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Yes, there is a plugin called Package Syncing which aims to do what you want to, relying on 3rd party applications as dropbox, SkyDrive or Google drive. There are other options to achieve this goal more manually than with package syncing, but in none of this options use the "simple" solution of rsync both machines and directories but it seems that you ...


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Yes, this should work fine. The most important directories as far as user experience are concerned are Installed Packages and Packages, as those contain the plugins which give Sublime its language-specific functionality, as well as any additional add-ons you install. Cache, Index, and Backup are pretty obvious, and can be regenerated on any machine. I'm not ...


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The well-known rsync tool is designed for this kind of problem. You will need ssh login access (or rsync daemon at the least) to make this work.


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Yes, there's a way. If you put your Kindle folder to a Dropbox folder, you can use the same file in several different places. Then even the non-Amazon PDFs' will sync. I'm using this with my office PC and MacBook, I don't know how it'll work with tablets. Happy exploring!


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An app that might suit your purpose is Unison. It is explicitly designed to keep two directory trees in sync, with some extras such as excluding files from sync. It is available from the Debian repository (not sure about RPM-based distros, but you might be lucky). Git might do the trick, but it comes with various types of overhead. First, you would need to ...


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It looks like niutech has answered this on SO Yes, you can get a permalink to any file hosted on Google Drive in a public folder. Just note the folderID: Google Drive folder ID and paste it to the following URL: http://googledrive.com/host/<folderID>/<filename>


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Resetting time services worked for me (Windows 8.1): Restart the Windows Time service. Press “Windows Logo” + “R” and type “services.msc” in the run command window. In the “Service” window scroll down to “Windows Time”. Double click on it and click on “Start”, if it is stopped. If it is already running, then stop it and then restart it ...


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When I was setting up little surveillance system with Raspberry Pi, which ran on Raspbian Wheezy, I needed to constantly move all files from FTP folder which was uploaded by IP camera. So, i wrote script in home directory (~) and called it once a minute with cron crontab -e */1 * * * * sudo ~/move_images_to_usb move_images_to_usb is ordinary bash script, ...


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I give a simple solution to this problem. Checkout this: https://code.google.com/p/kindle-file-synchronizer/


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If you have root/sudo privilege you can create the key and then store in the git user's .ssh directory. Don't forget to chown the created to file so they belong to git:git and chmod them to the appropriate paranoid values.


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rsync, already mentioned in the comments, may be a good choice. rsync for NetWare can be found there: http://www.novell.com/developer/ndk/rsync_for_netware.html


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I know this is a very old question, but I have recently solved it with mplayer and answered my own question here on superuser: master-slave with mplayer


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This was actually really tricky, because the problem was that the -loop 0 I had been using on the slave was actually waiting for the master to broadcast its position and sync up. In fact I talked to one of my friends who was one of the mplayer developers and he told me what I wanted to do was impossible. So the hack that I ended up using was to constantly ...


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Try third-party app, like Sync2. Functional tool that has much to offer. Get free download here: http://sync2.com/


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I don't believe there's a way to setup what you are calling "one-way syncing" of bookmarks. Perhaps the best workaround for you is to not use sync, and just manually copy the bookmarks which you want to share on machines. I haven't run into the problem you are describing with Chrome deleting bookmarks, myself. In fact, I've hit the reverse problem, that ...


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I found gsyncit today that can do all of your requirements. From their website: gSyncit is a Microsoft Outlook add-in that allows for the synchronization of Outlook calendars, contacts, notes, and tasks with your Google account. In addition, gSyncit also supports synchronization between Outlook and Toodledo, Pocket Informant Online, Evernote, Dropbox, ...


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Chrome recover your history, settings and data, such as bookmarks, extensions, etc., didn't access every site in history again, only makes a connection to Google Server to recover your Google Account. The same for using Chrome for Android or iOs. Google Help


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Nothing wrong with this setup. After waiting another day the windows client showed those shares. They already had been synchronized at that point of time.


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Recent versions of iTerm2 support explicitly setting the location of the preferences file, which you can stick in ~/DropBox/Apps/com.googlecode.iterm2.plistand that seems to work fine. The iTerm2 preference is under the "General" tab.


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Make them all hardlinks: one file on disk, many references wherever you want.


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Source control software maintain links to share a file between several projects. If you make changes in one project, changes will be automatically propagated to other projects. Sinne you are using VisualStudio, please check whether your license covers Microsoft SourceSafe which is a easy to use source Control software. Otherwise take a look on open source ...


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I've been using Owncloud for the past two years to do exactly what you're asking. It supports groups and users, so depending on what you'd like to do, you can either set each computer up as a user to have separate root directories to sync to, or have one account with folders for Computer1 through Computer5. Owncloud also supports file versioning, so if you ...


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This is a little late, but may help others search around. OneDrive does not want any part of a network drive, but you can trick it into using a mapped network drive as its primary storage by creating a Symbolic link. Here's the quick and dirty steps: Create folder on the root of your C drive (e.g. C:\Share) Create a folder inside of that called ...


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Actually in the century of cloud facilities the Google is more convenient. But take a look on security side, especially in case when you use a "holey" web-browsers. Simple perl exploit may catch your session parameters and you will lose your confidentiality.


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What I ended up doing finally (all those months ago) is use the Exchange Setup to only extend the Active Directory Schema. The actual command is setup /ps - this doesn't install exchange but it extends the Active Directory Schema to include the custom attributes (among other exchange attributes).



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