…your laptop’s disk.
Because they may suddenly and completely fail you.
Well, I’ve started to use unison an
with the large disks at work and at home. For example, here is
what my ~/.unison/laptop-to-workstation.prf looks like.
# Unison preferences file root = /home/marc root = ssh://root@WORKSTATIONNAME.zko.dec.com//BACKUPS/laptop ignore = Path .unison ignore = Name unison.log ignore = Path mnt ignore = Path .mozilla ignore = Path .nautilus ignore = Path .thumbnails
For the moment, I’ve borrowed my wife’s Compaq Armada M700, squeezed
the W2k parition down and installed debian/sarge on the 4G partition
left over. Field service should be returning the nice Evo N610c in a
day or two. Hey, it gives me the opportunity of completely
documenting the steps of messing with the preinstalled WinXP Pro and
adding debian and SUSE to a Evo N610c.