Rsnapshot – ERROR: /usr/bin/rsync returned 127 while processing

Monday, November 22nd, 2010

Just a quick note for what is really a simple fix. I have been using rsnapshot to back up several machines lately. If you haven’t taken a look at rsnapshot on linux for managing snapshot backups (where only the changes get backed up after the initial run….) it’s definitely worth a look. Anyway, I had [...]

Rsync for easy (and quick) backups

Monday, July 10th, 2006

I’ve got to say, I haven’t spent ENOUGH time with rsync to really be fluent in how I could put it to use…. A week or so ago I was reading this list of essential Linux software by a guy that moved from Mac OS X to linux because he detested the DRM that was [...]

GDrive rumors and screenshot – Platypus

Monday, July 10th, 2006

I saw this ZDNet post today with a tantalizing glimpse of Gdrive. It comes originally from where he found a login page for something called Google Platypus, which is essentially a remotely used file storage. Now, from the page there are a couple of items that can be gleaned. Currently it’s something that’s in [...]

Internet based filesystem with no transfer fees

Monday, March 27th, 2006

I thought this was a great idea…. Okay for 2$ per GB of storage per month (or $24 per year for 1GB of storage) you can have your very own secure online storage drive. For you windows users think of a G: drive or a Z: drive that you could SECURELY connect to from [...]


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