Oxford says Apple's OS X is a Linux distro 3213
On Fri, 17 Mar 2006 20:24:23 +0100, Sandman
My tools can do the job. Based on the collective inability of the fanbois to demonstrate otherwise, it appears yours can't.
Oxford says Apple's OS X is a Linux distro 3214
snips On Mon, 20 Mar 2006 19:51:57 +0100, Sandman That's nice. Still haven't provided the link, have...
I *know* mine can do the job; I'm *doing* it already. I have 100% confidence in the tools, because they're actually doing it.
See? Confidence. Feel free to whimper about it a little more if you'd like, but that's really your problem, not mine.
Do feel free to try to follow what's been going on here the last little while - the last two weeks, say. I'm sure google has it all archived. Feel free to try to figure out where the joking comes in.
Which part? You're obviously an OSX fanboi. And you, I take it, have finally showed us how to achieve, in OSX, the same automated remote backup, with compression and encryption, over a secure channel, with automatic login via public key interchange, using OSX - *and* making it easier than I can accomplish in my little one-line script?
Hmm, funny, I must have missed it. Care to re-post your solution? The one with complete details, not just, say "You can do that in app X, I think, but not sure how, really, and it might not encrypt the files..."
Oxford says Apple's OS X is a Linux distro 3215
snips On Mon, 20 Mar 2006 22:13:52 +0100, Sandman No, like backing up to a remote host, with automatic secure login, encrypted channel, compressed and encrypted data, in either a...
Sorry, missed that entire post. Feel free to provide a link to it, though.