Grsync is a simple frontend to rsync tool. It comes with many rsync options but nothing about ssh.
I’ve found the solution in this thread. It’s pretty easy and obvious once one knows.
Gospy-applet is a Gnome applet that monitors changes on servers and web pages. You can add an illimited number of sources to monitor. It is possible to detect changes in HTTP header fields, IP associated with domain name, page content, page status, page load time and so on.
Tonight, my firefox has really strange behaviors, it tells me that it can’t find the page, then I reload and it find the page but load it without css or without another part, then I reload and wow…I got the page ! Is my fire fox (firefox) tired ?
Actually, no. My whole system has name resolve problems. A reboot fixes that…cool but weird 😐
But that wasn’t the only event.
I have two different servers which host different websites. At almost the same time the two servers was full, no space left on drives, what another weird thing !
Create a new launcher on your panel or in the menu (using menu editor : right click on the menu and then, choose “edit menus”).
Insert and/or select the following in the launcher properties window:
- Type: Application
- Name: FireFTP
- Command: firefox -chrome chrome://fireftp/content/
- Comment: FireFTP Client
- optional : you may want to choose an icon for this new launcher.
I’ve found a post on ubuntu-fr forums about tilda with true transparency, wow :). This point me to this article with a link to the patch and a deb package. I tested the package which worked fine on gusty, but update manager always wanted to upgrade it.
So I took the patch and use the (almost) same apt-build method that I used for the mac menu, and I build a tilda package with a superior version number (the trick is to add a changelog section to deian/changelog).
here is the package : tilda true transparency
here also is the patch I’ve used : tilda true transparency dpatch (note that it is only for use with an apt-build method or a deb build method)