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#1
Considering that SpiderOak supports Ubuntu/Debian/Fedora - would it be possible to get it to work on Maemo devices?

https://spideroak.com/
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Maybe, but since it is a closed-source application you'd have to ask them to make a Maemo build.

If their coding practices aren't terrible (and since they already support Debian/Ubuntu) then they might be able to...
 
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Well, their interface is very custom so not very likely. On the other hand JungleDisk's linux version is pure Gtk+ based so its probably portable (and I really like them
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There's now a Mobile Client available for Maemo device(s).

https://spideroak.com/blog/201104231...00-maemo-phone
 

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Originally Posted by fx5 View Post
There's now a Mobile Client available for Maemo device(s).

https://spideroak.com/blog/201104231...00-maemo-phone
Available, but how do you register this present? I don't have a username or password.
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Originally Posted by fx5 View Post
There's now a Mobile Client available for Maemo device(s).

https://spideroak.com/blog/201104231...00-maemo-phone
Haha, it only took a year for this.
 
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Do note, the RC file stores username and password in a world readable plaintext file.
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I checked out the interface, and it's certainly not as easy to use as DropBox (which I also don't use, admittedly, because of distrust). Since they've released the source for the python client maybe someone can develop a better UI for it.

The annoying thing was that I couldn't get the desktop client to *not* want to search my whole user-space for files to back up. And you couldn't create sync folders until you did that... so.... no go for me.
 
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Originally Posted by hawaii View Post
Do note, the RC file stores username and password in a world readable plaintext file.
Update! New version lets you choose if you want to save password or not.
 
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Was going to start a thread about the spideroak maemo client, but i am glad i did a search first.

I cant get the thing to work on my n900. I install it, setup the login and it just stays on "connecting...". :-P

i have cssu and power kernel v47. Any ideas or tips to get it to work?
 
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