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I write software in a French medical imaging startup. I have experience in C++, LabVIEW, Python, and software quality standards.


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revised Can I connect to Windows machine from Linux shell?
Fix link incorrectly pointing to Cygwin
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suggested suggested edit on Can I connect to Windows machine from Linux shell?
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comment Why do I need to quote variable for if, but not for echo?
I don't need them, I can echo $test and it works (it outputs the value of $test)
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accepted Why do I need to quote variable for if, but not for echo?
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comment Why do I need to quote variable for if, but not for echo?
yes but why don't we need it for echo?
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comment UID mapping with rsync
let us continue this discussion in chat
Mar
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comment UID mapping with rsync
Tried it too, but rsyncd doesn't map UIDs (running as root on remote). Anyway I can't seem to login with RSH so I'll stick with NFS mount and chown stuff by scripting.
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accepted UID mapping with rsync
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comment UID mapping with rsync
I'm syncing over NFS (one of the server is an atom NAS, and SSH tunnel is kill bandwidth), and good Lord after retrying with SSH it works! I suppose I have to look into RSH, as I'll have both transfer speed and UID mapping, right?
Mar
29
comment UID mapping with rsync
rsync doesn't do the right thing for me (I have same usernames, only uid differ). I guess rsync can't map them as users are now stored in LDAP...
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29
asked UID mapping with rsync