Re: free cloud
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On 04/03/2015 12:50 AM, Celejar wrote:
> On Thu, 02 Apr 2015 22:17:02 +0200 Pol Hallen
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> Hey all :-)
>> I looking for a free cloud with almost rsync server-side (or
>> other good services to automatically sync data) no http/s
>> What's the best online (and free or chip cost) service?
> I'm interested in this too. I have found that there are some cloud
> providers with free accounts that offer WebDAV access (Yandex,
> Box), which means that you can mount your storage using davfs2 and
> then use normal filesystem tools to sync, although IIUC this won't
> allow hard (or symbolic?) links.
If the service is 'free' you have to ask yourself why is this so.
I would not recommend such services. Yep, you can transfer only
encrypted data, but you have no quarantine that this service will be
provided with any service level or reliability.
There are several cheap VirtualPrivateServer provider out there, so
just take a look and choose one, which will fit your needs, but I
think it is a waste of time to look for a free service.
But the downside on all these 'cheep vps provider' I'm aware off, is
that they don't offer any useful amount of storage space. So maybe
find a friend or too, and invest in a monthly rent of a
Bernd Naumann <email@example.com>
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