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Usage

Once installed, you should find a shortcut to XSitecopy in the Internet section of your gnome system menu. If you are not running GNOME as your desktop environment, simply type xsitecopy into an xterm.

Quick-Start

If you've never used sitecopy before, you should take a look at the README file that comes with the sitecopy distribution. When you run xsitecopy for the first time, it will set up 2 things in your home directory; a configuration file where your site definitions are stored ($HOME/.sitecopyrc), and a storage directory where it will place configuration files to keep track of the files you add, change, move or delete on the local copies of your websites. ($HOME/.sitecopy/) To create sites, click New site . A Gnome Druid will appear to guide you through the creation process. You must type a name for the site, along with server details and local & remote directory names. All other options may be left at their default values, or configured to your personal taste.