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Just a computer rookie. Self study computer knowledge. Thanks for your enlightenment.


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comment what is the difference between “Norton AntiVirus” and “Symantec antivirus”
Thanks! Is it free?
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comment what is the difference between “Norton AntiVirus” and “Symantec antivirus”
What would you recommend then?
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comment Resume cut-and-paste/copy in bash
It fails because the transfer causes too much heat to the CPU in my old laptop. The file is around 1.1G. Linux (Ubuntu).
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accepted order of transfer all files under a directory by rsync
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asked order of transfer all files under a directory by rsync
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asked Resume transfer of a single file by rsync
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comment Resume cut-and-paste/copy in bash
Thanks! My last question: if the partial file was left by mv or cp, rsync --partial will just simply overwrite it. right?
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comment Resume cut-and-paste/copy in bash
By "it will only work on partial files that it has handled itself previously", do you mean the partial file must be the result of last time failed rsync operation not of mv or cp?
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comment Resume cut-and-paste/copy in bash
Another question, if a operation by mv fail, will the source file still be the same as before?
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comment Resume cut-and-paste/copy in bash
can rsync --partial work for what was left by "cp" or "mv"?
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