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Egyptian scribe
Old file-copying tools like SCP, SSH, and Rsync are all IPv6-ready, but they have syntax quirks you need to know to make them work.

Remote Sessions Over IPv6 with SSH, SCP, and Rsync

Our familiar old file-copying friends SSH, SCP, and Rsync are all IPv6-ready, which is the good news. The bad news is they have syntax quirks which you must learn to make them work. Before we get into the details, though, you might want to review the previous installments in our meandering IPv6...
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encrypted backup
In this article on encrypted backups, you'll learn how to fine-tune your file selection and how to backup your encryption keys.

Managing Encrypted Backups in Linux, Part 2

In part 1, we learned how to make simple automated unencrypted and encrypted backups. In this article, I will show you how to fine-tune your file selection, and how to backup your encryption keys. rsync Include and Exclude Files rsync supports all kinds of complex ways to build lists of files that...
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How to allows incremental file sync for many users on Linux

Suppose you as a software developer has set up daily builds of your software for testing purposes. Every day you make a new build, users have to re-download the updated build to evaluate it. In this case you may want to enable differential downloads, so that users can download only difference...
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