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  1. Retrospect has a selector with a default set of exclusions for windows. I set about creating one for Ubuntu Linux Workstations. I found this very useful article on AskUbuntu, and used it as my base. This is my Exclusion list, you may well need to tune it a bit for your own situation Folders .gvfs .cache *.Trash* *trash* .thumbnails .dropbox and / or your favourite Web Storage(s) /tmp/ Folders &/ Files cache* thumbnails* Files *.backup* *~ *Thumb.db Selector File Attached