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INSTALLATION:

Thank you for trying duplicity.  To install, run:

        python setup.py install

The build process can be also be run separately:

        python setup.py build

The default prefix is /usr, so files are put in /usr/bin,
/usr/share/man/, etc.  An alternate prefix can be specified using the
--prefix=<prefix> option.  For example:

        python setup.py install --prefix=/usr/local
        export PYTHONPATH='/usr/local/lib/python2.x/site-packages/'
        /usr/local/bin/duplicity -V


REQUIREMENTS:

 * Python v2.4 or later
 * librsync v0.9.6 or later
 * GnuPG v1.x for encryption
 * for scp/sftp -- python-paramiko and python-pycryptopp
 * for normal ftp -- NcFTP version 3.1.9 or later, but not 3.2.0
 * for ftp over SSL -- lftp version 3.7.15 or later
 * Boto 1.6a or later for single-processing S3 access (default)
 * Boto 2.1.1 or later for multi-processing S3 access
 * Python v2.6 or later for multi-processing S3 access

If you install from the source package, you will also need:

 * Python development files, normally found in module 'python-dev'.
 * librsync development files, normally found in module 'librsync-dev'.


HELP:

For more information see the duplicity home page at:

    http://www.nongnu.org/duplicity

or post to the mailing list at
http://mail.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/duplicity-talk/.
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