Tagged: rsync

After Installing Debian 7 Desktop

Checklist of things to do after installing Debian Gnome The first problem you have with a brand new linux (Debian/Ubuntu) install is the user is not setup in sudoers. So first thing: login as root su sudo adduser username sudo sudo vi /etc/sudoers give permissions to your new user – below root username ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL alternately – unsecure username ALL=(ALL)...

Handy Linux Directory Rules

Linux Directory Rules rsync -vaz ~/qwerty ~/mydir CREATES a /qwerty directory under the ~/mydir directory COPIES the DIRECTORY and CONTENTS of the ~/qwerty directory into this newly created directory Without a trailing slash / it means “COPY THE DIRECTORY” rsync -vaz ~/qwerty/ ~/mydir Does NOT CREATE /qwerty directory COPIES the CONTENTS of the ~/qwerty directory to the mydir directory A...

Install Rsync

Rsync Installation Instuctions sudo apt-get install rsync sudo vi /etc/rsyncd.conf copy into rsyncd.conf motd file = /etc/rsyncd.motd [servername] path = /home/username comment = This is the path to folder on the server uid = nobody gid = nobody read only = false auth users = username secrets file = /etc/rsyncd.scrt change username/servername sudo vi /etc/rsyncd.motd any message you want sudo...