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Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Rdiff-backup over FTP

From: Chencho
Subject: Re: [rdiff-backup-users] Rdiff-backup over FTP
Date: Wed, 6 May 2009 23:55:19 -0700 (PDT)

Hi all.

I think i dont explain as well in my first post.

Actually i can use rdiff-backup without password from Windows and Linux
without problems.

But it needs some configuration that i would be "harder" for the final user.

Her is my "whise list":

-Server on Centos (linux) over the net.
-A desktop application for the final user:
   - Select the folders to make backup on local PC
   - Select the current user and password to make backup
   - Select when the backup must be execute

If i need to configure rsa-key, add it to the server, etc. it would be not
easy (and if the ip of the client change will be a problem with ssh)

I see some possible options:

- Make a ftp connection and "save it" as local folder. Then use rdiff-backup
as local (folder1 to Z:\, for example). Is possible to make it on Windows,
but not sure how i can do it directly on batch file.

- Use a "expect" for windows (i cant found it) to put the password in ssh; i
dont like it too much, but it could work
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