Mega is an excellent service I've been using since its initial launch. I'd highly recommend it if not just for its usability and the 50gb free storage you get. One thing I love about Mega is the file manager. It's easy to use, understand, and works in browser.
Most importantly, Mega functions in most modern web browsers. A Mega client with file syncing ...
Copy is no longer an option since Copy and CudaDrive services will be discontinued on May 1, 2016
Since you want 15GB space and Dropbox like functionality in Linux, I would say Copy is your best option right now. With a free account, you get to receive 15GB and access from Windows, Linux, Mac and Android.
The upgrade costs work like this:
Reliable company, won't disappear overnight, not associated with piracy or on anyone's sh*t list.
Works great on Linux, Windows, Mac, in a browser plugin, on the command line, and other odd places.
Well known service, used in thousands of businesses
Pay for what you use means not having to choose an account size
Virtually unlimited ...
I'm pretty sure Copy meets all of your criteria:
Will run scheduled, automated, backups of my home folder and other folders I specify.
This one I'm not sure about. By default, the app creates a directory in your home folder and synchronizes it in near-realtime as changes are made. So you could obtain something similar to what you've described by ...
If it's just for syncing, and you don't need space on the cloud, bitorrent sync works brilliantly
No information is stored on their servers
unlimited sync - quite literally, the only limit is your internet connection and your hard drive
Data transfer is encrypted
No login required
selective per folder sync - each share can be added to a new system by ...
I use CrashPlan and it works well. At $60 a year you get unlimited storage -- it's more likely that your upload speed will limit you. I am at 200GB and growing.
CrashPlan runs on Linux cos it's written in Java. Java sometimes has performance issues but you can schedule your backups so your machine only gets loaded when you are asleep. As far as I am aware ...
I use Jolicloud, which is not one single cloud service, but a tool to 'merge' all these accounts to make one big space to keep all your stuff. Therefore, you can add almost every single one of the other answers to your Jolicloud account and have a big super-account.
The web-interface looks like this:
I don't know a cloud based software for this, but have used SweetHome3D (Java, so all platforms) and found it good.
You can't upload that image into it as far as I know, but building the walls is an easy task (I did it in under 30 minutes, including the learning curve).
You can then place the furniture from their stock images onto your floor plan and get a ...
You may use Grive if you already have a Google Drive Account.
Open up Terminal (Ctrl+Alt+T)
Add Grive repo: sudo add-apt-repository ppa:thefanclub/grive-tools. Hit Enter.
Do a sudo apt-get update
Install Grive with sudo apt-get install grive
Although you want to backup entire home folder I recommend to backup your Documents folder because home ...
Some easy solutions include:
There are multiple pastebin services around, like Pastebin.com or Pastebin.Mozilla.Org, offering different sets of features. Some are pretty basic, others include syntax highlighting and more. Disadvantage often is you need to remember the URLs, so there's almost no "file management" available – though some ...
Yandex Disk is a competing service to Google Drive, and has twice the amount of space you specified in the free offering (10 GB). I use it on a semi-regular basis (more of an archive since the space is quite generous in the free offering), but it'll meet your requirements:
Syncs changes per-device when you become connected again, allows for working offline
According to my Chrome task manager, it's using about 55MB of RAM; so it's pretty lightweight. (In comparison, Google drive, with both the drive and a single document tab open, takes up about 200MB.)
I used the service for years and really liked it, but recently moved my files over to DropBox and just used that to sync/backup them.
Quick access between different folders (eg root to root, wp-content/themes to wp-content/themes etc. I spend forver traversing directories)
WinSCP has synchronized browsing and bookmarks.
Cloud storage of all my site logins (not file storage, just "Site Manager" stuff)
I think you mean sharing FTP client config/credentials across machines? You can set ...
You can accomplish this with the Web framework/CMS Drupal (License: GPL 2.0).
(You should choose the 7.x version, because 6.x won’t be supported for long after 8.x gets released.)
Install Drupal core.
Install the Node access user reference module (and the Entity reference module as a requirement).
Don’t forget to enable the modules. See ...
Anonymousemail will let you send emails to any address (including your own) using a webform. You do not need to make an account, although you do need to enter a captcha. It allows attachments, but will break with an incorrect error message for attachments bigger than about 5 MB. Also, Gmail may classify first few emails from them as spam, but afterwards ...
I'd suggest just using the private browsing mode of Chrome (Incognito) or Firefox combined with Gmail or a similar online email service that uses two factor authentication. Then there's very little chance your account will be compromised by someone else using the machine after you, and no cookies will remain after you've closed the private browsing window.
You can use Free:
online files storage
no need to create an account
up to 1 GB (and even 10 GB if you use FTP)
optional password protection
URL sent to you by email
In French, but easy to understand: use the file upload widget, then enter your email address in the next textfield, and finally press the button. Alternatively if you use ...
Dropbox matches that fairly well (though tbh I think that may be slightly too broad as I can think of quite a few things that I know to theoretically match - dropbox I know from experience).;
Automatically detect the changes in the files of y project folder and automatically sync with the cloud (all in the background, regularly): Yes
I might not have ...
May I recommend OneDrive? It meets your requirements of,
Comes with 15 GB free
Cheap rates with upgrade plans starting at 50 GB for just $1.99 a month.
Works with Linux using this software, onedrive-d
OneDrive (formerly SkyDrive) delivers a satisfactory online file storage and sharing solution in a free and easy to use service. It has a ...
Box.com gives a flat 10GB storage for a free account, but you are limited to 250MB files unless you pay for an upgrade, and size upgrades are also more expensive than Ubuntu One, costing $10 per month. As far as I can tell Box.com does not have an official Linux app, but there are ways to access their service using WebDAV, and there may be third-party ...
I've spent a lot of time working with virtualization, Docker and automation recently. One of the biggest challenges has been to get a good testing environment internally, without having to pay exorbitant amounts of money to use services like Heroku. I knew there had to be a better, more affordable alternative, and I was determined to find it.
I've used just ...
ownCloud is open source and free to download, however, you host it yourself so it doesn't include the service, free or otherwise. You need to buy hosting space elsewhere >= 15gb. Or host it at home if you are up for that.
It has many of the features of dropbox or google drive but you are in control of everything.
Here is the demo.
Adrive meets all your criteria, just not at the same time... See here for the free plan features.
It has a desktop client, which despite being done using Adobe air works pretty well under Linux, but is available only on the premium plan (something like 25$/year). I wouldn't have answered to this question if their web access was not of such quality that you ...
Pages from Apple - $9.99
It has an extremely usable touch based interface. Supports Word import/export, uses iCloud, ad-free. Rich text formatting, images, tables, stores files locally and syncs them when internet is available.
The downsides are lack of Open Document format support and other cloud storages besides iCloud.
iCloud Word support
export: Go ...
Use a separate account for this special purpose - make a Dropbox or Gmail account as these are the tools that you already are familiar with; use that account for only those files and delete them from there once you've moved them to your normal storage.
This will be as good as it can get - if the machine is properly compromised/monitored, then no matter what ...
Just as another idea, you can use JustBeamIt. Drag and drop the file to the box, and it will create the link.
As a catch, the browser on the sending computer must be open. Has the advantage of the link expiring after on download.
If you are just looking for a way to save text in the cloud in a more-or-less organized way, take a look at http://www.int64.io
The primary purpose of it is to help programmers manage code snippets, but really you can save any text.
In the next release it'll have a better text editor with more features.
You can create boards (similar to folders) for your ...