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Ubuntu One no longer exists, so yes you need another backup plan.


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It's the Ubuntu One Files service that got shut down, not Ubuntu One plataform itself. https://one.ubuntu.com/


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If this refers to your cloud data on Ubuntu One being deleted and wanting to re upload it you cannot. Canonical has discontinued the Ubuntu One cloud storage service.


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Akonadi (and thus KOrganizer) have direct support for Google Calendar now. Go to Settings -> Configure KOrganizer In Settings: Press "General" -> "Calendars" tab -> Add Search for "Google" and press "Google Calendars and Tasks" Press "Add" and sign in to your google account


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I use Grsync to do just that. I copy the contents of Dropbox to my WD 1TB NAS then copy the contents of the NAS to an attached USB 1TB external drive. The first time it runs it takes an age to complete, but thereafter it only copies changed files so runs in a flash (no pun intended). Grsync is a graphical frontend to rsync. You can download both from the ...


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Fastest is probably something through a very low level and light protocol, but not necessarily secure or up to best standards this could just be a script running from server, that does a check on both the file, and the working file (so you would need a program hosted on server to track when file is accessed on host and what that file name was, so that when ...


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Quite honestly, I find Dropbox to be blazingly fast. It really is a syncing tool. Pro: Easy installation, cross-platform, no hacking needed, it works with entire folders as well Con: The terms of use of Dropbox need to be accepted, it might not be the fastest nor the appropriate solution if your want to keep computer one as the server


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My instinct would be that they'll change it at some point to an import/export scheme. In other words, you just have to copy an installed.txt from computer to computer, which is probably what Ubuntu One was doing in the background anyway. Until they implement that in the GUI, see command-line options in this answer. Although the question is specifically ...



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