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If you use linux, https://www.dropbox.com/en/help/9192 might be the solution. Just loop through all the files and get the links using the dropbox command line tool. Something like: # To make sure spaces in the file names won't cause problems IFS=$(echo "\n\b"); files=($(find . -type f)); for i in "${files[@]}"; do link=$(dropbox sharelink "$i"); echo '...


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This is a bug that existed since Windows Vista and it also affects .nws files. To fix it, create a new file called "FixEml.reg" containing the following lines and run it: Windows Registry Editor Version 5.00 [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\PropertySystem\PropertyHandlers\.eml] [-HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\...


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You can use this tool. It finds all conflicted copy files and fixes them.


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I had the same problem, it is not possible to disable this but this tool resolved my conflicted file problem.


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It seems that Dropbox just wouldn't wake. Killing the app and restarting did the trick, eg: kill `pgrep Dropbox` open -a Dropbox


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You need to set execute permission on file. chmod +x \path\to\file


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If you are running encfs in the "maximum security" mode or you have enabled "filename to IV header chaining" in will break on any Dropbox-like service. Don't enable it. Actually, don't ever use it, it's just plain stupid to rely upon the file path for the file data encryption IV. I would use "stream" filename encoding and only "per-file initialization ...


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Reinstall Dropbox using an account with sufficient privileges. Dropbox will function with the rights used that launched the application. Dropbox installation does not require administrative privileges to work, and as such it will install to a location the user has rights to. This is usually their profile folder. If rights are not altered, dropbox will work ...


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Ok so I realised what was going on here. The default home directory size for AWS is less than 8-10GB regardless of the size of your instance. As this as trying to upload to home then there was not enough room. An experienced linux user would not have fallen into this trap, but hopefully any other windows users new to this who come across this problem will ...


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You cannot put Google Drive on a network folder. The app does not accept it.


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As the other guy mentions, the best way to get Dropbox working correctly again is to just blow everything away and start over. Quote Quote Uninstalling the Desktop Application on Mac OS X Quit Dropbox (click on the Dropbox icon from the menu bar, click on the gear icon, selectPreferences... and then "Quit Dropbox"). Drag-and-drop Dropbox to the ...


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You can unlink your account, delete the dropbox folder and link the account again.


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According to https://www.dropbox.com/en/help/144 Want more details? Dropbox stores metadata on your files in RAM to prevent constant and expensive database lookups while syncing. The metadata includes paths to files in your Dropbox, checksums, modification times, etc. We are working hard on making this information more compact and are working on ...



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