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Old 02-20-2007, 06:56 PM
mantronix mantronix is offline
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What mechanism is used for making scheduled backups happen in SuperDuper?

Hi. What mechanism is used for making scheduled backups happen in SuperDuper?

I recently set SuperDuper to do a scheduled backup every Sunday at 1am. I then entered my admin account name and password. Because I like to know what's going on, I began searching for exactly what changed on my system to make scheduled runs of SuperDuper possible.

I looked in the admin account's crontab. Nope, no changes there.
I looked in root's crontab. Nope.
I looked in /Library/LaunchDaemons. Nope.
I looked in /Library/LaunchAgents. Nope.
I looked in /System/Library/LaunchDaemons. Nope.
I looked in /System/Library/LaunchAgents. Nope.
I looked in ~/Library/LaunchDaemons. Nope.
I looked in ~/Library/LaunchAgents. Nope.

So, having looked in all these places, where does SuperDuper store its launch info? Thanks.

(I am a paid user of SuperDuper.)
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