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comment Can statically linked binary require shared libraries?
Would be nice if someone with a real grasp of linking would add a paragraph on how this stuff really works without all the "experimentation"
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comment Scp only a specific folder
rsync is pretty much the best there is, once you get used to it. I would suggest something better if I knew anything better ;)
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comment Scp only a specific folder
I have never used this options, but there is --log-file=FILE for rsync which can be customized. You can look into that. .....The simple thing to do would be: rsync /source /destination -av 2>&1 > /tmp/rsync-out.txt . This will save all the output and errors into /tmp/rsync-out.txt