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Compose and pipe a gzipped tar archive in one go

I'm trying to come up with an effective way to create a gzipped archive of various system partitions on Android, piping everything out to stdout so as to be able to encrypt it as it comes across via ...
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TAR not excluding directories with date pattern

I've written this small script: #!/bin/bash TODAY=`date --rfc-3339=date` CHECKDATE=`date --date "2 days ago" --rfc-3339=date` FILENAME=$TODAY-package.tar tar cvf $FILENAME --no-recursion ...
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Bash script for automatic tar backup of chosen files and directories

Within a given directory in linux environment, I need to pick all files modified after a certain date (let's say 7 days) as well as all directories (only in root directory, hence non recursively) ...
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Backup files with tar command and progress bar? [duplicate]

Can I see a progress bar or something not only ust the terminal screen output while backing up? Here is my shell script that I used backup with tar command: # !/bin/bash DATEJOUR=$(date ...
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How do I hook into Tar with BASH?

Long Story Short I'm working with Tar archives that contain PNG images in base64 encoding. I would like to use BASH (or whatever else works) to hook into the extraction function of Tar to decode PNG ...
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Create .tar.gz from a directory omitting some subdirectories and add only new or changed files

I need to create a script, maybe bash, maybe just a .sh that checks for files changes on a root directory and sub-directories of the root, and adds to a new file. The tar.gz file name should have the ...
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Extract directory from wget's stdout

I am trying to wget a tarball from github.com and, without creating a temporary file, extract a subdirectory from it: wget -qO- https://github.com/django-nonrel/django-nonrel/tarball/develop | tar ...
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Cannot open: Input/output error with tar command in a shell script

I am trying to create a tar ball in a shell script (I have enabled set -x), but I get an error: + cd /home5/mysite/public_html + TAR_DUMP=gypo_2012-02-18-03:51:15.tar.gz + echo 'Tar name: ...
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Wait for process to finish before going to the next line in shell script

I have a script I made to create a backup. I need to make sure the backup is ready before it runs the /home/ftp.sh command. How can I do so? I use CentOS 5.6 #!/bin/bash tar -Pcf ...