I want to keep my local folder synchronized with a network folder. Is there any folder synchronization utility or feature in Linux?
I happen to know about rsyn, and I use rsync to sync between my mac and a linux server as follows. rsync -r -t -v MAC LINUX rsync -r -t -v LINUX MAC I expected to run the first command to sync, but ...
I have huge simulation directories on the two machines server and on cluster which I want to keep synchronized. The basic situation is that files rarely change but when a simulation is done many big ...
I have two drives with the same files, but the directory structure is totally different. Is there any way to 'move' all the files on the destination side so that they match the structure of the ...
When I was first introduced to Linux, working at Cisco Systems in 2000, I was taught the merits of the sync command, used to flush buffers to disk to prevent filesystem corruption / data loss. I was ...
I'm trying to sync 2 folders containing audio files of multiple types (WMA, MP3, M4V,...). I want to sync these folders but the sync process should only take into account the file names, not the ...
I am planning to setup a groupware server that's either Citadel or SOGo, which supports the GroupDAV, CardDAV, or SyncML protocols. Is there a commandline e-mail client that supports syncing contacts ...
I have a folder with a few files in it, and some space on a web server. I want to do a bi-directional sync between the local folder and the remote one in linux, just on modification time. How do I ...
I have a few different linux machines and a lot of config files (and folders) on each. For example: ~/.ssh/config ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml ~/.config/openbox/autostart.sh ~/.scripts/ ( folder ) ...
I have a Palm Centro, and I'd like to copy the pictures to my computer. However, I'm using Ubuntu, and I don't want to switch to Windows or use Palm's horrible sync application (through Wine.) Is ...
How do I copy an entire directory into a directory of the same name without replacing the content in the destination directory? (instead, I would like to add to the contents of the destination folder) ...
Using the Linux command line, I use the scp command to copy up all the files and folders from a certain directory. However, I don't like to consume wasted bandwidth for copying up things I rarely ...