I get an error when I try to run it in a Debian machine.
Parsed config file "/etc/automysqlbackup/automysqlbackup.conf"
# Checking for permissions to write to folders:
base folder /home/backups … exists … ok.
backup folder /home/backups/db … exists … writable? yes. Proceeding.
/usr/local/bin/automysqlbackup: line 139: mutt: command not found
I run the install.sh and configure as the readme….
in your config file and try again from your console. The output should directly be displayed. It seems some error occured before the check for config variables could determine whether there is a need for checking if mutt (mail program) is installed and can be used. Therefore the error handler tried to mail the errors using mutt (your configuration choice), which isn't there.
Please post the output you get when you run this.
As soon as I change the CONFIG_mailcontent='stdout' everything is OK.
Thank you so much