Edit: I solved the problem by putting the old drive in a case and manually copying the files. Still I ask myself how much sense it makes to me to backup my home folder with duplicacy if I then can’t restore it.
I am trying to set up a new linux machine and want to restore the old home folder to the new one. Now when I try to restore I encounter several errors:
duplicacy restore -r 1 threads 30 -overwrite -ignore-owner I get
Failed to change uid or gid: lchown /home/user/Ardour-6.0.0/build/libs/ardour/libardour.so.3: operation not permitted, and the same when commanding the same but without
sudo duplicacy restore -r 1 threads 30 -overwrite -ignore-owner I get told that the command duplicacy was not found.
All other threads I found recommend using
-ignore-owner but this doesn’t seem to help in my case.
Any ideas what I could do are highly welcome and I’ll gladly give any additional info needed.