tetris4 wrote:Hello,You should compare kfilebox-gtkfree with kfilebox, not with the official dropbox client. Kfilebox has many limitations compared to that.Afaik, kfilebox does not support selective syncing and it only supports having the Dropbox folder in your home directory. You could however try to symlink it to another folder somewhere else on your system.
Well the part right after: You will be asked to visit a website to link your existing Dropbox account with your linux machine.Once you have linked your machine to your account you can launch Kfilebox from your applications menu.Also, did you wait for the dropbox client to be downloaded?Be aware that afaik kfilebox does not support changing the Dropbox folder from your home, but you can probably cr
In the meantime, this was posted:http://chakra-project.org/bbs/viewtopic.php?id=10278It contains more info about the extra repo and information on how to help testing it.@Alejandro NovaWell droping kfilebox-gtkfree might not be a bad idea since it has issues indeed. On the other hand it does provide a way to have basic dropbox support (syncing+publiclinks) while being gtk-free.