This is a discussion on Re: rsync - Tools ; On Thu, Oct 20, 2005 at 07:03:34AM -0400, Demingware, Keith wrote: > I have the rsync-2.6.4-sd-11.11.depot file on both systems but I am > not sure what I need to do next. I don't use HP-UX, so I haven't dealt ...
On Thu, Oct 20, 2005 at 07:03:34AM -0400, Demingware, Keith wrote:
> I have the rsync-2.6.4-sd-11.11.depot file on both systems but I am
> not sure what I need to do next.
I don't use HP-UX, so I haven't dealt with depot files before. However,
I think you use "swinstall" to install the binaries into their correct
places. Here is a web page that has the rsync 2.6.6 depot files, and
some answers available via the "Help" link:
(I'd recommend using 2.6.6 more than 2.6.4, BTW.)
The files in a typical rsync install are very minimal -- the only thing
you need for doing copies over a remote shell (such as ssh) is the rsync
binary itself. Other support files that may be included in the depot
are the 2 man pages, a sample rsyncd.conf file (for those that want to
startup up a daemon server instead of using a remote-shell based copy),
and perhaps even an init.d script (which can be used to start an rsync
daemon when the system boots, but only for those that need this).
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