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I'm using SugarSync on my Windows and Ubuntu. SugarSync doesn't have a native Linux client, so I installed Windows version via Wine. If someone uses it in that way - where a hell is "Magic Briefcase" folder?

I looked in home/.wine/... and found something, but SugarSync don't recognize any changes. Maybe the client don't work via Wine, or I can't find what I looking for?

Thanks.

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@Mochan The answer here is at least somewhat valuable. I recommend we keep this open. –  Eliah Kagan Feb 4 '13 at 0:26

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Try this: https://github.com/markwillis82/Sugar-Sync-Linux-Client and stop searching. I haven't tried it yet but it looks promising

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