Mounting NTFS shares from GAIA

I lately have been archiving log files to Windows NTFS shares lately using this:

Mounting NTFS shares from Unix

GAIA has all the right drivers and seems to work great. Probably obvious but I find it useful instead of trying to tftp, ftp, ssh tunnel, curl files to/from GAIA. Use it when I want to do auditing, or archiving log files, or take backups I can just to a ‘cp’ instead of tftp.

dreez

 

 

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These are stories from my travels. Generally I like to write stories about local people that I meet and also brag about living the retirement dream with my #1 wife Gaby. She is also my only wife.

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