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Old 10th September 2017, 04:01 PM
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Mirror 2 fedora machines

I´ve a notebook with fedora 25 and a online server with fedora 25 too.

I want to mirror my notebook with my server in a such way that, if I connect direct on the server with noMachine it will be able to work as if I´m on my notebook. Is it possible ? I thought in using rsync for that, but I don´t know if rsync works to syncing in a "online way", that is, sync files everytime something changes on notebook (or every X minutes).

I´m asking that because I want a virtual desktop to be accessible from anywhere, so, I installed NoMachine on my cloud server, but, even with H.264 codecs, it has some lags, so I think if is it possible to have 2 machines synced in such a way that the 2 machines are exactly the same. Anyone know if is it possible ?

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Old 10th September 2017, 04:26 PM
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Re: Mirror 2 fedora machines

Just use SSH.

$ ssh user@notebookipaddress remoteprogram

You may have to do some port forwarding to get it to work on your router, but that is not hard.
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Old 10th September 2017, 11:37 PM
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Re: Mirror 2 fedora machines

It´s not the same, I need the server to be identical to the notebook, but without affecting the autonomy of any of the machines if one can not connect the other.
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Old 11th September 2017, 10:50 AM
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Re: Mirror 2 fedora machines

are you using Workstation (GNOME 3)? If so, it features built in support for Google Drive synchronisation. I know it's not going to give you the same applications everywhere but you'd get the same files accessible from any machine, smart phone or tablet as well, not just those two. for the rest, you'd still need to keep the OS and programs updated after installation across the two machines.
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Old 11th September 2017, 06:53 PM
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Re: Mirror 2 fedora machines

You can try unison or bidirectional rsync. Those should do what you want.

The other way is with a distributed file system, but those are too complicated to get to work, even for most guru level folk.
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