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    [ubuntu] Re: cli: directory mirror

    Yup, that's the one. In fact, man rsync tells me it's quite versatile.
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    [ubuntu] cli: directory mirror

    Hi all. I need to maintain a mirror copy (b) of a directory structure (a). The following must take place (assuming the dir structures don't change):


    - copy all new files from a to b...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Local Update Server -- possible?

    As my original was a cross-post, I got this reply from cariboo907 in the other thread:



    It looks like that is *exactly* what I am looking for. This is incredibly useful and I hope that a lot of...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Local Update Server -- possible?

    Jim, I haven't tried it yet, but by the looks of it, that is *exactly* what I am looking for. Many thanks.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Local Update Server -- possible?

    Thanks for the prompt reply. Two issues:

    1) I'm going to need some hand-holding as my foray into the world of linux has just begun recently (in earnest).

    2) One of the machines on the network...
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    [ubuntu] Local Update Server -- possible?

    Sorry for the cross-post, I suffered a slip of the mouse...

    We've recently replaced a bunch of windows machines here at work with Ubuntu 8.10 and so far, so good. The frequent updates are nice,...
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    [ubuntu] Local Update Server -- possible?

    We've recently replaced a bunch of windows machines here at work with Ubuntu 8.10 and so far, so good. The frequent updates are nice, but here in South Africa, bandwidth is really expensive.

    Is...
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    Re: Webcam capture with JMF

    /me joins the queue

    FREE TO GOOD HOME:
    79 young, healthy , spayed/neutered, inoculated, pedigree breed, caught-and-handled little NullPointerExceptions. Harmless, very cute. Good with kids.
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    [ubuntu] Re: Touchscreen troubles (75% Solved)

    As it turns out, installing and using a touch screen is actually not a big issue after all. Being a linux ubernoob, it is a daunting task, and not having a single reply to my original post is...
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    [ubuntu] Touchscreen troubles

    Hello community

    After days of effort, and with a lot of help from these forums, I've managed to get my little touchscreen to co-operate...somewhat. Here's a picture of the touch screen in...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu on Sumicom - Mission:OPTIMIZE

    w00t! Replies! Hey guys, thanks ;)

    There appear to be many, many "light" versions and distros. Every now and again I come across yet another...xubuntu, fluxbuntu, arch, DSL, featherlinux, and so...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu on Sumicom - Mission:OPTIMIZE

    OK, this is now officially no longer a 'thread in a forum'. It's a blog. Why no replies? The mind boggles.

    Anyhoo, I've now installed Xubuntu (Alternate CD) as CLI only, then I did a sudo apt-get...
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    [ubuntu] Re: Ubuntu on Sumicom - Mission:OPTIMIZE

    Hello people

    I googled Xubuntu to death and it is still more than what I want. I keep ending up at these forums when looking for help, so, on I go...

    Xubuntu is almost perfect, and I'll be...
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    [ubuntu] Mission:Optimize (u8.04s)

    Referring to Ubuntu 8.04 Server.

    First, let me sort of apologize for a kind of a double post - the other one is quoted below. It was posted in Ubuntu Forums > The Ubuntu Forum Community > Main...
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    [ubuntu] Ubuntu on Sumicom - Mission:OPTIMIZE

    Hello ubuntugurus!

    I have installed 8.04 server on a Sumicom S620, but because I need to develop a (Java) GUI app for a client, I had to install the desktop as well. I did a sudo apt-get install...
  16. Re: Consensus around opensource military technology

    But what I am saying is that average joe uploads the software used for guided missiles. If such things are provided, surely there'll be enormous competition for this resource?
  17. Re: Consensus around opensource military technology

    OK, yeah, wrong category. Sorry about that. This one is evidently quite more suitable.

    I know many military forces world wide use OS graphics api's for training and simulation stuff, or freeware...
  18. Consensus around opensource military technology

    It sounds as if it may qualify as an oxymoron on a number of levels, but the concept intrigues me. What's your feeling about OS military software? Would it make sense, if not also lots of money?...
  19. Re: My (homemade) Java server connects...sometimes

    urgh. The silly thing is that the same application on my windoze server does not give me problems at all - it works as expected. I can assure you that the problem does not lie with the code (I've...
  20. Re: My (homemade) Java server connects...sometimes

    @tenmillion:
    yes, when I connect from localhost it connects every time without fail.

    @hecato:
    when I say I can "sometimes connect to it first time round, sometimes not" I imply that of all the...
  21. Re: My (homemade) Java server connects...sometimes

    help? anyone?
  22. My (homemade) Java server connects...sometimes

    Hi all

    I posted this question in the general section but have had no replies as yet, so I'm trying here. Sorry for the cross-post.

    New to Linux.

    I've written a simple HTTP server in Java,...
  23. My (homemade) Java server connects...sometimes

    Hi all

    I posted this question in the general section but have had no replies as yet, so I'm trying here. Sorry for the cross-post.

    New to Linux.

    I've written a simple HTTP server in Java,...
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    Re: What's your Favorite IDE?

    Netbeans for Java development. I've become extremely productive with it because I've been using it for quite some time now.
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