[Dirvish] rsync without ssh

Ali Jawad alijawad1 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 23 09:42:57 UTC 2012

Thanks for the input so far,  I hope you will bear with me for a little bit
more, rsyncd is installed and configured on the Windows server, do I need
rsyncd installed and configured on the dirvish server as well, so I call
the module ?

On Thu, Aug 23, 2012 at 12:30 PM, Vortex <vortex at versanet.de> wrote:

> On 08/23/2012 11:06 AM, Ali Jawad wrote:
> > Sorry for the confusion, I do NOT want to use SSH with rsync. I got rsync
> > working properly between dirvish server and Windows server, my only
> problem
> > left is that I want to configure the config file of the Window server to
> > use rsync only without SSH.
> >
> > Currently if I run :
> > dirvish --vault win --init
> >
> > It prompts me for SSH root at windows password
> As Jawad said, you'll have to setup the rsync daemon rsyncd and then
> have dirvish to use the daemon instead of ssh. The latter is easy, just
> enter the corresponding module name from the rsyncd.conf WITH A LEADING
> ":" in the tree field of your dirvish default.conf:
> tree: :modulname/path/
> The ":" will result in a "::" for the final rsync command dirvish
> generates, telling rsync to use its daemon instead of a remote shell
> like ssh.
> How to setup rsyncd you'll find many tutorials on the web. Or look into
> the Manpages for rsync and rsyncd.conf. If you have further questions
> after that, feel free to ask here.
> Alas, you'll HAVE to do a little setup work of either rsyncd or ssh.
> Cheers
> Vortex
> --
> "Zusätzlich zu den allgemeinen Hirnlappen wie Frontallappen oder
> Parietallappen haben wir Deutschen noch einen weiteren Hirnlappen -
> den Jammerlappen." -- unbekannter Moderator des ZDF
> _______________________________________________
> Dirvish mailing list
> Dirvish at dirvish.org
> http://www.dirvish.org/mailman/listinfo/dirvish
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
URL: http://www.dirvish.org/pipermail/dirvish/attachments/20120823/29052dc4/attachment-0001.html 

More information about the Dirvish mailing list