Homi – Personal Licence
Single-user license with perpetual validity. Includes future updates.
Homi is a tool for protecting data in your home directory.
The license key and installation steps are sent by email. Please provide a reliable email address on the checkout page.
Installation is as simple as running a one-line command. Please check if your Linux distribution is on the list of supported distributions mentioned below.
Homi is an app for protecting your home directory. It takes a snapshot of files every hour and saves it to a pen drive or USB drive. If you accidentally delete a file, or if your hard disk or SSD dies, then you can use Homi to recover the data. The backups can be mounted and browsed as a normal folder, and you can copy the files that you require.
Backups are created using BorgBackup. Data is encrypted, compressed, and de-duplicated to save space. These backups are very space-efficient. Dozens of snapshots can be created every hour and they won’t take up any space if the files have not changed. Backups can be protected with a password.
This tool is designed to be easy to use and has very few settings. All you need to do is to select the folder where you want to save the backups. Everything else is automatic. If you need more options check out Baqpaq which provides more functionality and is designed for experienced users.
- Backup home directory data to a pen drive or USB drive
- Create snapshots at intervals between every 5 mins to every 1 hour
- Hourly snapshots are kept for the last 12 hours. Older snapshots are removed automatically.
- Backups are incremental, compressed, and de-duplicated to save space
- Backups are encrypted and protected with a password
- Backups can be mounted to a folder and opened with a file manager to copy files that are needed
- Easy to use. No configuration is needed.
- Protect files from accidental deletion. Recover deleted files from previous snapshots.
- Recover older versions of documents and files from previous snapshots
- Recover home directory data in case of a dead hard disk or SSD
Terms & Conditions
- The app is licensed under the terms of this EULA. This is a standard EULA that allows you to use the app but does not allow re-distribution and re-selling.
- The personal license is per-user rather than per machine. You are welcome to use it on any number of machines where you are the primary user, including at work.
- Using this app in a business environment requires as many licenses as the number of people using it.
- Your license will be sent to the email address you provide when making payment. Please provide a reliable email address.
- Refunds are available within 14 days from purchase (2 weeks). Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to request a refund.
This app is meant for use on Linux distributions based on Debian, Ubuntu, Arch Linux, and Fedora.
- Debian 11 (Bullseye) and derivatives
- Debian 10 (Buster) and derivatives
- MX Linux 19, 20, 21
- Linux Mint Debian Edition (LMDE) 4, 5
- Older releases of Debian are not supported
- Ubuntu 22.04 (Jammy) and derivatives
- Ubuntu 20.04 (Focal) and derivatives
- Ubuntu’s current Non-LTS release, and derivatives
- PopOS, ZorinOS, MX Linux, Xubuntu, Kubuntu, ElementaryOS, and others
- Linux Mint 19, 20, 21, and later releases. Mint 18 and older releases are not supported.
- Solus and KDE Neon are not supported.
- Older releases of Ubuntu are not supported
- Fedora 34 to 36 and later releases
- RHEL 8 (CentOS, Alma Linux, Rocky Linux, etc)
- Fedora Silverblue and rpm-ostree distributions are not supported
- Arch Linux
- Other Arch-based distributions (not tested)
- Not Supported
- SUSE, Gentoo, Solus, and other distributions are not supported.
Native packages and repositories are available for all supported Linux distributions. Installation is as simple as running a one-line command.
This software is meant for use on computers with Intel and AMD processors.
- Intel & AMD computers
- 64-bit packages are available (amd64)
- Native packages and repositories (for Apt/DNF/Pacman) are available for all supported Linux distributions.
- Installation steps and license keys will be sent to the email address provided at the time of purchase. Installation is as simple as running a one-line command.
Download Homi Lite
A basic version of Homi is available as a free download. The free version takes backups at 60-minute intervals and keeps 12 hourly snapshots.
Run the following command in a terminal window to install the free version. It supports all Linux distributions based on Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora, and Manjaro. This command will only download and install packages. It does not add any repository and you won’t receive automatic updates. You can rerun the same command in the future to update to a newer version.
wget -O- https://teejeetech.com/install-homi-lite.sh | bash
Trial & Refunds
- There is no trial version but a free version of Homi is available with basic features.
- If the app does not meet your requirements, please send an email to email@example.com within 14 days of purchase to get a full refund.
- Homi runs with the permissions of the user that is running the app. It cannot backup files and directories to which the current user does not have access.
- Homi is a modified version of Baqpaq that is designed to be easy to use. If you need more features, take a look at Baqpaq which provides similar functionality but is designed for more experienced users.
Powerful but very easy to set up. 5 stars *****