I am quite confused as to why rsync requires --rsync-path flag even when remote rsync is in path. Consider: $ rsync -avze 'ssh -p 22' --delete public/ firstname.lastname@example.org:~/public_html bash: ...
When using SSH to connect rsync to a remote server, how do you escape spaces and such in the remote path? A simple backslash escapes the space for the local bash prompt, but on the remote machine the ...
When backing up with rsync, How do I keep the full directory structure? For example, the remote server is saturn, and I want to backup saturn's /home/udi/files/pictures to a local directory named ...