At the time of asking the answer was unfortunately No, but no more! You can now easily access Amazon Cloud Drive from the terminal using an OpenSource client called acd_cli, which is written in Python (3) and runs under Windows / Linux / Mac. There was a list of authorised apps here: https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/apps but it now only shows official ...
I've been using http://rclone.org/ with much success. I find it quite mature and robust. It also includes bandwidth throttling that works!
Edit: Please note that this is no longer the case. Amazon Drive has banned rclone and this appears to be permanent.
For cloud based settings backup to work in Notepad++, you need to have either the Dropbox, OneDrive or Google Drive client installed and set up on your computer.
You can get them from here:
How cloud synching works
OneDrive support replied & told me they don't support encrypted files (i.e. they use date & file name to detect changes, not file contents \ hash).
I've logged a request for them to use hashing: https://onedrive.uservoice.com/forums/262982-onedrive/suggestions/13292115-detect-changes-to-files-based-on-the-file-contents
An excellent solution became available for Amazon Cloud Drive that works wonderfully! The interface to Amazon Cloud Drive, provided by Amazon, leaves much to be desired. There is a web interface and PC application, neither of which work very well except to do a one-time placement onto the server.
SyncBackPro recently implemented an Amazon Cloud Drive ...
This method will allow you to accomplish what you require without installing additional software.
You can upload files to OneDrive without even having the OneDrive application installed or enabled. I use many computers on a daily basis that aren't mine and this is exactly what I can do. This is also a workaround for the "placeholders" issue people have ...
BitLocker is a full disk encryption feature, which means that your drive or volume is encrypted as a whole, not individual files. If you move or copy a file away from that encrypted drive, it is no longer encrypted.
So backing it up to OneDrive or any other place means it is no longer encrypted.
The cloud storage may use full disk encryption itself, but at ...
I'm not comfortable having the mount sitting in my home directory and also wish to move it.
The best way I came up with was to create a user account on the system and log into pcloud via this user account.
This will create the pCloudDrive under
It appears that you must configure the pcloud service via the gui ui, but once ...
WD My Cloud is a piece of shi.... slow and unreliable + they want you to use their app which is basically a WD skinned finder. I'm very very disappointed. my speed limit with the disk is 10-15mb/sec over wifi while it is the speed I have while downloading from the internet through wifi on my mac book pro... the disk is slower than internet...
ANSWER WHY IT ...
There is a command line program called drivesink:
For GUI there is now Boxcryptor:
They have a portable Linux client here:
That's quite a moving target with the changes in the OneDrive itself, yet - what works for me is to restart it - this forces a sync op (YMMV though).
Two simple commands in cmd/batch file:
start %localappdata%\Microsoft\OneDrive\OneDrive.exe /background
odrive supports syncing to/from various cloud storage services, including Amazon Cloud Drive. I've found it to be a decent piece of software, though the CPU usage is a bit high at times on my Windows 8 machine. Good functionality, though. Access to multiple cloud storage solutions in a Dropbox-like way with a single client program.
EDIT: I've found a ...
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 ...
Saw this question and thought this may help someone trying to download many files at once.
Here's a small Windows CMD/Batch script you can use.
It can easily be adjusted to work under a Bash shell (Mac/Linux/etc).It uses CURL. WGET should also work with some minor adjustments..
Install Curl for Windows.
Put the individual SHARED links in a text file (1 per ...
There's likely no way you can do exactly what you're asking for. The TV reads from a mass storage device, which it expects to never change, unless it writes to it. In other words, it doesn't know when it needs to reread the file allocation table to find a new file. Changing the file system behind the scenes may lead to a situation where the TV never ...
Assuming that you want to avoid cloud-based services, the traditional large enterprise approach is to procure hardware or software that can merge many separate disks into a single logical filesystem. There are many possible ways to do this. I will enumerate a few:
Using distributed filesystems such as glusterfs will allow you to have multiple servers, each ...
The solution to force a cloud storage service to synchronise an encrypted file
Herewith in English. I use the latest version 1.19 of Veracrypt
In Veracrypt setting, you have to put the "Preserve modification timestamp of file containers" option turned off. The timestamp on the Truecrypt volume file is then updated when you unmount it.
Google Drive ...
You don't need to create a new user as @jmbraben suggested: Changing the HOME variable is enough.
First set up pcloud's "home" dir:
# Ensure pcloud sees the right ~/.config/autostart and ~/.local/share/applications
ln -s ~/.local
ln -s ~/.config
ln -s ~/.pcloud
Start pcloud if you've never done so before to make it ...
This is bad - in a server environment where the contents of the data are important you should at least use RAID to mitigate the significant risk of disk failure - and RAID is also an answer to your storage problem. You can use a RAID array to increase the capacity of your storage. (RAID is used to take multiple disks to provide a single virtual disk, with ...
Based on my experiences with Megasync for Mac 1.0.39:
When you disconnect the drive: Megasync will stop syncing folders that were on that drive. No files are removed from the local machine or from the cloud.
When the drive is connected again: Megasync will not enable syncing automatically. You'll have to manually enable syncing of folders on the external ...
Saw Heavyd's comment, don't know how supporting Amazon Cloud Drive was in 2014 when you posted, but I checked it and CloudBerry for sure do now. To be exact, here's a direct link to CloudBerry for Amazon Cloud Drive.
Never used it yet, but was pleased to see the price. I bet it will help you to automate the backup.
And Yuriy Galanter your second link is ...
If you have set your files to online-only, you are probably being tricked by the new and wonderful
cloud integration of Windows 8.
From the Microsoft article
Online-only files and files available offline :
Online-only files, also called smart files, are a special kind of
OneDrive file in Windows 8.1 and Windows RT 8.1. You can browse them
on your PC, ...
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I assume you are referring to OneDrive for Business and not OneDrive (consumer) as you mentioned Office 365 and SharePoint? You can make OneDrive for Business act like a remote file share by creating a mapped network drive. But, its an "online" solution it does not provide offline access.
Microsoft has an article on how to map OneDrive for Business to a ...
This came in from Amazon:
At this time, we do not have an option to exclude other folders
appearing in Photos & Videos section of the Cloud Drive website. I
understand, this do not sound comfortable. I'm sorry, but please note
our development team are working on various improvement, to make Cloud
drive feature more user friendly.
Assuming you are tech-savvy enough to weigh the pros and cons of the various bits of hardware and software and are comfortable troubleshooting the kind of issues a self-built solution might have, building your own solution for home use is certainly a viable solution. As a bonus, with those skills, you should be able to pin down any relatively common hardware/...
You ask for more resiliency and performance. In this case, the public cloud-based solutions might not be your way to go with (IaaS, PaaS). A private cloud works this way allowing you have the full access to the data. Build own cloud using some commodity servers (Dell, HPE, Lenovo etc.) and shared storage (StarWind VSAN, HPE StoreVirtual). Setup a highly ...