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Jun
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comment bash script [ x$1 = x ]
The OP was referring to bash, not sh. :-)
Jun
12
comment bash script [ x$1 = x ]
Yeah, you should not do it like this anymore and adopt a more modern style. Unless You're working on a PDP11.
Jul
17
comment mlbackup / rsync / hard links data size
You can run it like any other command by calling it's full path. /usr/local/maclemon/bin/rsync. If you like you can just make an alias for it, for example by putting this line into your shell initialization. alias mlrsync="/usr/local/maclemon/bin/rsync".
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answered Syncing directories in both directions with rsync
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