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Old 06-17-2012, 07:33 PM   #43
rkomar
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It turns out that rsync is easy to build under cross-compilation. If you're not nervous about setting up an rsync daemon on your router, then you can use that to sync your notes. It might be easier that way if your router's IP address is more constant that your reader's. Then you can write a script on the reader to sync the notes directory to the server, keeping the 3G open just at that time.
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