In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to use rsync to synchronize files and folders. We’ll learn how to do this on our local system, and also on remote machines.
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I'm a backend developer with an interest in big data analytics architectures and information security. I build backend systems and data analytics solutions on Linux-based cloud environments using open-source software. Also, I write technical articles on Baeldung, Hackernoon, and Medium.
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Baeldung on Linux
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- Scripting (1)
- Processes (1)
- Filesystems (1)
- Files (1)
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Processing Linux Commands in Parallel
Filed under Processes
Learn how to use the Bash ampersand & operator, xargs, and GNU parallel to parallelize our tasks on the command line
How to Check Logs Using journalctl
Filed under Administration
Learn how to use the journalctl tool to check, filter, and clean up the logs on a Linux system.
Calculate an MD5 Checksum of a Directory in Linux
Filed under Files
In this tutorial, we’re going to learn how to calculate a single MD5 checksum of an entire directory tree in Linux.
How To Write a Bash Script That Answers Interactive Prompts
Filed under Scripting
Learn how to use different methods to answer interactive prompts from a Linux Bash script.
What does /opt mean in Linux?
Filed under Administration, Filesystems
Learn about the /opt directory in Linux and when/how to use it.