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    possible to auto sync car with home via 802.11?

    Is is possible to setup my carputer's 802.11g connection to automatically synchronise with specific folders on my home computer when the 2 networks connect? For example, when I pull into my garage?

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    I can think of 30 differant ways to do this with a *nix system but not a single way using windows.
    Anyone know of an rsync type program for windows?

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    Quote Originally Posted by brandon
    I can think of 30 differant ways to do this with a *nix system but not a single way using windows.
    Anyone know of an rsync type program for windows?
    http://www.itefix.no/phpws/index.php...position=23:23

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    Linky. I have this set up on my CarPC to check my home PC every 5 mins, so at most it will have to wait 5 mins before trying to sync


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    Quote Originally Posted by Confused
    Linky. I have this set up on my CarPC to check my home PC every 5 mins, so at most it will have to wait 5 mins before trying to sync


    Garry
    Seems like it will get the job done. Downloading now. That site has got some decent looking software. Also grabbing the Directory Printer. Will probably do a better job than me using a DOS command line to make a text file to print...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Confused
    Linky. I have this set up on my CarPC to check my home PC every 5 mins, so at most it will have to wait 5 mins before trying to sync


    Garry
    Wicked. Thanks

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    Nice find. I've needed something like this for so long.

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    You can check out the offline files feature of windows xp pro, if you are using that os. I have also used a program in the past called syncra file, but it looks like the developer isn't around any more, though you can download the shareware version....

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