mv /media/disk/oldest /media/disk/oldest.bak
mv /media/disk/older /media/disk/oldest
mv /media/disk/new /media/disk/older
mv /media/disk/oldest.bak /media/disk/new
rsync --progress --delete -xa --exclude=/home/nreilly/.ccache --exclude=/home/nreilly/foldingcd --exclude .gvfs /home /media/disk/new
titan wrote:Once Samba is installed, a Linux machine will behave in the same manner as a Windows machine when working with the network.
rapaz wrote:Thanks guys!
I've ended up installing the Ubuntu server version on my server and also create a / partition and a /home parition, as well as a 'swap' partition. Once installed, the command line threw me coz I had no idea what to do from there. I then installed the GUI and have had a look through there. It's strange because I would have thought that I would see the partitions as separate drives but I just see 'Filesystem', CD-ROM, Floppy and after clicking all over the place I have 'print$ on server' (no idea what that is).
I think I might revert uninstall, format, reinstall the server version and then try just from the command line or using SSH from my main PC (no idea how to do that but there has to be a way, right?)
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