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Old 08-15-2007, 08:48 PM
Graham_C Graham_C is offline
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Originally Posted by dnanian View Post
Log in as the "root" user and install/configure SuperDuper! as that. Schedule it as well, and the entry will be placed in the root/system crontab.
OK, this is working, but there is a new problem. When the backup completes, it launches the Super Duper application. Since there is no GUI shell actually open at the time, this puts the system into a weird state where Super Duper runs OK within itself, but cannot be Quit. The only way to recover the system is to do a full reboot, meaning I have to do this every morning after the backup has run.

I can't see any setting to stop Super Duper from being launched after the script has run. How can I just let the script run quietly and not launch Super Duper?
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