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check that csync is started by xinet: chkconfig --lits csync2 If it is off then add it chkconfig csync2 on And restart xinetd service xinetd restart


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https://syncevolution.org/ should be able to do this, but don't expect it to be stable. This seems to be still somewhat experimental technology.


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You can mount your destination folder from your windows system as a drive in the Ubuntu system and use rsync to achieve your goal: rsync -rtv source_folder/ destination_folder/ In the source_folder notice that I added a slash at the end, doing this prevents a new folder from being created, if we don't add the slash, a new folder named as the source folder ...


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I've read about it, but didn't use it yet: Lsyncd Maybe this can help you.


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There are many different ways to do this. What's best depend on your situation. rsync etc. Networked file system like NFS to store the data Deployment scripts tied into your VCS (or standalone) ... My first look would be into hooks for your VCS - if done right, a simple git push can make all this happen.



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