Use the mirror tag to refer to a website that hosts the files, packages, and images that comprise a distribution.

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Proxy or something else to mirror website?

I want to set up a website on my internal network that mirrors the bbc iplayer website and have all the associated functionality. The internal site will be a vm or a container with a vpn client ...
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Is there a way to mount two folders into one mounting point, so that folders are mirrored?

I want some tool like $ mirroring_mount ~/first_location ~/second_location ~/mount_point So, when I edit file in ~/mount_point, it is edited in both locations, and if ~/first_location and ~/...
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Centos 7.2 Convert single LVM to RAID Mirror Reinstall BootLoader

I am trying to convert a single-drive Centos 7.2 installation with LVM into a two-disk mdadm mirror with mrrored LVM. I was able to follow the excellent instructions at: http://www.dgoradia.com/...
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How to replace a disk which contains the CentOS6

I have a machine that contains a disk which one has CentOS 6 Installed. In that disk, There are two partitions. One of them if mounted on /boot, and the second one is a PV for the rootvg. I need to ...
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Undeleted files on FTP

I have just deleted files from the my main server but they appear to be still present on the FTP server. Yet, there is a mirroring that is supposed to be done. The purged directory is empty, yet a '...
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Dual monitors mirror each other

So I have two monitors for this desktop and both of them currently mirror each other. I'm on Fedora 23 running a Radeon R9 390 8GB. I've tried the proprietary ATI drivers and when I reboot I get grub ...
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debmirror not working with Debian experimental release

I am trying to mirror the debian "experimental" release on my debian mirror. I am using debmirror to do this: #!/bin/sh GNUPGHOME=/var/lib/debmirror; export GNUPGHOME debmirror -a amd64,i386 -e ...
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Which iptables chain does a new stream created by TEE go to?

Where do packets go after being created by the TEE target? I am working on mirroring some traffic that needs to go to multiple computers on my network. So what happens to both streams after using ...
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wget mirror site + resources from other domain

I'm trying to download a website so it can be browsed offline, so I want the html, images, css, javascript, etc. The problem is that the images are not all hosted on the same domain as the website, ...
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Is there a way to tell which files in /etc were modified?

I want to create a mirror of my existing Debian server. I modified many files in /etc, and I don't want to redo everything by hand or download huge mirrors. What I thought of doing is Download a ...
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When have software mirrors been compromised before?

Stemming from this answer Mirrors can be compromised (this has happened in the past). It's easier to watch a single distribution point. If an attacker managed to upload a malicious package ...
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What can I do to fix a “could not resolve host: mirrors.fedoraproject.org” when applying system updates?

This is now the second day of getting this error message when I attempt to download and install system updates. There are 25 updates, including an OS update, waiting to be installed. Detailed ...
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How do I write a bash script that will let users choose the value of the MIRROR environment variable?

I am presently in the process of writing a Bash function that when invoked will ask users to choose from a list of Sabayon's mirrors, but I would like it if each option could include info on the ...
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mdadm - Creating RAID1 on LiveUSB does not persist when re-booting

I have three drives sda, sdb, and sdc: $ lsblk NAME MAJ:MIN RM SIZE RO TYPE MOUNTPOINT sda 8:0 0 2.7T 0 disk ├─sda1 8:1 0 1M 0 part ├─sda2 8:2 0 500M 0 part ├─sda3 8:...
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Clone an outdated mirror repository to archive it

Kali Linux 1.0.0 is now End of Life but they had setup an archive mirror for it. It will no longer be maintained, but in version 2.0 some of my dependencies seems to fail and I can't fix it. My ...
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Can rsync fix time stamps without redownloading?

I have mirrored 100 GiB of files. On my mirror, some of the timestamps and maybe file permissions are wrong. I would like to use rsync to fix this. The server from which I have downloaded has more ...
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reduce bandwidth consumption from downloading yum updates

I have several machines (7) running fedora and would like to reduce the amount of external bandwidth I am consuming. I see that there were several attempts to setup mirrors, but those projects seem ...
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wget -k doesn't convert all links

I am trying to mirror a complete website to another domain. I am trying to use wget -mk http://example.com However the -k option leaves some URLs original while other are converted such as: ...
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Replace both disks in a raid 1 mirror

I have a 3 years old server with two same disks. I'm planning to replace both before they fails. Can I add two more new disks to the raid and (after it has been rebuild) eventually remove the two old ...
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Why is a mirror list important for my Arch installation?

The "Select a Mirror" section of the Beginner's Guide for Arch Linux is simple enough, but it doesn't explain why an operating system would need a list of mirrors (it's the first time I hear of this). ...
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How to create a http mirror?

I need to create a mirror of a directory shared over HTTP. Source server uses apache index module. Here is an example of a similar directory: http://apache.mirrors.pair.com/httpd/ The content is not ...
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how to use xrandr to mirror just a part of my main screen?

I want to make a mirror of just a part of my main screen to another monitor with different resolution. So it will be necessary to crop the desired area and apply a transformation to fit the screen ...
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Rolling back EPEL 7

I have a fresh installation of CentOS 6.5, and I accidentally added the EPEL 7 mirror, and performed a yum update. Is there an easy way to roll this back and add EPEL 6 instead? Update I ...
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rsync file copy including files that change

I have to copy files between 2 servers using rsync (the network is slow). Can mirroring/ FXP with lftp be used here? Also there will be a continuous flow of files in the source directory & the ...
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Is there anyway to download an entire RHEL repo from windows?

I have a number of offline machines RedHat machines that I need to update, and I have an active RedHat subscription for all of them. I am unable to get an internet connection to these machines so I ...
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disable YUM mirrorlist checking

I have a machine which is not connected to the internet. I still want to execute some yum commands from time to time. YUM does like to update the mirrorlist every so often, resulting in errors like: ...
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Understanding the structure of an Arch package repository mirror

I'm trying to figure out the structure better of a Arch Linux package repository mirror. There's several folders which are pretty easy to understand, such as community, core, extra, multilib, iso, kde-...
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Why can't I create an LVM RAID1 or mirror volume?

I'm running Ubuntu 12.04 and have just added 2 new hard drives into my server. The idea being that I would create a volume group that would include them and create a bunch of logical volumes on them ...
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Find + Grep Recursive Search

I am mirroring a website using wget. On the server, there is a dump of the find / command, which includes filenames in the form : /dir1/ /dir1/page1.txt /dir1/page2.txt ... The mirrorring is very ...
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How can I get a two-display Radeon HD 3470 graphics setup working with Scientific Linux 6.5?

I have Scientific Linux 6.5 (2.6.32-431.11.2.el6.x86_64) installed on a Dell OptiPlex 760 with a Radeon HD 3470 graphics card and two displays hooked up to it. I'm having difficulties setting ...
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Debian partial Mirror - “debpartial-mirror” specific mirroring

I am using Debian 7.3 with debpartial-mirror in order to create and maintain an offline mirror. Since I need only the basic packages (packages needed for installation via PXEboot and maybe the most ...
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LFTP: Mirror to remote except particular file present on remote

I usually edit my website locally and push it with this command: lftp -u user,password host -e "mirror -c -e -R -x ^\.git/$ my /my; exit" But now, my website dynamically appends data to the /my/...
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How to copy directory structure without removing symlinks?

I need to "install" a bunch of files to another directory keeping the directory structure of the source files intact. For example, if I have ./foo/bar/baz.txt going to /var/www/localhost/webroot/ I ...
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ZFS Raid-Z with different size disks

I've searched, and I think I understand, but just want to verify that I have the right concept. I am building a new PC, and want to set up the old one as a file server. Ultimately, I would like two "...
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Disabling mirror option in preseed.cfg

I am installing Debain Weezy (netinstall) in VirtualBOX using preseed.cfg. I'm trying to create a preseed.cfg that would skip/not set Debian mirror in the Configure the package manager step. I am not ...
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Why would I use a rsync mirror?

Most Linux distributions offer mirrors that use rsync. I know that rsync is best used on mirrors because it only copies the delta between the local file and the remote one. What benefits do I get as ...
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Are disks interchangeable in a mirrored RAID setup?

It is often written that disks in a mirrored RAID (like RAID 1) are an exact mirror copy one of another. So can I turn the machine off and simply swap the two harddisks cables? And if one of the two ...
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error running raidctl on Solaris 10

I am trying set up a disk mirror on a Solaris 10 system. The two disks are identically formatted and not mounted. Neither is a boot disk. I ran the following: # raidctl -c c1t2d0 c1t3d0 RAID_CREATE:...
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Rsync and take name/path changes into account [duplicate]

I maintain a large folder, and this folder is regularly rsync'ed to another folder far away. Sometimes I change a name on my local folder, and then the next time I rsync to the remote folder the ...
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Copy/Mirror traffic to WAN interfaces without “iptables tee” support

I want to copy every outgoing packet to other WAN interfaces but my iptables (v1.2.7) doesn't have TEE target support. I wonder if there is another way (maybe using iproute2 or ebtables) to copy every ...
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Why is wget skipping files while trying to mirror a site

I ran wget on this site: http://demo.codestag.com/geeklove/ but it only returns a single index.html wget --recursive --no-clobber --page-requisites --html-extension --convert-links --restrict-file-...
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ufw firewall rules for security.debian.org

What is a practical way to manage a whitelist of firewall outgoing connection rules for http://security.debian.org (on a server that blocks all outgoing connections by default)? My understanding is ...
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Is there a way to mirror USB outputs?

I'm currently writing a program for a project. It is for a braille reading system where I have a braille display connected via USB that is controlled by a program called brltty. One of the ...
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how to mirror four monitors with 2 nvidia cards on debian?

I have 2 nvidia GeForce GT 610 video cards with 2 monitors plugged to each one of them. I can mirror the A and B and C to D but I want them all to show A. pleas help =)
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How to disable gzip compression with wget?

There are other questions asking how to enable gzip compression with wget, and lots of web pages out there telling how to do this, but I need the opposite. I'm trying to locally mirror a site, and I'...
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reposync exclude subdirs from mirror

Is there a way to make the reposync command ignore a subdir of a public repo when mirroring it ? It seems to only want to sync on the url that has the /repodata/ & /repoview/ dirs, but i'm ...
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Can Linux support Mirror Bootable Disk with LVM like IBM-AIX/HP/Solaris UNIX?

I have searched a lot in Google and Linux sites, but it seems that only UNIX, especially HP-UX supports mirror bootable disk configuration. Can anyone tell me whether Linux (I am using SuSE 10) can ...
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How can you mirror the stdout of one terminal to another one?

I'm not sure if I'm phrasing the question correctly, but let's say that I have two virtual terminals open, and if I typed ls in one of them, I'd get the contents of the directory in both of them (the ...
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solaris + vxprint + mirror for rootvol & rootdisk7vol not exist

I run the vxprint -g rootdg on my Solaris machine (HW- NETRA T2000) As we see here - rootvol & rootdisk7vol has missing lines (swapvol is OK) How to fix the rootvol & rootdisk7vol in order ...
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How do I create a local copy of a complete website section from OSX using wget?

This question follows from: How do I create a local copy of a complete website section from OSX using curl? After discovering OSX's native curl wouldn't do this task I downloaded wget from here: http:...