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Tutorial: Using Borg for backup your QNAP to other devices (Advanced - CLI only)

Tutorial: Using Borg for backup your QNAP to other devices (Advanced - CLI only)
This tutorial will explain how to use Borg Backup to perform backups. This tutorial will specifically be aimed to perform backups from our QNAP to another unit (another NAS in your LAN, external hard drive, any off-site server, etc). But it is also a great tool to backup your computers to your NAS. This tutorial is a little bit more technical than the previous, so, be patient :)
MASSIVE WALL OF TEXT AHEAD. You have been warned.
Why Borg instead of, let’s say HBS3? Well, Borg is one of the best -if not THE BEST- backup software available. It is very resilient to failure and corruption. Personally I’m in love with Borg. It is a command line based tool. That means that there is no GUI available (there are a couple of front-end created by community, though). I know that can be very intimidating at first when you are not accustomed to it, and that it looks ugly, but honestly, it is not so complicated, and if you are willing to give it a try, I can assure you that is simple and easy. You might even like it over time!
https://www.borgbackup.org/
That aside, I have found that HBS3 can only perform incremental backups when doing QNAP-QNAP backups. It can use Rsync to save files to a non-QNAP device, but then you can’t use incremental (and IIRC, neither Deduplication or encryption). It will even refuse to save to a mounted folder using hybrid mount. QNAP seems to be trying to subtle lock you down in their ecosystem. Borg has none of those limitations.

Main pros of Borg Backup:
- VERY efficient and powerful
- Space efficient thanks to deduplication and compression
- Allows encryption, deduplication, incremental, compression… you name it.
- Available in almost any OS (except Windows) and thanks to Docker, even in Windows. There are also ARM binaries, so it is Raspberry compatible, and even ARM based QNAPs that don’t support docker can use it!!!
- Since it’s available in most OS, you can use a single unified solution for all your backups.
- Can make backups in PUSH and PULL style. Either each machine with Borg pushes the files into the server, or a single server with Borg installed pulls the files from any device without needing to install Borg on those devices.
- It is backed by a huge community with tons of integration and wrapper tools (https://github.com/borgbackup/community)
- Supports Backup to local folders, LAN backups using NFS or SMB, and also remote backups using SFTP or mounting SSHFS.
- IT IS FOSS. Seriously, guys, whenever possible, choose FOSS.

Cons of Borg Backup:
- It is not tailored for backups to cloud services like Drive or Mega. You might want to take a look at Rclone or Restic for that.
- It lacks GUI, so everything is CLI controlled. I know, it can be very intimidating, but once you have used it for a couple of days, you will notice how simple and comfortable to use is.

The easiest way to run Borg is to just grab the appropriate prebuilt binary (https://github.com/borgbackup/borg/releases) and run it baremetal, but I’m going to show how to install Borg in a docker container so you can apply this solution to any other scenario where docker is available. If you want to skip the container creation, just proceed directly to step number 2.

**FIRST STEP: LET'S BUILD THE CONTAINER**
There is currently no official Borg prebuilt container (although there are non-official ones). Since it’s a CLI tool, you don’t really need a prebuilt container, you can just use your preferred one (Ubuntu, Debian, Alpine etc) and install Borg directly in your container. We are using a ubuntu:latest container because the available Borg version for ubuntu is up to date. For easiness, all those directories we want to backup will be mounted inside the container in /output.
If you already are familiar with SSH and container creation though CLI, just user this template, substituting your specific directories mount.
docker run -it \ --cap-add=NET_ADMIN \ --net=bridge \ --privileged \ --cap-add SYS_ADMIN \ --device /dev/fuse \ --security-opt apparmor:unconfined \ --name=borgbackup \ -v /share/Movies:/output/Movies:ro \ -v /share/Important/Documents:/output/Documents:ro \ -v /share/Other:/output/Other:ro \ -v /share/Containeborgbackup/persist:/persist \ -v /etc/localtime:/etc/localtime:ro \ ubuntu:latest 
(REMEMBER: LINUX IS CAPITAL SENSIBLE, SO CAPITALS MATTER!!)
Directories to be backup are mounted as read only (:ro) for extra safety. I have also found that mounting another directory as “persistent” directory makes easy to create and edit the needed scripts directly from File Finder in QNAP, and also allows to keep them in case you need to destroy or recreate the container: this is the “/persist” directory. Use your favorite path.
If you are not familiar with SSH, first go here to learn how to activate and login into your QNAP using SSH (https://www.qnap.com/en/how-to/knowledge-base/article/how-to-access-qnap-nas-by-ssh/).
You can also use the GUI in Container Station to create the container and mount folders in advanced tab during container creation. Please, refer to QNAP’s tutorials about Docker.
GUI example
If done correctly, you will see that this container appears in the overview tab of Container Station. Click the name, and then click the two arrows. That will transport you to another tab inside the container to start working.
https://preview.redd.it/5y09skuxrvj41.jpg?width=1440&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=19e4b22d6458d2c9a8143c9841f070828bcf5170

**SECOND STEP: INSTALLING BORG BACKUP INSIDE THE CONTAINER**
First check that the directory with all the data you want to backup (/output in our example) is mounted. If you can’t see anything, then you did something wrong in the first step when creating the container. If so, delete the container and try again. Now navigate to /persist using “cd /persist”
See how /output contains to-be-backup directories
Now, we are going to update ubuntu and install some dependencies and apps we need to work. Copy and paste this:
apt update && apt upgrade -y apt install -y nano fuse software-properties-common nfs-common ssh 
It will install a lot of things. Just let it work. When finished, install borgbackup using
add-apt-repository -y ppa:costamagnagianfranco/borgbackup apt install -y borgbackup 
When it’s finished, run “borg --version” and you will be shown the current installed version (at time of writing this current latest is 1.1.10). You already have Borg installed!!!!
1.1.10 is latest version at the time of this tutorial creation

**THIRD STEP: PREPARING THE BACKUP DEVICE USING NFS MOUNT**
Now, to init the repository, we first need to choose where we want to make the backup. Borg can easily make “local” backups, choosing a local folder, but that defeats the purpose for backups, right? We want to create remote repositories.
If you are making backups to a local (same network) device (another NAS, a computer, etc) then you can choose to use SFTP (SSH file transfer) or just NFS or SMB to mount a folder. If you want to backup to a remote repository outside your LAN (the internet) you HAVE to use SFTP or SSHFS. I’m explaining now how to mount folder using NFS, leaving SFTP for later.
Borg can work in two different ways: PUSH style or PULL style.
In PUSH style, each unit to be backup have Borg installed and it “pushes” the files to a remote folder using NFS, SMB or SSHFS. The target unit do not need to have Borg installed.
PUSH style backup: The QNAP sends files to the backup device

In PULL style, the target unit that is going to receive the backups has Borg installed, and it “pulls” the files from the units to be backup (and so, they don’t need Borg installed) using NFS, SMB or SSHFS. This is great if you have a powerful NAS unit and want to backup several computers.
PULL style backup: The backup device gets files from QNAP. Useful for multiple unit backups into the same backup server.

When using SFTP, the backup unit has Borg installed, opens a secure SSH connection to target unit, connects with Borg in target machine, and uploads the files. In SFTP style, BOTH units need Borg installed.
SFTP: Borg needs to be installed in both devices, and they \"talk\" each other.

I’m assuming you have another device with IP “192.168.1.200” (in my example I’m using a VM with that IP) with a folder called “/backup” inside. I’m also assuming that you have correctly authorized NFS mount with read/write permissions between both devices. If you don’t now how to, you’ll need to investigate. (https://www.qnap.com/en-us/how-to/knowledge-base/article/how-to-enable-and-setup-host-access-for-nfs-connection/)
NFS mount means mirroring two folders from two different devices. So, mounting folder B from device Y into folder A from device X means that even if the folder B is “physically” stored on device Y, the device X can use it exactly as if it was folder A inside his local path. If you write something to folder A, folder B will automatically be updated with that new file and vice-versa.
Graphical example of what happens when mounting folders in Linux system.
Mount usage is: “mount [protocol] [targetIP]:/target/directory /local/directory” So, go to your container and write:
mount -t nfs 192.168.1.200:/backup /mnt 
Mount is the command to mount. “-t nfs” means using NFS, if you want to use SMB you would use “-t cifs”. 192.168.1.200 is the IP of the device where you are going to make backups. /backup is the directory in the target we want to save our backups to (remember you need to correctly enable permission for NFS server sharing in the target device). /mnt is the directory in the container where the /backup folder will be mounted.
OK, so now /mnt in container = /backup in target. If you drop a .txt file in one of those directories, it will immediately appear on the other. So… All we have to do now is make a borg repository on /mnt and wildly start making backups. /mnt will be our working directory.

**FOURTH STEP: ACTUALLY USING BORG** (congrats if you made it here)
Read the documentation
https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/usage/general.html
It’s madness. Right?. It’s OK. In fact we only need a very few borg commands to make it work.
“borg init” creates a repository, that is, a place where the backup files are stored.
“borg create” makes a backup
“borg check” checks backup integrity
“borg prune” prunes the backup (deletes older files)
“borg extract” extract files from a backup
“borg mount” mounts a backup as if it was a directory and you can navigate it
“borg info” gives you info from the repository
“borg list” shows every backup inside the repository
But since we are later using pre-made scripts for backup, you will only need to actually use “init”, “info” and “list” and in case of recovery, “mount”.
let’s create our repository using INIT
https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/usage/init.html
borg init -e [encryption] [options] /mnt 
So, if you want to encrypt the repository with a password (highly recommended) use “-e repokey” or “-e repokey-blake2”. If you want to use a keyfile instead, use “-e keyfile”. If you don’t want to encrypt, use “-e none”. If you want to set a maximum space quota, use “--storage-quota ” to avoid excessive storage usage (I.e “--storage-quota 500G” or “--storage-quota 2.5T”). Read the link above. OK, so in this example:
borg init -e repokey –storage-quota 200G /mnt 
You will be asked for a password. Keep this password safe. If you lose it, you lose your backups!!!! Once finished, we have our repository ready to create the first backup. If you use “ls /mnt” you will see than the /mnt directory is no longer empty, but contains several files. Those are the repository files, and now should also be present in your backup device.
init performed successfully
Let’s talk about actually creating backups. Usually, you would create a backup using the “borg create” backup command, using something like this:
borg create -l -s /mnt::Backup01 /output --exclude ‘*.py’ 
https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/usage/create.html
That would create a backup archive called “backup01” of all files and directories in /output, but excluding every .py file. It will also verbose all files (-l) and stats (-s) during the process. If you later write the same but with “Backup02”, only new added files will be saved (incremental) but deleted files will still be available in “Backup01”. So as new backups are made, you will end running out of storage space. To avoid this you would need to schedule pruning.
https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/usage/prune.html
borg prune [options] [path/to/repo] is used to delete old backups based on your specified options (I.e “save 4 last year backups, 1 backups each month last year, and 1 daily last month).
BUT. To make is simple, we just need to create a script that will automatically 1) Create a new backup with specified name and 2) run a Prune with specified retention policy.
Inside the container head to /persist using “cd /persist”, and create a file called backup.sh using
touch backup.sh chmod 700 backup.sh nano backup.sh 
Then, copy the following and paste it inside nano using CTRL+V
#!/bin/sh # Setting this, so the repo does not need to be given on the command line: export BORG_REPO=/mnt # Setting this, so you won't be asked for your repository passphrase: export BORG_PASSPHRASE='YOURsecurePASS' # or this to ask an external program to supply the passphrase: # export BORG_PASSCOMMAND='pass show backup' # some helpers and error handling: info() { printf "\n%s %s\n\n" "$( date )" "$*" >&2; } trap 'echo $( date ) Backup interrupted >&2; exit 2' INT TERM info "Starting backup" # Backup the most important directories into an archive named after # the machine this script is currently running on: borg create \ --verbose \ --filter AME \ --list \ --stats \ --show-rc \ --compression lz4 \ --exclude-caches \ --exclude '*@Recycle/*' \ --exclude '*@Recently-Snapshot/*' \ --exclude '*[email protected]__thumb/*' \ \ ::'QNAP-{now}' \ /output \ backup_exit=$? info "Pruning repository" # Use the `prune` subcommand to maintain 7 daily, 4 weekly and 6 monthly # archives of THIS machine. The 'QNAP-' prefix is very important to # limit prune's operation to this machine's archives and not apply to # other machines' archives also: borg prune \ --list \ --prefix 'QNAP-' \ --show-rc \ --keep-daily 7 \ --keep-weekly 4 \ --keep-monthly 6 \ prune_exit=$? # use highest exit code as global exit code global_exit=$(( backup_exit > prune_exit ? backup_exit : prune_exit )) if [ ${global_exit} -eq 0 ]; then info "Backup and Prune finished successfully" elif [ ${global_exit} -eq 1 ]; then info "Backup and/or Prune finished with warnings" else info "Backup and/or Prune finished with errors" fi exit ${global_exit} 
This script seems very complicated, but all it does is
  1. Define the backup location
  2. Define backup parameters, inclusions and exclusions and run backup
  3. Define pruning policy and run prune
  4. Show stats
You can freely modify it using the options you need (they are described in the documentation).
“export BORG_REPO=/mnt” is where the repository is located.
“export BORG_PASSPHRASE='YOURsecurePASS' is your repository password (between the single quotes)
After “borg create” some options are defined, like compression, file listing and stat showing. Then exclusion are defined (each –exclude defines one exclusion rules. In this example I have defined rules to avoid backup thumbnails, recycle bin files, and snapshots). If you wish to exclude mode directories or files, you do it adding a new rule there.
::'QNAP-{now}' defines how backups will be named. Right now they will be named as QNAP-”current date and time”. In case you want only current date and not time used, you can use instead:
::'QNAP-{now:%Y-%m-%d}' \
Be aware that if you decide to do so, you will only be able to create a single backup each day, as subsequent backups the same day will fail, since Borg will find another backup with same name and skip the current one.
/output below is the directory to be backup.
And finally, prune policy is at the end. This defines what backups will be kept and which ones will be deleted. Current defined policy is to keep 7 end of day, then 4 end of week and 6 end of month backups. Extra backups will be deleted. You can modify this depending on your needs. Follow the documentation for extra information and examples.
https://borgbackup.readthedocs.io/en/stable/usage/prune.html
Now save the script using CTRL+O. We are ready. Run the script using:
./backup.sh
It will show progress, including what files are being saved. After finishing, it will return backup name (in this example “QNAP-2020-01-26T01:05:36“ is the name of the backup archive), stats and will return two rc status, one for the backup, and another for pruning. “rc0” means success. “rc1” means finished, but with some errors. “rc2” means failed. You should be returned two rc0 status and the phrase “Backup and Prune finished successfully”. Congrats.
Backup completed. rc 0=good. rc 2=bad
You can use any borg command manually against your repository as needed. For example:
borg list /mnt List your current backups inside the repository borg list /mnt::QNAP-2020-01-26T01:05:36 List all archives inside this specific backup borg info /mnt List general stats of your repository borg check -v –show-rc /mnt Performs an integrity check and returns rc status (0, 1 or 2) 
All that is left is to create the final running script and the cronjob in our QNAP to automate backups. You can skip the next step, as it describes the same process but using SFTP instead of NFS, and head directly to step number Six.

**FIFTH STEP: HTE SAME AS STEP 4, BUT USING SFTP INSTEAD**
If you want to perform backups to an off-site machine, like another NAS located elsewhere, then you can’t use NFS or SMB, as they are not prepared to be used through internet and are not safe. We must use SFTP. SFTP is NOT FTP over SSL (that is FTPS). SFTP stands for Secure File Transfer Protocol, and it’s based on SSH but for file transfer. It is secure, as everything is encrypted, but expect lower speed due encryption overhead. We need to first set it up SSH on our target machine, so be sure to enable it. I also recommend to use a non standard port. In our example, we are using port 4000.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To use SFTP, borg backup must be running in the target machine. You can run it baremetal, or use a container, just as in our QNAP, but if you really can’t get borg running in the target machine, then you cannot use SFTP. There is an alternative, though: SSHFS, which is basically NFS but over SSH. With it you can securely mount a folder over internet. Read this documentation (https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-use-sshfs-to-mount-remote-file-systems-over-ssh) and go back to Third Step once you got it working. SSHFS is not covered in this tutorial.
First go to your target machine, and create a new user (in our example this will be “targetuser”)
Second we need to create SSH keys, so both the original machine and the target one can perform SSH connection without needing for a password. It also greatly increases security. In our original container run
ssh-keygen -t rsa 
When you are asked for a passphrase just press enter (no passphrase). Your keys are now stored in ~/.ssh To copy them to your target machine, use this:
ssh-copy-id -p 4000 [email protected] 
If that don’t work, this is an alternative command you can use:
cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub | ssh -p 4000 [email protected] "mkdir -p ~/.ssh && chmod 700 ~/.ssh && cat >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys" 
You will be asked for targetuser password when connecting. If you were successful, you can now SSH without password in the target machine using “ssh -p 4000 [email protected]”. Try it now. If you get to login without password prompt, you got it right. If it still asks you for password when SSH’ing, try repeating the last step or google a little about how to transfer the SSH keys to the target machine.
Now that you are logged in your target machine using SSH, install Borg backup if you didn’t previously, create the backup folder (/backup in our example) and init the repository as was shown in Third Step.
borg init -e repokey –storage-quota 200G /backup 
Once the repository is initiated, you can exit SSH using “exit” command. And you will be back in your container. You know what comes next.
cd /persist touch backup.sh chmod 700 backup.sh nano backup.sh 
Now paste this inside:
#!/bin/sh # Setting this, so the repo does not need to be given on the command line: export BORG_REPO=ssh://[email protected]:4000/backup # Setting this, so you won't be asked for your repository passphrase: export BORG_PASSPHRASE='YOURsecurePASS' # or this to ask an external program to supply the passphrase: # export BORG_PASSCOMMAND='pass show backup' # some helpers and error handling: info() { printf "\n%s %s\n\n" "$( date )" "$*" >&2; } trap 'echo $( date ) Backup interrupted >&2; exit 2' INT TERM info "Starting backup" # Backup the most important directories into an archive named after # the machine this script is currently running on: borg create \ --verbose \ --filter AME \ --list \ --stats \ --show-rc \ --compression lz4 \ --exclude-caches \ --exclude '*@Recycle/*' \ --exclude '*@Recently-Snapshot/*' \ --exclude '*[email protected]__thumb/*' \ \ ::'QNAP-{now}' \ /output \ backup_exit=$? info "Pruning repository" # Use the `prune` subcommand to maintain 7 daily, 4 weekly and 6 monthly # archives of THIS machine. The 'QNAP-' prefix is very important to # limit prune's operation to this machine's archives and not apply to # other machines' archives also: borg prune \ --list \ --prefix 'QNAP-' \ --show-rc \ --keep-daily 7 \ --keep-weekly 4 \ --keep-monthly 6 \ prune_exit=$? # use highest exit code as global exit code global_exit=$(( backup_exit > prune_exit ? backup_exit : prune_exit )) if [ ${global_exit} -eq 0 ]; then info "Backup and Prune finished successfully" elif [ ${global_exit} -eq 1 ]; then info "Backup and/or Prune finished with warnings" else info "Backup and/or Prune finished with errors" fi exit ${global_exit} 
CTRL+O to save, and CTRL+X to exit. OK, let’s do it.
./backup.sh 
It should correctly connect and perform your backup. Note that the only thing I modified from the script shown in Fourth Step is the “BORG_REPO” line, which I substituted from local “/mnt” to remote SSH with our target machine and user data.
Finally all that is left is to automate this.

**SIXTH STEP: AUTOMATING BACKUP**
The only problem is that containers can’t retain mount when they reboot. That is not problem if you are using SFTP, but in case of NFS, we need to re-mount each time the container is started, and fstab does not work in container. The easiest solution is create a script called “start.sh”
cd /persist mkdir log touch start.sh chmod 700 start.sh nano start.sh 
and inside just paste this:
#!/bin/bash log=”/persist/log/borg.log” mount -t nfs 192.168.1.200:/backup /mnt /persist/backup.sh 2>> $log echo ==========FINISH========== >> $log 
Save and try it. Stop container, and start it again. If you use “ls /mnt” you will see that the repository is no longer there. That is because the mounting point unmounted when you stopped the container. Now run
/persist/start.sh 
When it’s finished, a log file will appear inside /persist/log. It contains everything borg was previously putting in the screen, and you can check it using
cat /persist/log/borg.cat 
Everything is ready. All we need to do is is create a crontab job to automate this script whenever we want. You can read here how to edit crontab in QNAP (https://wiki.qnap.com/wiki/Add_items_to_crontab). Add this line to the crontab:
0 1 * * * docker start borgbackup && docker exec borgbackup -c /bin/bash “/persist/start.sh” && docker stop borgbackup 
That will launch container each day at 1:00 am, run the start.sh script, and stop the container when finished.

**EXTRA: RECOVERING OUR DATA**
In case you need to recover your data, you can use any device with Borg installed. There are two commands you can use: borg extract and borg mount. Borg extract will extract all files inside an archive into current directory. Borg mount will mount the repository so you can navigate it, and choose specific files you want to recover, much like NFS or SMB work.
Some examples:
borg extract /mnt::QNAP-2020-01-26T01-05-36 -> Extract all files from this specific backup time point into current directory borg mount /mnt::QNAP-2020-01-26T01-05-36 /recover -> Mounts this specific backup time point inside the /recover directory so you can navigate and search files inside borg mount /mnt /recover -> Mounts all backup time points inside the /recover directory. You can navigate inside all time points and recover whatever you want borg umount /recover -> Unmounts the repository from /recover 

I know this is a somewhat complicated tutorial, and sincerely, I don’t think there will be a lot of people interested, as Borg is for advanced users. That said, I had a ton of fun using borg and creating this tutorial. I hope it can help some people. I am conscious that like 99% of this community's users do not need advanced features and would do great using HB3... But TBH, I'm writing for that 1%.
Next up: I’m trying a duplicati container that it is supposed to have GUI, so… maybe the next tutorial will be a GUI based backup tool. How knows?
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In addition to crypto wallets, users can generate the unlimited number of crypto addresses for their crypto wallets which are fully integrated. Every 24 hours, a user can generate a new crypto address for her BTC, BCH, ZEC, and LTC wallets while keeping and using the older crypto addresses.
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Iron Man - Character Guide/Review

Overview
Iron Man was one of the original 37 characters were added to Marvel Future Fight in its global release. Iron Man is an iconic character in the MCU and is an original member of the Avengers.
From the in game bio:
Wounded, captured and forced to build a weapon by his enemies, billionaire industrialist Tony Stark instead created an advanced suit of armor to save his life and escape captivity. Now with a new outlook on life, Tony uses his money and intelligence to make the world a safer, better place as Iron Man.
Basic Information

Skills

Active Skills

Going around the normal attack button from right to left.
Skill 3: Unibeam (unlocks at 3★), base cooldown time 9 seconds.
Tony shoots a beam out of his chest . It's super simple and provides Tony with 1 guard hit for 2 seconds and at max level gives him 5 guard hits for 3 seconds. This isn't his most damaging skill but helps with his survivability when your in a pickle. It also pushes him back so it provides you some movement to get away from an attack.
Skill 1: Repulsor Blast (unlocks at 1★),base cooldown time 8 seconds.
Tony does a punch to his enemies then stops and shoots 1 blast. This is his least damaging skill and least useful skill. It only has a place in Shadowland but is also used in World Boss. Does decent damage but nothing special.
Skill 2: Crash Landing (unlocks at 1★),base cooldown time 7 seconds.
Tony leaps up and slams his fist down on the enemy. This is an i-frame but when Tony hits the ground he can still be hit so it has to be used carefully. Good skill with decent damage.
Skill 4: Missle barrage (unlocks at 5★),base cooldown time 15 seconds.
Tony fly's up, flips in mid air and shoots missles from himself and slams his fist down leaving a stun. This is his best skill in his kit. It's an i-frame, deals great damage and gives him safety. It makes him do damage while being safe and great for every mode.
Skill 5: The One-Off (unlocks at 6★),base cooldown time 20 seconds.
Tony shoots beams out of his hands . He spins and shoots 2 login beams out of his hands. This skill is so a full I frame and it does decent damage also. Great for any mode .
His skills are based off his Civil War uniform.
For those who don't have it and have neither or the other 2 the changes are minor
Age of Ultron , Secret Wars , Classic .
Skill 2: Repulsor Ray (unlocks at 2★),base cooldown time 7 seconds.
Tony shoots 2 blasts from his hands to make a half circle. Although this skill isn't an iframe it deals decent damage and is good for Shadowland.
Secret Wars:
Skill 3 Unibeam (unlocks at 3★),base cooldown time 9 seconds.
Instead of shooting a beam out of his chest Tony shoots 2 beams, one from each hand and gives him the guard but doesn't give him the pushback.

Skill Rotation

4-5-3-1-2 is the best rotation for him. It's great for World Boss and Shadowland
You can also do 3-1-4-2-5 as it's more safe but there is less damage in the begging.

Passive Skills

Passive: Precision Aim (unlock at 4★)
 *Applies to: Self *Increases by +5% of Energy Attack. 
This isn't a #Terrible passive but not the best. If it was bumped to 15 to 30 percent it would be an amazing passive and at least it's not a chance at doing something.
Leadership: Genius Level Intellect
 *Applies to: All Allies *Decrease Skill Cooldown by 24%. 
This is not a very good leadership. It is pretty outdated and someone as iconic in the MCU deserves better than this. It isn't the worst because it's very helpful for new players who don't have the best cards and can't get into a high level alliance so is very helpful and useful for World Boss.
Tier 2 Advancement: Evasive Maneuvers
 *Applies to Self *Increases Skill damage by 42% and Bonus Damage by 30% 
This gives him a #HUGE boost in damage and makes him great. It is not needed for him to preform but it is amazing and he is definitely worth it. He is not a priority but when you have the main ones you should get him.

Gears

 Regular Gears 
Gear | Name | Base stat 1 | +20 Bonus | Base stat 2 | +20 Bonus | Base stat 3 | +20 gears | Base stat 4 | +20 Bonus | Option 1 | Options 2-8
:-- | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | :--: | --:
1 Repulsors EnergyAttack +728 SkillCooldown +513 EnergyAttackbyLV EnergyAttack/AllAttacks
2 Iron Man Armor-Mark46 Energy Defense +617 PhysicalDefense +351 EnergyDefensebyLV AllDefense
3 ArcReactor HP +2465 IgnoreDefense +561 HPperLV HP
4 Friday CriticalRate +1074 Dodge +513 IgnoreDefense IgnoreDefense
He has absolutely no need for skill cooldown on his fourth gear. Using his leadership will get you to max skill cooldown easily and the gear should go to boosting his damage. If you can max his ignore defense through his Obelisk or cards then roll Critical Rate or Critical Damage.
 __Special Gear:__ 
Iron Man isn't really needed for ABX so he doesn't need a damage proc but you can go a couple of ways.
For fixed stats:
*To maximize his damage you should get an Ignore Defense obelisk to cap it. You should only get one if you don't cap it through cards. Otherwise there are more options. *Another good option would be Critical Rate and/or Critical Damage. This will further boost his damage and is good for him as long as your Ignore defense is capped. *Max HP is good for him if your looking to go PVP with him and can make him more health that will help him last longer in battle.
For procs:
*An OK option would be Increase damage by x% proc to boost Tony's damage especially when it procs on his 4th skill make him do Amazing damage. *Invincibility (3 seconds and above) or MAX HP recovery are much more useful for Iron Man to make him more tanky and is useful for him due to him not being an ABX champ.He can do better in AC with an Invincibility proc and a recovery proc.
 __Uru:__ 
The best Uru for Tony would be 2 Energy Attack, 2 HP/Critical Damage and one Skill cooldown or Ignore defense till you reach the cap.

ISO

I would definitely recommend going for an attack set for Tony. His DPS is good and an attack will further that making him hit harder. Any of the 3attack sets are good for Tony. Power of Angry Hulk gives attack speed which he does not need because of his long skill cooldown on his skills and it makes his skills end quick. Hawkseye gives him dodge and skill cooldown which he doesnt need because of his leadership and his good survivability. Overdrive is best for him because it gives him all offensive stats but this is one of 2 hardest sets to roll. Keep any one of them if you roll them.
I wouldn't go for a heal set because they are out of date and don't proc often. If you land on IAAG I would keep it due to its rarity but if it's stark backing reroll for sure.
Both Drastic Density Enhancement and Binary Power are good for him to because they provide attack stats and give you a shield if you mess up. Keep either of these if you roll them.

Teams

Iron Man being one of the most iconic characters in the marvel cinematic universe has many team ups and some are very good.
These are his best team ups because two of them are damage boosting and 2 boost his defense.
Tony benefits from an attack leadership so if you use him in a team with Ironheart use her lead to catapult his damage.
Uses
Here's my Build and my Card Stats.
I am currently using Power of Angry Hulk with 6 star isos. My obelisk is ITGB with 140% damage proc.
I have 2 ,4 star Energy attack uru and 2 , 4 star CRIT damage uru on gears.
I haven't put many resources into Iron Man and he performs very well. Uru isn't needed and an Invincibility Obelisk and would work better.
__Story Mode/Special Missions__ 
Tony isn't a speed clearer. He can do 10-8 in an average of 40-45 seconds and there are much better options. You should use a faster clearer like t2 Elsa/ T2 Unworthy Thor or Wolverine/Odin/Proxima.
I haven't tried him in special missions since he doesn't do well in story it'll be harder in specials.
Villain Siege
He can clear all 3 stages easily. Both at t1 and T2.
Timeline
Timeline is a mode dominated by the likes of native t2s such as Dr Strange, Odin, Jean Grey, Dormammu, Wolverine and others character like Destroyer with his reflect, Broot with his annoying heal, Wasp with her debuff removal,Starog being a guest of honor native t2 and can take down almost anyone.
Tony can hold his own against non meta and he has taken down Thor, Proxima, Corvus. He has even taken down Dr Strange, Wasp, Starog, and Odin once or twice. He won't be the king of timeline by a long shot but if he is your only t2 he can be in your TL team.
Co-Op:
He shines in this mode. For me he gets 140k to 180k and can take 1st place most of the time unless your dealing with a burst damage dealing character.
Battleworld:
This is not a mode I use him in due to there being Dr Strange, Wasp, Starog, Yellowjacket,and Jean Grey he doesn't really have a place here but he can do well with his iframes and guard. He just won't be a King in this mode.
Alliance Battle:
Tony is not the fastest or safest clearer but he can clear alliance battle easily. He took it down in 6 or 7 minutes but he can do it. I'll upload a video when I can.
Extreme Alliance Battle is dominated by Dr Strange and Iron Man has no place here due to his lack of cc.
World Boss:
Proxima is a piece of cake for Iron Man and he can do it within a minute.
Black Dwarf is easy to medium difficulty because of his bleed effect but Iron Man can do if you play carefully or have debuff removal/Healing Character.
Corvus was easy to and he did it without strikers, without an ignore dodge Obelisk or ignore dodge lead.
Supergiant was another piece of cake. She just fell easily but you have to watch out for the lasers.
Ebony is an iframe bitch but he took it down easily also. He just had problem with Iframes but he wasn't too hard to take down.
Thanos was very easy. You just need to learn his pattern and you can get it easily. The meteors weren't a problem at all.
Ithanos was difficult to get because I did it without Strikers and he took a couple of tries but once I got the rotation down it was done.
I'll upload videos of each. It's just that my phone glitched out with my screen recording app but I'll get it to work and update this with videos soon.
__Shadowland__ 
This is a mode where Tony excels in. You name it, he can do it.
He has done for me:
*Combat rumble *Combat Relay *Rocket Raccoon Boss *Male hero Relay *Loki Boss *Fire Relay *Carnage Boss *Venom Boss *Luke Cage
I have yet to try him against Daredevil and the GOTG stage but I'm confident he can do Daredevil. I'll try to upload the videos within the week because of the same video reason. His great damage and survivability make him AWESOME for Shadowland.
Conclusion
Iron Man is a good character who can do a lot of modes. He can be amazing in shadowland and co op and can clear alliance battle and perform in Timeline if needed. His most overlooked strength is his movement speed. - GuitarLord12 . I couldn't agree more. This makes him great for World Boss, allowing him to kite during his skill cooldown.
He isn't the KING of any mode. He doesnt have the highest damage or the best defense. He was just my first t2 and I have always loved the character. He has weaknesses like very high cooldown time on his 4 and 5 skill but that can be changed. He can also be helpful in AC and he has been great after his rework.
I hope this gives some insight on an Iconic character who went from zero to hero. I was one who regretted t2ing him but now I'm glad to have him as a t2 and I embrace it.
I'll upload the videos within this week and next week.
This is my first guide so please tell me how it was and if there are any mistakes I can fix.
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New location for August meeting only!

Check out this @Meetup with Michigan!/usgroup – UNIX/Linux users in Farmington Hills https://t.co/nWAVNfYYsk Next talks: IoT, and Unicode
August 8th, 2017 - MUG Meeting
Regular MUG Meeting
NOTE: We are meeting at a new location this month. We're at the Farmington Library (23500 Liberty St, Farmington, MI 48335). We will resume our normal location next month.
Directions are at the bottom of this event and on the website (http://mug.org) and this post
We meet at 6:30pm on the second Tuesday of each month at the Farmington Community Library.
Topics Include:
Unicode
Ever have these happen to you?
"I just finished a sweet new web application! All I need to do is push it to Heroku and I'm ready to go. But wait; the buildpack blew up with a "no such file or directory" error! WTF?!? It works perfectly locally; what gives?"
"I have a pesky terminal issue. Every time I ssh to my Ubuntu server the man page output is partially garbled. And don't even try launching a curses/TUI application - they look god-awful. Of course if I login to the server locally, everything is fine."
"Sometimes I'll open files from my Windows server with my Python applications and the contents are gibberish - like looking at a binary file in a text editor. Then there's that recurring problem with copy and paste from web pages. I'm taking an online course. The instructor has examples which I copy and paste into my code. Then why I try to execute I get these off-the-wall errors. I have to manually type everything in by hand to get it to work - so irritating."
What's up with all these weird problems? In a word - Unicode. "But I only care about English. Isn't Unicode for those languages with lots of accents and symbols?" Unfortunately that's no longer an option as more and more systems are built to understand and process Unicode-formatted input / output. And it doesn't have to be a painful experience. In this talk James R. Small will show us how to stop treating everything as ASCII and instead learn how to deal with encodings. Join us for an introductory overview and let the Unicode healing begin.
Bio: James R. Small is a Senior Architect at a Tier 1 Telecommunications Company in their Consulting Group. He helps clients develop technology roadmaps and maximize the business value of their IT solutions. Specializing in large and global organizations, he has over 20 years in the industry. His experience includes teaching networking and security at Macomb Community College, presenting at a variety of user groups and major conferences including ILTA and appearing as a subject matter expert on the Packet Pushers podcast. He has worked for small, mid-size and large enterprises as both an employee and a consultant. When he's not immersed in research for his next project he enjoys running, watching his eldest's hockey games, his youngest dance, his wife's stories and traveling with his family.

What is the Internet of Things?
The Internet of things (IoT) is the inter-networking of physical devices. These can range from vehicles (also referred to as "connected devices" and "smart devices"), buildings, and other items. They usually have embedded electronics, software, sensors, actuators, and network connectivity that enable these objects to collect and exchange data.
IoT is viewed as "the infrastructure of the future information society." IoT allows objects to be sensed or controlled remotely across existing network infrastructure. This creates opportunities for more direct integration of the physical world into computer based systems, and results in improved efficiency, accuracy, and economic benefit as well as reduced human intervention.
IoT is right now being aimed at power plants, smart homes, intelligent transportation and smart cities. Each "thing" is uniquely identifiable through its embedded computing system but is able to interoperate within the existing Internet infrastructure. Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of almost 50 billion objects by 2020.
This talk will also briefly cover areas often overlooked (sometimes deliberately) such as security, privacy and integrity.
About Sharan Kalwani:
A seasoned scientific, technical and computing professional, Sharan Kalwani has spent over 20+ years implementing many new and pioneering technologies from operating systems (*nix) , high performance computing (Cray, SGI, compute clusters), engineering applications (CAE simulations), optimization, networking (TCP/IP, Infiniband), operations (ITIL, ITSM), scientific domain (BioInformatics) and project management. A successful speaker and author, Sharan looks to increase the professional approach of every individual he interacts with. He enjoys teaching, contributing to STEM activities and publishing. He is a senior member of IEEE, ACM, Emeritus member of Michigan!/usgroup, and leads the SIG-Linux section of SEMCO. He is currently the Chair of the IEEE SE Michigan Education Society Chapter for 2017.
He is also a published author on the topic: "UNIX and TCP/IP Network Security" published by ProsoftTraining (ISBN: 9781581430219)
Plus we'll have our regular features: Jobs Looking for People, People Looking for Jobs, and much more! We'll also be meeting for dinner after the meeting (location TBD).
When
AUGUST 8TH, 2017 6:30 PM through 8:45 PM
Location
23500 Liberty St, Farmington, MI 48335 United States
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