I’m re-installing urbackupsrv 18.104.22.168-1ubuntu1~focal amd64 on an Ubuntu 20.04 desktop because the original install was messed up, and since it was a new install I didn’t feel I needed the one backup that was run.
I ran sudo apt-get purge urbackup-server because I need to change the settings, then made sure there was nothing left behind in passwd, shadow, group, /var/log, /etc, /etc/urbackup and /etc/init.d. Then ran sudo apt-get install urbackup-server -y from a gnome-terminal again.
But when it finished installing and should have prompted me for the backup location, instead it just exited back to the terminal.
Running ps -ef | grep backup I see the process /usr/bin/urbackupsrv run --config /etc/default/urbackupsrv --daemon --pidfile /var/run/urbackupsrv.pid run by the urbackup user that was just created. But it is disconnected from my terminal.
Can someone suggest my next move? Manually edit the config file and /etc/urbackup/backupfolder, chown urbackup:urbackup the folders and see if I can get the server process to start with servicectl start urbackupsrv?
At this point, nothing is set up.