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Using rsync to mirror folders on NAS

I have an old netbook that I use as a torrent server running utorrent on ubuntu and accessing with the webUI, at the moment I add links through the UI and then manually copy the files over to my NAS. ...
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Rsync creating \#015 directory

I have a virtual ubuntu server running on my windows server. This server has 2 external hdd's attached, which are mounted in ubuntu. Now I try to run rsync to sync a directory on my desktop and my ...
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Mirroring two files: rsync vs cp

I'd like to have a copy of my .emacs file in my Dropbox folder but I'd also like to have this copy in an automatic way, I mean every time I change my .emacs in the home directory I want it to be ...
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How to make NFS mounts available while offline?

Problem: I work on a notebook and while at work I have access to many NFS mounted drives. When I get home they are obviously not available. Windows 7 solution: My business partner uses Windows 7 ...
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Dropbox style syncing of large folders? [closed]

I've researched this quite a bit in the past and have never found a solution that meets my needs perfectly, so I thought I'd throw it out to this community. I have a file server at home that I use to ...
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Possible to preview what will rsync do, before overwriting/deleting files?

With SyncToy on Windows, I can preview what it will do to my files before commiting the changes. Is it possible to do the same with rsync or something similar?
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How can I sync my home folder “both ways” using rsync

I would like to sync my home folder using a server with ssh, is it possible to do it with rsync? I need to be able to sync it between a few computers. Thanks for your help