Aptik v19.12 is now available.
Raspberry Pi 4B / ARM Support
Aptik is now available for Debian-based distributions on the ARM platform. This includes Raspberry Pi 3B/3B+/4B, Odroid N2, and other single-board computers running a 32-bit (armhf) or 64-bit(arm64) version of a Debian-based distribution (Raspbian, Armbian, Ubuntu, etc).
A tool like Aptik is less useful on single-board computers, as the SD card can be easily cloned instead of creating an Aptik backup. But it is useful in some situations.
- Only the Raspberry Pi 4B and Odroid N2 are officially supported as these are the only SBCs that I have available for testing.
- Steps for installation are same as for x86 platform. Please refer to the email you received when you purchased the licence.
- Flatpak: Fix: Add support for newer Flatpak versions
- Flatpak: Fix: First package was always ignored when querying installed packages
- Flatpak: Show column ‘size’ in backup mode
- Files: Add more warnings to prevent users from adding unnecessary files and folders
- Files: Prevent users from adding top-level system folders
- Fix: Error “A process is running in terminal” on Linux Lite 4.6
- Schedule: Moved the info message to an expander
A personal license for Aptik is currently available for purchase. This is a single-user license that is valid for lifetime, and includes future updates.
Install / Update
You will receive an email with installation steps after you purchase a licence.
If you have already purchased the licence, the update will be installed automatically when you update your system. You can install it manually with following commands:
sudo apt update && \ sudo apt install aptik aptik-gtk