Here's what I need:
The best program on linux to sync a specific folder from FTP (once, and then no more sync) to my computer from the ftp.
Is there something that does this?
on 08/06/2012 – Made popular on 08/06/2012
The Pictures folder in my home folder is actually a link to the Pictures folder in my Windows installation. When I try and sync this folder I get a message saying the folder is not valid. I am however able to Sync individual folders within the pictures folder, which seems strange. Is there any way I can sync the whole folder?
I have signed up for the Ubuntu one service today. I have been using Ubuntu lucid on my computer for a long time . I just find the Ubuntu one storage and sync service recently and i would like to set that for my backups.
I have been trying to fix the sync problems since morning. It is afternoon now. I tried to add computer on my account as needed.
I am trying to find a program that will run in the background that will instantly sync changes made on my home directory to my remote directory.
I have heard of rsync, but that doesn't sync it instantly.
From what I heard about Bittorent Sync you need to sync it to a folder that isn't publicly accessible. I need my files to be available to everyone.
I've been using Ubuntu One for the last year or two to sync/backup specific important files and folders on my computer. Rather than just using it like "Dropbox" (i.e., putting files I want to sync in the specific "ubuntu one" folder), I am taking advantage of the total integration of Ubuntu One to sync the folders as they exist in my file tree.
Dropbox is a popular free software that sync files between your desktop pc and laptop.When you installed Dropbox and set the Dropbox folder.All files/subdirectories from the folder are two-way synced to Dropbox server and can be downloaded/synced in another machine with Dropbox Client installed.