user now. If I see anything
different, I'll report it.
Now, I'd like to run some serious tests on the WinXP client. A few of
the tests under ~/boxbackup-0.09_plus3/test look like they might be
appropriate. Any guidance on how to start going about such an
adventure would be much appreciated! I presume I could use cygwin
under WinXP for this?
--- Martin Ebourne <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Should I bother trying to test the Win32 client against this
> I'm sure that would be helpful.
> > Should I run the tests as non-root?
> Definitely. You should never compile anything as root. Likewise for
> running compile tests in general.