Re: /home replication on laptop
>>>>> "JS" == Joseph Schlecht <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
JS> Can I do this with NFS? I've considered the option of
JS> keeping /home on my laptop and when I'm on my home
JS> network, mount the NFS share on a 'dummy' directory and
JS> sync the two. However, this seems cumbersome and not
JS> very elegant. Is there a better solution?
I use "rsync" for unidirectional sync, and
for bidirectional sync, both over ssh. Of the latter, tehre
is an unstable Debian package, but the binary version for
linux provided by the unison-developers (for unison-2.6.11)
also works flawlessly on my potato.
== Uwe ==