To understand, what Microsoft - with introducing Windows 10 - is doing with all your stored data (in cloud and on your desktop!!!), it only needs to read the new Microsoft EULA (End User License Agreement):
Quote: "Finally, we will access, disclose and preserve personal data, including your content (such as the content of your emails, other private communications or files in private folders), when we have a good faith belief that doing so is necessary."
Quote: "Rather than residing as a static software program on your device, key components of Windows are cloud-based. … In order to provide this computing experience, we collect data about you, your device, and the way you use Windows."
They even collect the rhythm of your keystrokes as biometrical signature to identify you, wherever you are.
Changing privacy settings in Windows Home and Windows Professional are dummy switches, have no effect. Virtually, there is no difference between them.
According to Microsoft, these only have effect in Windows 10 Enterprise edition. Read more here: http://www.slate.com/articles/technology/bitwise/2015/08/windows_10_privacy_problems_here_s_how_bad_they_are_and_how_to_plug_them.1.html
Delete this Windows 10 trojan horse, use open source Debian/UBUNTU GNU/Linux, exclusively! One software, running on desktop, phone, tablet!
for example, imagine the command is simple as "mkdir /data/backup"
instead of coding this twice like:
[[ "$remoteflag" ]] && ssh user@server"mkdir /databackup" || mkdir /data/backup
Is there another way? if the commands are more complex it's ugly to repeat them all twice.
-In the first case (making a new directory on local or on remote) your solution is perfect
-The second case it's different because, my target was to make a tarball backup of the local machine and pipe it to the remote server. So the way you wrote above, doesn't work because tar will be either launched on local (in case the $remote variable is not set) or on remote (in the opposite case), but there will be no piping
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