I saw a couple of posts about using a Raspberry Pi as a server, but can’t find anything about using it as a client. Here’s my situation: I’ve got a NAS box on-site that I want to back up to a remote location, and would like to use the Pi to do the backups (so I don’t have all the power consumption from a regular PC running 24/7).
I have been able to get the various directories mounted on the Pi so I can see them just fine, so now I need to install Duplicacy on the Pi. It appears to be a 64-bit ARM device, so I downloaded the duplicacy_linux_arm64_2.2.3 from the github repository. However, now I’m stuck! I’m guessing it’s just a simple thing, but haven’t used github before… I’m relatively familiar/comfortable with Unix/Linux (though not a master), so once I get a push in the right direction, I think I’ll be able to get it going…
I was able to get those directories backing up on Windows from the command line (they’re mounted as network drives on Windows), so I think I should be able to use the same command-line from the Pi and it’ll continue as it did before, correct?
Help, please! Thanks!