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Transfer Files with Rsync on Windows using SSH connection

This article will guide you on steps to perform Rsync from Windows to Linux over SSH.

#Rsync can use #SSH as a secure transport agent. Make sure rsync is installed by opening a #terminal session and typing rsync --version on each machine.

Most #Linux distributions can now read the FAT32 or NTFS disk formats natively, so you could copy your files to an external hard drive formatted in Windows with either of those file systems, which will then allow you to read the data back easily in Linux.

1. cwRsync is an implementation of rsync for Windows. 

2. rsync uses a #file #transfer technology specified by the rsync algorithm, transferring only changed chunks of files over the network. 

3. #cwRsync can be used for remote file #backup and #synchronization from/to Windows systems.

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Rsync from Linux to Windows share

This article will guide you on how to use #Rsync to transfer #files from #Linux to #Windows share.

cwRsync is an implementation of rsync for Windows. rsync uses a file transfer technology specified by the rsync algorithm, transferring only changed chunks of files over the network. #cwRsync can be used for remote file backup and synchronization from/to Windows systems.

Syntax of rsync #command:

1. -v, –verbose Verbose output.

2. -q, –quiet suppress message output.

3. -a, –archive archive files and directory while synchronizing ( -a equal to following options -rlptgoD).

4. -r, –recursive sync files and directories recursively.

5. -b, –backup take the backup during synchronization.

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