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The following will work for files that don't contain newlines in their names Example mkdir -p {Drive1/Folder1,Drive2/Folder2,Drive3/Folder} touch Drive1/Folder1/File{1,2} Drive2/Folder2/File{6,7,8} # Copy files from Drive1 rsync -av Drive1/Folder1/ Drive3/Folder/ # Copy files from Drive2 rsync -av Drive2/Folder2/ Drive3/Folder/ # Generate file lists ( cd ...


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Syncthing and git-annex should do the job Git-Annex is as the name suggest based on git, moving and/or renaming a file will be recognize and so not duplicated. Syncthing will also sync the modification instead of duplicating the file Both of those software are also able to keep version of your file and/or to keep deleted files for a certain period of time. ...


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OneDrive added this feature a short while ago. Well somewhat. If you are using the OneDrive insider preview you can do this: Copy %LOCALAPPDATA%\Microsoft\OneDrive\{OneDriveVersion}\adm OneDrive.adml (language file) to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions\en-US and the OneDrive.admx to C:\Windows\PolicyDefinitions. Then in the Group Policy Editor (gpedit.msc) go to ...


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Use boxftp! It's free, open source, and works like a charm! It runs completely in the background and it can be configured to autostart. It gives an experience exactly like dropbox; there's othing to micromanage, it just works.


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