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Hi... I have a few important folders on my ext3 linux disk that I want to sync with a folder created on my extra fat32 drive ... The second drive ...
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    Synchronizing folders on linux ?!!


    Hi...

    I have a few important folders on my ext3 linux disk that I want to sync with a folder created on my extra fat32 drive ... The second drive is an isntalled IDE drive not a USB drive...

    Any ideas how I could do that?

    I read about 2 softwares unison and komparator .. Not sure which of them will do the job ...

    Any advice ?

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    Advice would be to try both. I never never tried either but it is one way to learn the best features out of both .
    Then next time some1 asks such as question you can give your advice on programs! its all about learning

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    komparator failed badly ...

    Unison is giving me an error but I am hoping that I could work around it ...

    Thanx

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    Two other programs to try are iFolder and Grsync. Grsync is a graphical front-end to rsync.

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