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Mimic your CCRMA Home Directory

If you already have Linux installed on your computer you can follow the next steps using unison or rsync. If you don't have Linux installed on your machine you might consider installing Linux §13.3 and PlanetCCRMA.

  • With the 'unison' command: Suppose you want to sychronize the directory 'doc' in your computer with the 'doc' in your CCRMA $HOME/ directory. You simply type a 'unison' command like,

    
     		 unison doc ssh://ccrma-gate/doc       
    

    Make sure you are in the $HOME/ directory in both machines.

  • With the 'rsync' command: Suppose you want to sychronize the directory 'mail' in your computer with the 'mail' in your CCRMA $HOME/ directory. You type a 'rsync' command like,

    
     		 rsync -a -vv -e ssh mail/ ccrma-gate:mail/       
    

  • To sychronize a single file, use the 'rsync' command like:

    
     		 rsync  -vv -e ssh myfile.mat ccrma-gate:matlab/myfile.dat       
    

  • You can find more information at the MAN pages for unison and more rsync.


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