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It depends on what exactly you are trying to accomplish. 1. Are you trying just to copy all of your files somewhere else? Then you just need the following command, /usr/bin/rsync -a --delete --ignore-errors / you@Home:/The/Path/to/where/you/want/to_store/your_data/ --exclude={tmp/*,proc/*,sys/*} --inplace --no-whole-file --log-file=$LOG issued on ...


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Use the screen utility. If you're using Debian or Ubuntu based distros, install it via sudo apt-get install screen. To run it, type screen, and press Enter on the information screen. Run your commands here. If you ever disconnect, you can get back by typing screen -rd and pressing Enter. This will bring you back to the session that is still running. Great ...


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It turned out that my router was using crappy firmware and my network traffic was corrupted most of the time when using cable connection. I updated the router to the latest official firmware and now everything is working just fine.


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I tried to put the private key from the remote machine on the Cygwin machine, The private key isn't automatically useful; you also need to add its corresponding public key (usually the id_rsa.pub file) to the remote machine's ~/.ssh/authorized_keys file. In other words, you need to explicitly tell the remote machine "this private key is acceptable". ...



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