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Synchronizing Files between Ubuntu and Windows Server

I have a Ubuntu Server 12.4 LTS with Samba Share and I would like to synchronize my all Folders in the shared folder to the Windows Server (Win2k8R2). So Far I have used Lucky Back up, Freesync and ...
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RSYNC only Updated Files

I am running the following script to push information off of a remote server and store it on a local server. The script works but every time it is ran it downloads everything over again. I have tried ...
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How to run rsync without staying logged in?

I want to run the following rsync command to transfer a folder from a remote server to my current one sudo -r -a -v -e 'ssh -p portnum' username@serverip:/home/path/* /home/path this directory is ...
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rsync --exclude not excluding

I'm using rsync on an Ubuntu 12.04 LTS server with the following script to back up all of /, however, whenever I run the script (as root), the directory /backup is included, when it should be ...
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What directories absolutely need to be in a full system backup? [closed]

I'm currently configuring an Ubuntu Server system and would like to perform routine backups using rsync. The goal is to have the right files backed up so that I can use the backup to create an ...
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Copy entire filesystem in a folder where a raid-1 array is mounted

I am trying to migrate from a single disk drive system to a double disk drive software raid-1 system that already has a running system on it. Meaning that formatting and having a new installation of ...
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rsync server, uploaded files permissions incorrect

I'm trying to setup an rsync server on my Ubuntu machine. Transfer from a local PC to the server via rsync does work, but the resultant uploaded files have no r,w or x bits set, e.g. ---------- 1 ...
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Run scripts on user login, but before session (Linux)?

Does anyone know of a way to do the following on Linux. I can't seem to find a way to run a script after the user is authenticated, but before the session starts... User types username and password ...