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rsync failed: No Such file or directory

I'm using rsync in Windows ( through cygwin64 ) to backup some data to an samba share. I've made this bat file that would take care of everything: net use S: \\10.1.1.23\marc password /user:marc ...
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Rsync to Samba Mount fails to set time

I have a NAS box which I have mounted to my Ubuntu 10.04 box which I am rsyncing to as a nightly backup. I'm trying to use this command: rsync -itrvz The problem is that the -t option causes ...
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Rsync very slow

I have just setup a Debian server for backup of Windows PCs. I am currently testing various methods including: rsync (using Deltacopy on Windows), SMB via Samba and scp. Currently rsync (without SSH ...
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Is there really no way in Linux to get creation time for files on cifs/smb share?

I am embarrassingly far along in a bash backup script and have missed something major. I know that ext3 filesystems don't track creation date, but copying files within ext3 updates the changed time as ...
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Keep local folder in sync with Samba share

I have a local folder on my Linux Mint desktop (my Dropbox folder, though that shouldn't matter), and I'd like to keep it synced with my school's "datastore" Samba share, which I can connect to from ...
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How can I rsync password protected shared folder over windows smb?

I'm using computers with Windows xp operating system. What had been done: created a shared folder C:\123 on host 192.168.0.2 and made it shared created user with name User and password 123 granted ...
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rsync to cifs mount but preserve permissions

I'm backing up a linux server to a windows share. I'm currently mounting the windows share with cifs and using rsync for incremental backups. File permissions and ownership are not being preserved, as ...
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FreeBSD: Using rsync to backup a Windows-hosted share over Samba

I am trying to backup a Windows-hosted share, using rsync, from a FreeBSD8.2 box: bash$ sudo -i bash# uname -a FreeBSD zeus.companyname.gr 8.2-RELEASE ...amd64 bash# cat /root/.nsmbrc ... ...
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Rsync via windows XP command prompt

I want to setup rsync on windows XP. I followed the directions here: http://www.brentnorris.net/rsyncntdoc.html However, when I start the service, it starts then stops immediately without writing ...