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there is a cloud service named Ballloon (with triple L) that let you save links,images... directly on your google drive or Dropbox. also they have a nice and neat chrome extension. for more info read this article from lifehacker.
If i remember correctly both google drive and dropbox let you install a folder on your computer associate with your drive/dropbox account, so when you put a file in that folder it syncs automatically to your cloud. here are links with a guide to help you install the folders: Google Drive: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2374989?hl=en Dropbox: ...
Your dropbox/google drive is connected to your PC and not generally to the internet. Unless the site you download it from offers a direct upload to dropdox/google drivee you will need to use your PC as an in between. There is a google extension that lets you save screenshots directly to google drive but not one for downloads.
rsync -- This tool is able to synchronize file and folder recursively in single command line. Optionally, you can : Exclude versioning file system (--exclude), such as: .git, .svn Remove remote file or folder which not exists in your desktop (--delete) Show progress bar (--progress) is usefull when copying huge file
The canonical way to give a user access to a remote webserver is through FTP (File Transfer Protocol). You can install vsftpd on the server and FileZilla on the client. Update the apt cache: sudo apt-get update Install vsftpd: sudo apt-get install vsftpd Install filezilla: sudo apt-get install filezilla Then you can just launch FileZilla on the client ...
What you did didn't work for you, because you have changed the wrong php.ini. The one you have changed is for the command line PHP. The one that apache is using is located at /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini Do not forget to restart apache after you have edited the file: sudo service apache2 restart If you enabled mod_rewrite you can also put this to your ...
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