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Make sure you are using rsync -z to compress over the network. Other options to consider are -H (hardlinks) and -S (sparse files). Before you run your rsync, do a version with -nv which does no updates but shows you which files will be updated. Out of the list of files, use your knowledge to match where a missing file might already exist on the remote, ...


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You're probably using something which uses the framebuffer directly, without using X. It is not possible to display such things remotely. I don't know this emulationstation thing, but I can say that kodi works just fine with an X server. Also, it has its own android remote app which is a more useful way of controlling it from android; you might want to look ...


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If you're not using X, what are you using? For text-only/shell display, ssh is the way to go. For X, you have two options: remote display by changing your display to a network location with an X server, or VNC. You can also try proprietary solutions, for example TeamViewer, which supports android clients: https://www.teamviewer.com/en/index.aspx EDIT: ...


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Sounds to me like QCreator is using the wrong shell type on your RPi2? The error message suggests that the shell is unable to create an array type, which might indicate it is running dash say instead of bash. If this is the case, you need to find a way to 'force' an ssh login on RPi2 to use a given shell (probably bash). One limited way is to use forced ...


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On Linux, install and run the SSH daemon sshd (the package is openssh-server in most distributions). Then from Windows download and use WinSCP to connect to the Linux machine and transfer your files in both directions. Or - to do this the other way around - install the SSH server freeSSHd on Windows, then from Linux run the command scp ...


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Setup a SMB-share on your Windows host. Install smbclient on your Linux host (on Debian you can do it with sudo apt-get install smbclient). Connect to your SMB-share with: smbclient //NETBIOS_NAME/RESOURCE -I IP.ADD.RE.SS -N And finally download a file with: get (filename)


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Use ssh? Replace tail -F access.log with ssh REMOTEHOST tail -F access.log ==> ssh myUSER@myREMOTEHOST tail -F access.log | awk '{print $8}' | awk '{gsub("http://|/.*","")}2' | awk '{gsub("http://|:.*","")}1' | grep -E -v "([0-9]{1,3}\.){3})[0-9]{1,3}" | while read i ; do nslookup $i [dns-server_ip]; done > ips.txt @kasperd, thanks for pointing ...


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The solution evolved into http://www.gnu.org/software/parallel/parallel_design.html#Remote-Ctrl-C-and-standard-error-stderr $SIG{CHLD} = sub { $done = 1; }; $pid = fork; unless($pid) { # Make own process group to be able to kill HUP it later setpgrp; exec $ENV{SHELL}, "-c", ($bashfunc."@ARGV"); die "exec: $!\n"; } do { # Parent is not ...



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