[Owncloud] what's the best way to synchronize without X (without the gui client) on linux?
Dr. Johannes Zellner
johannes at zellner.org
Thu Oct 31 21:58:08 UTC 2013
thanks // is owncloudcmd yet available somewhere at least as source for
2013/10/31 Daniel Molkentin <danimo at owncloud.com>
> Am 31.10.2013 um 22:34 schrieb Dr. Johannes Zellner:
> what's the best way to synchronize on a box which doesn't run X (without
> the gui client) on linux?
> There is (was?) pyOwnCloud (https://github.com/csawyerYumaed/pyOwnCloud),
> a python frontend for csync.
> Starting with owncloud Client 1.5, there will be a tool called
> "owncloudcmd", which just like today's ocsync binary will only perform one
> sync and exit (to be run via cron for instance).
> I have no prior experience with pyOwnCloud (which claims to be used in
> production, but not many details), but owncloudcmd was developed mostly as
> a testing tool.
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