Re: making backup using rsync in home LAN
On 8/23/05, H. S. <email@example.com> wrote:
> I backup my data on my home machine using a rsync script
> (http://www.tux.org/~tbr/rsync/rsynchowto.html website was extremely
> helpful). The machine runs Debian Testing, 2.6.11 kernel. My OS is on
> /dev/hda and backups are done on /dev/hdb.
You may want to take a look at
> It would probably entail installing Samba. Then there would probably be
> a rsync client on Windows on the laptop. Then the periodicity of the
> backups would need to be sorted out since the laptop is not always on
> and not always on my home network -- which probably means a cron job may
> not be enough and a little scrilpt may be needed on the laptop. It's
> backups are to reside on /dev/hdb on my Testing computer. Can anyone
> share his/her experiences regarding this?
Mount the NTFS partition and back it up when you back up the linux
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