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RE: [Duplicity-talk] Problem with argument (ssh port)

From: Nelson Pereira
Subject: RE: [Duplicity-talk] Problem with argument (ssh port)
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 13:36:57 -0400

Still does not work...

Comes back with command line error: option -p not recognized


  You probably need to escape the single quotes, since cmd.exe is 
interpreting them. Try:

duplicity --ssh-command \'ssh -p 49150\' scp://domain.com/public_html 

Also, I believe duplicity needs to be run on the machine being backed-up

or restored. The syntax above indicates that you want to restore the 
backup in public_html to the local directory danielb. This may be what 
you're trying to do, but the folder names make me think otherwise.


Nelson Pereira wrote:
> Hi all,
> I got duplicity to work but the command I need to pass to duplicity is
> to access the remote
> Site using a different SSH port, 49150.
> This is my command :
> duplicity --ssh-command 'ssh -p 49150' scp://domain.com/public_html
> /cygdrive/d/BACKUP/danielb
> It comes back with :
> ssh: connect to host domain.com port 22: Connection timed out
> Connection closed
> It's still trying to get to port 22 (default SSH port) but I
> stated the command to use port 49150.
> How come it's not picking it up?
> Regards,
> npereira
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