Gavin Beatty wrote:
> On 04/08/07, Frank Murphy <frankly3d.weblists at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Is there an autmatic way to set up a copy command to keep the /etc/hosts in
>> sysc with the one in .cxoffice?
>>>> Hard link if they're on the same drive. Plain ln, no -s flag.
Home (.cxoffice/../hosts) is on a separate physical drive, so
unfortunately it's out.
Is there a way to run a cron "cp" as\just before the box shuts down,
that would overwrite the /etc/hosts with the updated version from
Even after my nap still wrecked...
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