Bash Scripting: rsync

Hey all. I’m back again with another installment in my (hopefully) popular bash scripting series. In fact this is the penultimate installment for the current time frame. For this, ‘one before last’ scripting blog I have decided to take a look at one of the most powerful commands, the “rsync” command. Rsync, the number one […]

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Securely Transfer Encrypted Info with Password-Less rsync over SSH

System admins often find themselves struggling to automate routine tasks due to security constraints. Of course, security is of utmost importance, especially in a corporate environment, but what about routine tasks that must be automated? Is there a secure way of transmitting information encrypted across machines but without having to authenticate manually each time? Fortunately, […]

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Bash Scripting: Mount

Hey all. Hope you’ve all been enjoying the shockingly great weather we’ve had over the last few weeks. Or how about those Olympics? Team GB didn’t do too badly overall! Ok, down to work. I apologise once again for the lack of posts. Working for our Mac Consultancy department that specialises in education installs, you […]

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