Re: How can I sync. my USB drive with /home?
I had the same findings - on top of that dealing with umlauts (öäüÖÄÜß).
My best working software under Linux is Krusader. I found Unison GTK too
thorough (== AND slow) for my needs.
The best software for me is still Directory Compare
which I use from a KVM/quemu-started Windows on SMB-mounted Linux-shares.
It only cares for size (which is mostly what I need) ignores cases which IS a
nightmare cooperating Windows/Linux although somewhat handled (!!) by Samba.
It copes with Umlauts.
I use this software for many years now - until 2002 on Windows only. Mainly
syncing "docs to read" and music-files from/to my computers.
Am Montag, 23. April 2007 schrieb Dustin Harriman:
> Hello Theo and everyone,
> I'm curious is anything has been turned up that Theo was asking about
> (he was wondering if there is a KDE-equivalent of "unison-gtk")?
> Now, when I'm sitting at my Linux box and want to synchronize in the
> other direction, things get ugly. The best technique I can come up
> with for now is to "smbmount" the windows directory, then use
> unison-gtk, syncronizing the Linux folder with the Windows folder,
> which is now mounted somewhere. eg: