Here’s a mini howto on backing up files on a remote machine using
rsync. It shows the progress while it does its thing and updates any remote files while keeping files on the remote end that were deleted from your local folder.
rsync -v -r --update --progress -e ssh /media/nam/Documents/ firstname.lastname@example.org:/media/nam/backup/documents/
/media/nam/Documents/ is the local folder and
/media/nam/backup/documents/ is the backup folder on the machine with IP
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So, Admob was acquired a while ago by Google and it was recently announced that the publisher reports by Admob would no longer be available through the old APIs. Instead, they now have to be retrieved through the AdSense API — which is based on OAuth 2.0 and thus a real pain for those just getting started.
Turns out, the process is quite straight-forward but extremely poorly documented. You can go through the AdSense reporting docs, the Google API library and the OAuth 2.0 specs but you would soon be lost. After spending a couple of days decoding the requirements, I found out the bare-metal approach to accessing the stats. And here is how.
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Well, that was short-lived. I moved away from WordPress — only to come back after around 6 months and one post. Seems like Octopress is too much of a hassle for someone as unstable as me. Maybe another time when I’m more focused.