safetycopy wrote:I always install Dropbox by following the "Install Dropbox via command line" instructions from https://www.dropbox.com/install?os=lnx.To get the daemon to autostart, you just add~/.dropbox-dist/dropboxd &to your ~/.config/openbox/autostart file. --- THIS is what worked ... and THEN the ~/bin/nautilus mockup in the other post. .
Hi jeslnmx, I'm not sure If I'm running a daemon. I just installed dropbox-experimental and nautilus-dropbox and dropbox added itself to the autostart in gnome-session-properties with this entry:/opt/dropbox/dropboxdThe wiki mentions methods to create a daemon. Is that necessary?Regards
Hi,just realised that there is a package 'crunchbang-dropbox32' in the repos. But i'm not sure about how to use it. Until now I have manually installed dropbox following http://crunchbanglinux.org/wiki/howto/h up_dropbox. Can I just remove ~/.dropbox-dist/ now, get rid of all the stuff in the autostart-file an install this package?
We have ShadowCopy enabled so that files can be reverted to previous versions. Sometimes, a folder is accidentally deleted. The known fix is to restore the containing folder, but that restores everything in the containing folder, even known good work. Is there a better way to use Previous Versions? Windows 7, Windows Server 2008.
Example : \SERVER\share\1\A and \SERVER\share\1\B exist.