Re: uploading a website (reverse mirror)?
> Thus spake Frankie (firstname.lastname@example.org):
> > I have a slow modem. My website is ~9MB. When I change files in it, I
> > don't want to have to a) upload the whole site or b) remember which
> > files I've changed, and upload them manually.
> mirrordir works very nicely for this purpose, and more. You can use it to
> transfer only new / changed files, optionally delete no longer existent files,
> handle permissions, and such.
> It's very robust mirroring and synchronisation program, I think it's defiantly
> worth your consideration.
cheers - the only one I hadn't tried and it does the job perfectly!
> .oO,.. oneiros (email@example.com) ..,Oo.
> ... and the `fortune -s` for this e-mail is ...
> Any clod can have the facts, but having opinions is an art.
> -- Charles McCabe
> Unsubscribe? mail -s unsubscribe firstname.lastname@example.org < /dev/null
Confession is good for the soul only in the sense that a tweed coat is
--Peter de Vries
http://www.skunkpussy.freeserve.co.uk - Drum'n'Bass music, samples and