Cloud Storage Options for Linux Users: Now's the Time

Discussion in 'all things UNIX' started by vasa1, Apr 29, 2012.

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  1. vasa1

    vasa1 Registered Member

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    How is this "Cloud storage options"? I was hoping for a large list of Linux compatible clients or something, and all the article did (with a tiny mention of U1) was pump GDrive which hasn't finished it's Linux client yet... Not to mention the whole Google pulling Linux support in some of it's software, putting the future of such a client in question.

    Hoping MS make a Linux SD client or some awesome person makes a 3rd party one using the API (or is there one already?), I'd like to make syncing my stuff (mostly music) to my laptop easier, which happens to be more than 5GB.
     
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    I'm not sure but in Windows, before the SkyDrive app was released, there is SDExplorer. -http://cloudstorageexplorer.com/
     
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    Thanks :) but I meant a third party Linux client.

    I did find this, not sure if anyone has any experience with it: http://www.smestorage.com/?p=static&page=LinuxDrive
     
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