Syncthing 0.11.19 recently released, is an open-source file synchronization client/server application, written in Go, implementing its own, equally free Block Exchange Protocol (BEP). The source code’s content-management repository is hosted on Github. According to the developers: Syncthing replaces Dropbox and BitTorrent Sync with something open, trustworthy and decentralized. Your data is your data alone and you deserve to choose where it is stored, if it is shared with some third party and how it’s transmitted over the Internet.
Syncthing GTK 0.7.4.1 recently released, is a GTK3 & Python based GUI and notification area icon for Syncthing. Syncthing as we already know, is an open-source file synchronization client/server application, written in Go, implementing its own, equally free Block Exchange Protocol (BEP). Supported Syncthing features: Everything what WebUI can display Adding / editing / deleting nodes Adding / editing / deleting repositories Restart / shutdown server Editing daemon settings Additional features: First run wizard for initial configuration Running Syncthing daemon in background Half-automatic setup for new nodes and repositories Filesystem watching and instant synchronization using inotify Nautilus (a.
overGrive 3 is a complete Google Drive desktop client solution for Linux. With overGrive 3, you can Sync Multiple Accounts, Auto Sync Local Files, Auto Sync Google Files, Select Google Drive Folder, Select Google Drive Folders to Sync, Convert Google Docs to Office File Formats for offline editing, Convert Office Files back to Google Docs formats. Install overGrive 3 on Ubuntu OS sudo apt-get install gdebi wget https://www.thefanclub.co.za/sites/default/files/public/overgrive/overgrive_3.0.9_all.deb sudo gdebi overgrive_3.
Telegram Desktop 0.8.7 recently released, is an open-source and cross platform Telegram client for Linux. “Telegram” is a messaging app with a focus on speed and security, it’s superfast, simple and free. You can use Telegram on all your devices at the same time — your messages sync seamlessly across any of your phones, tablets or computers. With Telegram, you can send messages, photos, videos and files of any type (doc, zip,mp3, etc) to people who are in your phone contacts and have Telegram.
ownCloud Desktop Client 1.8 recently released, is what brings the files from your cloud seamless to your desktop. You can pick any number of local and remote folders and keep them in sync, ensuring you always have the latest version at hand. The previous desktop client release introduced the ability to except specific files or folders from syncing and to show the sync state with emblems on icons in the most popular file managers on Windows, Linux and Mac.
When setting up your domain environment, you need to ensure that your domain computers are getting up to date time synchronization to avoid issues. In this posts, I will be showing you how to setup an NTP time server in a Windows 2008 R2 domain environment using the server that holds the FSMO roles with domain computers. Time Synchronization Flow: Domain Computer NT5DS—Domain Controller (PDC)NTP/123(UDP)—FirewallExternal NTP Server Setup Guide: 1. Configure DC (PDC) to sync with external source – Log onto the Domain Controller that holds the PDC role - click on Start\Run - Type regedit - click Ok – Locate each of the following registry keys and set the values as follows (Note: when changing the value select Decimal): [table id=15 /] – Run the command ‘Net Stop W32Time and Net Start W32Time’ Note: It may take sometime for the PDC emulator to sync with the NTP server.