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Jan
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comment How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
rsnapshot seems to cut off the trailing /, so that it rsync with the path root@123.123.123.123:/mnt/rsnapshot/. Is there anything I can do without disabling --relative?
Jan
30
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Jan
30
comment How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
in theory, and according to the manpage, this should work, but it doesn't -- I still have the /mnt/rsnapshot in my backups. Any idea what could be wrong?
Jan
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accepted How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
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asked How to truncate backup paths in rsnapshot
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21
accepted is running rsync after filesystem crash enough?
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21
revised is running rsync after filesystem crash enough?
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21
comment ssh tunneling only access
I think that at least in theory, the user will be able to hit CTRL+C at the right moment (between lines 1 and 2) and end up with a full bash shell.
Jan
20
asked is running rsync after filesystem crash enough?
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asked How can I use etckeeper via sudo with different users and have the correct user in the commit message?
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Feb
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comment how to automatically mount ~/Private using ecryptfs when logging in via ssh pubkey
thanks, that's what i feared. i know sshd doesn't know the private key; i simply had the hope that ecryptfs would somehow integrate with sshd to uncrypt.
Feb
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asked how to automatically mount ~/Private using ecryptfs when logging in via ssh pubkey