Re: Files copied into wrong directory

2007-07-21 Thread Matt McCutchen
On 7/19/07, Matt McCutchen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Notwithstanding that paragraph, if you forward a local port to the daemon's port, you're additionally in danger of others on the local machine piggybacking on that forward. Using a ProxyCommand in place of a port forward (see method 2 on

Files copied into wrong directory

2007-07-19 Thread Alan Cheers
I've got to be overlooking something but when I use rsync client to copy files from one box to another it creates the folder/files in the root directory instead of what is specified in the module path statement. I have tried it via ssh and without. With user authentication on and without. I

Re: Files copied into wrong directory

2007-07-19 Thread Matt McCutchen
On 7/19/07, Alan Cheers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got to be overlooking something but when I use rsync client to copy files from one box to another it creates the folder/files in the root directory instead of what is specified in the module path statement. Did you write the destination

Re: Files copied into wrong directory

2007-07-19 Thread Matt McCutchen
On 7/19/07, Alan Cheers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I think I understand a bit better now. To use SSH you don't get to use the daemon (unless you specify the remote shell/which may cause loss of features). Well, you have the choice of (1) a single-use daemon invoked over ssh or (2) a connection