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Old 08-14-2004, 09:18 AM   #1
subixx
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Unhappy log file command


Hi everyone,

I am working on a mirror on the tucows website. currently i'm running tucopy.sh -v whaich is mirror right now. tho this is on the server and if I login remotely I do not know how to view the active log. meaning I want to see the files that are being downloaded or log file in real time. my second question is how do you edit a conf file from the command line remotely?

sorry but being a newbie we are were one before so it is better to ask then not ask at all. I have the manual and I could not find this inside.. thanks in advance..
Larry
 
Old 08-14-2004, 10:19 AM   #2
david_ross
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Welcome to LQ.

Can you post a copy of tucopy.sh as without seeing it there is now way to know what it is doing.

You can edit conf files with a text editor like vi.
 
  


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