change UID+GID on target system?
oub at mat.ucm.es
Mon Jun 18 10:20:53 MDT 2012
>> On Mon, 18 Jun 2012 15:25:30 +0000, "Voelker, Bernhard"
>> <bernhard.voelker at siemens-enterprise.com> wrote:
> Uwe Brauer wrote:
> Why not write the date on the jfs drive as uid=1002 on laptop1?
> Unfortunately, ssh doesn't allow numerical user ids AFAIK, but
> if you have a second user, e.g. "u1002", then you could do:
> rsync -avx /path/to/src u1002 at localhost:/path/to/usb/dest
Aha! Thanks very much!
This is really cool. However on my system I have
really to use
rsync -avx /path/to/src oub at localhost:/path/to/usb/dest
Because otherwise the system does not recognise the passwd
BTW it seems that the system is using ssh anyway even I did
not specify it in the rsync call, because it said something
of accepting a ssh key in the first call.
The only problem is that it did work in my setting:
And no hosts.allow entry.
And I don't like to set
So I have to fiddle around a little, or do you know by
change how to set hosts.allow and deny with minimal security
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