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There is not much to say... I am just me :)


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comment Using rsync in a cronjob when a password is needed
So the path in the ssh command would be the path to the keyfiles on the remote? Since I dont use https on the server and it is deactivated I could then throw my keyfiles into httpsdocs and they would be safe there. I will give that a try in the evening.
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comment Using rsync in a cronjob when a password is needed
I cant run any additional demons, also I have a dynamic IP, so authorizing against it is not possible :(
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accepted How to replace one char with another in all filenames of the current directories?
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removed the hardcoded searchpath, so that this is usable as a scriptfile and working in the current directory
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