I use rsync as my primary backup utility as it is fairly efficient at archiving files (NOTE: to backup to fat32 usb drives, make sure –modify-window=1 is used). I recently discovered unison, and am using it for real time synchronization between directories from two Linux computers. I really like it. Because of how well unison… Read more »
Dropbox is a very nice tool for real time synchronization. It works very well to keep files from multiple devices (computers, phones, etc.) in sync. I use it mainly as a cloud-based backup for some of my files. However, it’s been on the headlines recently due to security and privacy concerns, leading to calls for… Read more »
I’m on the look out for this site. Might try it some day on my NAS or on another dedicated file server. Hope he makes more progress and updates the post.
So I was googling around to find out how to change the shell in tramp for emacs, and I ran into this and this. When editing remote files with emacs using tramp, opening and saving files can take a bit of time, due to re-logging in and authenticating. I discovered that you OpenSSH has a… Read more »
So I’ve been using iWeb on my macbook to create my personal webpage and potential course websites. I use it because i don’t really know html, and i don’t think I NEED to learn it right now. Point and click to create them is fine with me for the time being. Actually, I would prefer… Read more »