Unison is a cross-platform and robust file synchronisation tool. Version 2.13.16 of Unison is installed on both fileservers
sshto connect to the server, by specifying one of the roots as ssh://email@example.com/home folder. To discover the exact path of your home folder you can connect to the server via ssh and type pwd on the command line. E.g. my unison configuration file contains the line
root = ssh://firstname.lastname@example.org//home/professors/stessaris
touchfilename and running unison again.
Install Unison on Windows to syncronize data between Windows and Linux using SSH
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Test if Unison works by double clicking Unison-2.27.57 Gtk+.exe in C:\Program Files\Unison
Unison configuration files are stored in C:\Documents and Settings\username\.unison. Initially there should be a configuration file default.prf there. Prepare/Modify a configuration file to fit your needs.
If the Unison version on your Server is different you can use the -addversionno. For this create a batch file e.g. sync.bat in the C:\Program Files\Unison directory:
"C:\Program Files\Unison\Unison-2.27.57 Gtk+.exe" -addversionno
Next create from the batch file a shortcut to the Desktop if you wish.