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Consider using a mount point to mount the destination folder (which you presently symlink to) to appear in the location you want it beneath the git project. I've used this approach successfully.


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You can symlink the a folder in the external hard drive as a folder in your Dropbox folder. http://www.dropboxwiki.com/tips-and-tricks/sync-other-folders Use a symlink. To do this, use the ln command, for example: ln -s /path/to/folder/that/you/want/to/sync/ ~/Dropbox/folder/name Or download SymbolicLinker


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http://sf.net/projects/junctionbox might be able to do what you need. dir /al /s will give you a list of the junctions, btw.


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There are several very good pages which describe rsync in great detail. http://www.jveweb.net/en/archives/2010/11/synchronizing-folders-with-rsync.html http://www.mikerubel.org/computers/rsync_snapshots/index.html I would also recommend utilities such as backintime or rsnapshot.


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What ultimately ended up solving the problem was deleting references to the fonts located in the registry under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microsoft/Windows NT/Current Version/Fonts


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You can try recursively either with using globstar (bash/zsh set by: shopt -s globstar): ls -s ../**/*.bar . Or if the list is too long, using find utility: find .. -name \*.bar -exec ln -s "{}" dest/ ';' This will create links in dest/, or change it to . for current folder.



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