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Re: [K12OSN] rsync, apt-get, up2date, etc. . .



Set up ssh keys for each server

ssh-keygen -t rsa

accept defaults 
then add each servers id_rsa.pb to the others .ssh/authorized_keys

and the servers will be able to log into each other without passwords

then rsync -e ssh -avp /some/local/directory remote.ip:/some/remote
directory/

and sit back

Regards
Dean

On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 21:00, Doug Simpson wrote:
> Rsync, first.
> 
> I need to get rsync to work between two of my servers.  How do I 
> accomplish this?
> 
> Apt-get, second.
> 
> When you do an apt-get update, does it go look for newer versions of all 
> packages on your machine or just a specific few?  Then use apt-get upgrade 
> and it upgrades the packages if found newer ones for, right?  If it just 
> looks for a specific few, then how do you make it do all of them?
> And one more thing, how can you get a list of all packages available by 
> apt-get?  Does this accomplish about the same thing as up2date?
> 
> Thanks!




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