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How to compile and install Tarsnap on a Ubuntu/Debian Linux

A Tarsnap service is a secure online backup system for Linux, OSX, *BSD or UNIX-like system. They encrypt and store data in Amazon S3. The services also use rsync-like algorithms, and only backup data that has been changed since the last dump. The backups are protected by a security key only known to a backup operator or sysadmin. How do I install a tarsnap client on a Ubuntu or Debian Linux system?
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SSH Into Google Cloud Compute Engine Instance Using Secure Shell Client

I need to set and test my web-app using Google cloud compute engine. How do I connect to an Instance Using ssh on Ubuntu Linux or Apple OS X based system?
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Rackspace Cloud Files: Upload Files Using Secure FTP (SFTP) Client [ sftp-cloudfs ]


I‘m using cloud files from Rackspace to store files in cloud. I know how to use ftp client with cloud files, but I would like to use Secure File Transfer Program, sftp on the command line, a true SSH File Transfer Protocol client from the OpenSSH project for security and privacy concern. How do I install sftp-cloudfs under Linux or Unix like operating systems?
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Rackspace Cloud Files: Upload Files Using Linux / Unix FTP Command


I‘m using cloud files from Rackspace that provides online storage and CDN for javascript, css, images and video files. However, I found that their online upload is not designed for bulk upload. How do I upload files to Rackspace cloud files storage using standard Linux or Unix ftp client in recursive mode?
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Linux: Install pip Client To Install Python Packages

I would like to install python packages using the pip command which is an easy_install command replacement. How do I install pip comamnd under RHEL / CentOS / Debian / Ubuntu Linux server systems?
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Replicating Content Between USA, Japan (Asia) and UK (Europe) Webservers

We have corporate intranet network for our web site as us.example.com, jp.example.com (asia.example.com), uk.example.com (eu.example.com). How do I replicate static content stored at /var/www/corporate_lan/ such as javascript files, css files, and images between our USA, Japan and UK web servers running under UNIX or CentOS or Redhat Enterprise Linux based Apache servers?
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