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comment Uploading directories with sftp?
Thanks -- I've corrected my answer. It's about time, huh? ;-P
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revised Uploading directories with sftp?
Correct mistaken answer and fill in additional details about OpenSSH's behavior
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Apr
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answered Make tar (or other) archive, with data block-aligned like in original files for better block-level deduplication?
Apr
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answered What is the meaning of the contents of /proc/net/unix?
Apr
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answered Standard subshell vs command-substitution subshell
Apr
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answered Why does 8250 UART driver not wake up TTY if more than 256 characters are pending?
Apr
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reviewed Approve Script that will show area of rectangle
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Mar
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revised unable to scp a file with a space in name
edited body
Mar
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comment unable to scp a file with a space in name
This gives the same result as the command line in the question. (I just tested it on my own server.)
Mar
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answered unable to scp a file with a space in name
Mar
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answered How can I address the path/file I just specified again?
Mar
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comment How to check if $PWD is a subdirectory of a given path
@AlexisPeters: You're right: I was focusing on the "string prefix" part of the question, and I have edited to make that more clear. Gilles has nicely covered the proper way to check for subdirectories.
Mar
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revised How to check if $PWD is a subdirectory of a given path
Clarify that this only solves the "string prefix" part of the question.
Mar
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Mar
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comment Add/update a file to an existing tar.gz archive?
I took a look at how archivemount works. It does not modify the existing .tar.gz file, but when you unmount, it renames the original and creates a brand new tar file in its place. If you're looking for a good user experience, it's great, but if you're looking to avoid rewriting the entire archive for efficiency reasons, it won't help you.
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