Hermann Ingjaldsson

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Jun
20
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
13
comment ls command - define number of columns
You can also just write your own script, I did so some years ago and use it all the time: synodins.com/scripts/ls_crystal. By either writing your own or using mine you have complete control over how the script operates.
Jun
5
revised Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
edited title
Jun
4
comment Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
Brilliant, then I most likely don't have to worry about this at all.
Jun
4
comment Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
yes they're the same.
Jun
4
comment Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
Thanks for the info, its interesting. But best of all would be if Rsync-ing over another wouldn't do any harm to begin with.
Jun
4
asked Rsync over Rsync via cronjob
Jun
4
accepted Rsync after copy
Jun
4
comment Rsync after copy
I tested it, I scp'd a 100Mb folder from a remote location to local, and then I rsync'd from that remote to this new local over it, and it took a tiny amount of time at first, and the second time I rsync'ed it was around 0.5 sec, so basically yes, copying before Rsync is ok.
Jun
4
revised Rsync after copy
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Jun
4
comment Rsync after copy
Yes but when running rsync after having run copy, will then only the changes be sent?
Jun
4
asked Rsync after copy
May
29
comment Bought speakers (HS-307 USB), driver issue
how do I load the snd-usb-audio module?
May
29
comment Bought speakers (HS-307 USB), driver issue
I could find this hecticgeek.com/2012/01/… but he says "And if PulseAudio is working just fine for you, then I highly recommend that you stick with it." So I guess I should just count my losses and buy another speaker.
May
29
asked Bought speakers (HS-307 USB), driver issue
May
29
awarded  Popular Question
May
25
comment Removing access privileges to backup while maintaining current setup
This copy of this giant directory is a part of the backup system. There are many instances of this folder stored in many different places. Not damaging whatever user privileges have been set within the folder is to me a part of having a high quality backup solution. I want to minimize the chances that anyone can break into the system and change anything, without marginalizing the quality of the backup.
May
24
revised Change one typed key for another
added 85 characters in body
May
24
accepted `cp -al` snapshot whose hard links get directed to a new file when edited
May
24
comment Removing access privileges to backup while maintaining current setup
What do you mean root:root. To me it's just root.