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propofol
post Jul 7 2010, 10:49 PM
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I use Dropbox since it simplifies syncing files across the various real & real Windows & Linux computers I have between home & work. They have free storage of 2Gb. Unfortunately they do not have an arm binary yet. Apparently it may be in the works. If any of you use Dropbox, please add a vote on their forums.
Dropbox proprietary arm binary

I anyone is interested, I am using rsync to upload files from my Netwalker to my "always on" server at home over ssh:
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rsync -ave 'ssh' ~/files/ user@homeserver.net:~/Dropbox/

This works but it is not ideal & I need to have a server always running to make it useful.

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Stefan
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Tom Moulton
post Jul 8 2010, 03:03 PM
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QUOTE(propofol @ Jul 8 2010, 02:49 AM) *
I use Dropbox since it simplifies syncing files across the various real & real Windows & Linux computers I have between home & work. They have free storage of 2Gb. Unfortunately they do not have an arm binary yet. Apparently it may be in the works. If any of you use Dropbox, please add a vote on their forums.
Dropbox proprietary arm binary

I anyone is interested, I am using rsync to upload files from my Netwalker to my "always on" server at home over ssh:
CODE
rsync -ave 'ssh' ~/files/ user@homeserver.net:~/Dropbox/

This works but it is not ideal & I need to have a server always running to make it useful.

Regards,
Stefan


About 3 hours after your post:

Darren S.> An ARM/PowerPC build is coming some time this year.

He is just a 'Member' so I do not know if that is official... He does post about messages per day...

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