/home replication on laptop
I have three PC's and a laptop running debian. They are all networked
together, one of the PC's is soon to be an NFS/NIS server. I am doing this to
share /home and other common directories.
Sharing /home should be no problem for the PC's, however I don't know what I
am going to do with my laptop. Since I am always roaming other networks, I
would like to have /home from my network replicated on my laptop and when I
get to my home network, sync up any changes that are made.
Can I do this with NFS? I've considered the option of keeping /home on my
laptop and when I'm on my home network, mount the NFS share on a 'dummy'
directory and sync the two. However, this seems cumbersome and not very
elegant. Is there a better solution?
Joseph Schlecht <email@example.com>