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Re: [opensuse] file transfere
On 3/18/2011 2:41 PM, Carl Hartung wrote:
On Friday 18 March 2011 14:32:52 kanenas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
On Friday 18 March 2011 08:08:09 am Peter Nikolic wrote:
On Friday 18 March 2011 17:59:21 kanenas@xxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
That would not work for a bidirectional sync.

Yes but it does what i need very well as the files are almost always
going to be a one way transaction from desktop to laptop

Pete .


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you might want to remove the --delete portion of the command, it might have
some unintended consequences.

Nonsense! This is FUD. The behavior of '--delete' was adequately explained in
my example. Why are you 'trolling' my simple answer to the OP's simple
question?

bye

The OP advertised himself as simple and ignorant with the very first post. It was entirely correct in that context to say either nothing at all to them, since you have no idea that they'll follow directions accurately, or if you say anything, say only the safest possible things.

When a person says "I can't figure out how to turn my tv on and the remote is too complicated and I don't want to read the manual either because I'm too lazy and I can't understand it anyways." You do not tell THAT person to take the back off the tv and look for broken wires to fix and then call it THEIR fault if they get electrocuted because you included a note about being careful.

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