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Using rsync to recursively copy a directory while excluding a sub-directory but including a file in a sub-directory of the excluded sub-directory

I have a file tree that looks as such: in ├── file1 ├── dir1 └── dir2 ├── dir3 │   ├──── file2 │ └──── junk1 ├── junk2 └── junk3 I want to create a sibling of in which looks ...
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Debian: rsync and cp is corrupting contents of CSV files

I have a weird problem. I wrote a script that scans a directory on a samba share (a OpenSUSE server on the LAN) and uses cp to copy certain CSV files to the local Debian server web root at /var/www. ...
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OS X file copy fills up the system drive

I have a Mac Mini with a 40GB system drive and the time has come to move all the user data to an external drive, as I only have 750MB left. So I plugged in a 1TB firewire drive and used Finder to ...
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File inconsistency.. doesn't appear in 'ls -a' but it exists!

I'm really frustrated with this.. I run rsync 3.0.6 on OSX Snow Leopard to backup a folder form an external hdd (FAT32) to another external hdd (FAT32). Somehow certain files (and at times they ...