On Mon, 2008-06-30 at 11:43 +0100, Gavin McCullagh wrote:
>> On Mon, 30 Jun 2008, Frank Murphy wrote:
>> > Centos 5.2 server samba shares (files)
> > Laptop Fedora 9
> > Maybe going back to school.
> > How can I get lappy to access my files
> > when away from home.
> > UTV internet dsl
>> One way would be over ssh:
>> 1. Set up dyndns on the server if you don't have a static ip.
> 2. Set up your router to forward incoming connections on tcp port 22 to
> that server.
> 3. Set up openssh on the server.
> 4. Use the gnome "connect to server" to connect over SSH. I presume kde
> has something similar. From the command line, you could use scp/sftp.
Went with this:
Would would normally copy the archive dir(s)
to the same dirs on a linux box
Basically break up the archive?
ie mv /archive//inadyn/bin to /bin(/usr/bin)
.conf to conf.
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