Easy File Sync with Bitpocket
Mar 29, 2012, 07:01 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Need to keep files and documents in sync across multiple Linux
machines? Bitpocket provides a no-nonsense solution to the problem.
This tiny shell script uses the excellent rsync software to perform
the syncing jiggery-pockery. This means that you can have one
machine acting as the "main repository", and then have several
"client" machines which will be able to sync with it. (This
obviously means that all client machines will have the same files).
Here is how you configure it."
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