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Auto synchronization

  

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Auto synchronization
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Downloads:  66
Submitted:  Oct 21 2008

Description:

When you work on the same files at different places without network access, you every time needs to synchronize your files.

There isn't afaik any easier method than using rsync in a terminal...

So here's a mockup of that functionality for desktop use.

Synchronization should be possible every time an external device (HD, flash, mobile phone...) is connected or will be disconnected from the computer.

A diff function could also be nice when editing some files at home, then on the external device without synchronizing.

Maybe having different synchronization folders on the device with the possibility of updating only some of them would be interesting.

Any comments, ideas are of course welcome :)



License:
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Version 2, December 2004

Copyright (C) 2004 Sam Hocevar
14 rue de Plaisance, 75014 Paris, France
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 Grsync

 
 by newversion2 on: Oct 21 2008
 
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have you tried grsync? it is a graphical frontend for rsync. should be in the repositories. (note: grsync, not gtkrsync)


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 Re: Grsync

 
 by elfir3 on: Oct 22 2008
 
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No, I didn't know about it... but even if it seems to be a nice gui to rsync, it's not the same as having integrated synchronization in the desktop environment.

Anyway, thanks for hint ;)


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 Unison

 
 by stebalien on: Oct 22 2008
 
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You can use unison with nautilus-actions. Create A nautilus action for the 'computer' protocol that launches unison with a profile for that drive.


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 Re: Unison

 
 by elfir3 on: Oct 26 2008
 
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this could be an issue, but it's not working the same way it's described above... it must be plug&synch !

Anyway, it's far from being as easy to add a synchronization and use it than making iirc a briefcase under windows...




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 icons

 
 by funrun73 on: Jan 10 2009
 
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Hey - you should take your slightly offset minimalist drawing style and create an icon set --- could be great for creating retro theme's


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 Re: icons

 
 by elfir3 on: Jan 4 2010
 
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ahah, thanks, but i don't pretend to have enough talent to do this ;)


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