This looks like just the job for rsync (rsync.samba.org).
Ian Swainson stated the following on Tue, Nov 30, 1999 at 05:32:37PM -0500 :
> Hi All,
>> Someone sent me this query, and I post it to the list(s) in the hope
> that someone can help. I'm afraid I have to assume that both client
> and server in this case are Win-dow!s boxes (sorry)...
> I am looking for a solution for the following:
>> Client needs to be able to download files from one central site to
> multiple remote sites.
>> The client also needs to be able to upload files from the remote sites
> to the central site.
>> The central site and the remote sites have modems and have dial-up
> connections between
>> The file transfer must be able to be scheduled and kicked off manually
>> It is preferable that no tsr is required to run on the remote sites.
>> Ideally, I'd like to send on a solution that could impress the
> 'Client' above as to the advantages of open-source... FSF/gnu ? Might
> get them interested in moving 'up' to Linux, or at least get them
>> Thanks for your time.
> Ian Swainson
>> PS. Apologies for the double-posting to those who are on both the CLUG
> and ILUG lists...
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