Daily Stupid Question:
How can I remotely look at the difference from a file from my localhost and a remote machine? So:
diff local-file remote-file-on-some-other-ip
I'm connected on a host via ssh and I'd like to compare (let's say with diff) a certain config file against its counterpart on another host, also accessible via ssh, without having to download the remote file.
I'm trying to compare files on the root file system with a backup, and I'd like the comparison to work a bit like git or svn diff when a file has been added or removed - That is, display the full file diff. diff unfortunately just prints a No such file or directory message, which is not very useful.
I am trying to access one of my school's Windows 7 machines remotely. For this, they provide an RDP file to establish the connection with after you fill out connection settings on an online form (remote desktop size, local resources, etc.), under the assumption that you are using Windows or Mac.
Since I'm a newbie to SVN, my question is a bit simple but before asking here, I did look at the official tutorial but the explanation in there did not give me any clue. So I hope I can find someone to simply them for me. Thanks in advance!
Here is my question: how do I use svn diff to see differences between a file in my repository and the file that I am currently working on?
Does anyone know how to list the files that exists in one remote folder and not in another remote folder. I have two servers (say Server1 and Server2) with similar folder structure where I'm doing Rsync. However, the destination folder has more files than the source as some of the files were deleted.
sometimes I have only little bandwidth. Also I have access to a machine with high bandwidth via ssh over the low bandwidth line.
So let's say, there's a new version of my favorite live system.
The old version are both on my local and my remote system.