christopher.hollow at cgi.com
Thu Feb 5 11:26:56 PST 2004
Here's how I do it...
- Open a writable Samba share on the FreeBSD box.
- Map the drive from Windows and ensure the Win-user
can write to it.
- Schedule Robocopy (Res. Kit utility) to sync the
Samba share from publications.
Should do it. Robocoy script should be something like:
robocopy.exe C:\publications J:\sambashare /mir >> C:\robocopy.log
where C:\ is your local source directory that you
are syncing from and J: is your mapped Samba share
on the FreeBSD box.
Darryl Hoar wrote:
>I have a Freebsd 5.1-release box with samba installed, configured and
>On my network I have an NT 4 server (can't change this right now). It has
>a share on it called publications.
>I would like to synchronize (in one direction) the files from the
>share to the Freebsd box. So, when I synchronized, any changes on the
>publications share are copied to the freebsd box, but NEVER the other way.
>Any ideas on this ?
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