__/ [Blinky the Shark] on Sunday 11 September 2005 13:24 \__
> Brian Wakem wrote:
>> I use Konqueror, it can do everything kbear does and it's much more
> How do you do "upload any files in these/these directories that are not
> in this directory at the remote location"; i.e, automated synching of a
> web site and its local mirror? With Konqueror.
If you have an always-on connection, never make local copies. You can open
files located on the 'FTP domain' in Konqueror. I believe I mentioned this
to you in the past.
If you do not have always-on connection, but your connection is /fast/, just
graft the whole site or entire sections and put back the 'block' in its
entirety when done. If the idea scares you (mass-handling files), just
ensure you keep a stack of backups and keep an eye on your error logs.
Hope it helps,
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