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Ubuntu/Linux user since about 2005.

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Desktop: Ubuntu 14.04, Gnome Flashback, Intel i5, 4GB RAM, Nvidia GeForce 9600, dual monitor.

Laptop: Ubuntu 14.04, Gnome Flashback (no effects), Asus Zenbook, i5, 4GB RAM.


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comment Is syncing a MySQL database with Dropbox this easy, and is it a backup solution?
Okay. Thank you for the additional explanation.
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comment How can I dump and restore MySQL databases to and from Dropbox from the command line?
Thank you for responding. When I do this, I get the error ERROR 6 (HY000) at line 22: Error on delete of './mydatabase/Article.MYI' (Errcode: 13).
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asked How can I dump and restore MySQL databases to and from Dropbox from the command line?
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comment Is syncing a MySQL database with Dropbox this easy, and is it a backup solution?
Thank you for your explanation. If I may, one further question: what does the person in the other answer achieve by syncing to Dropbox in the way they explained? Is it just a backup?
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accepted Is syncing a MySQL database with Dropbox this easy, and is it a backup solution?
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asked Is syncing a MySQL database with Dropbox this easy, and is it a backup solution?
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comment How do I sync music to my Android with Clementine?
That would copy all the files in that playlist, but then, I'd have to do that for every playlist, and then wouldn't that create duplicates of the files?
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revised How do I get Banshee to work with my Android 4.4.2 device?
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comment How do I sync music to my Android with Clementine?
Thanks for this response. However, was looking for a way to sync whole libraries and playlists, as is possible with Banshee, not have to handle one song at a time.
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asked How do I get Banshee to work with my Android 4.4.2 device?
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comment How do I add zero padding to filenames that already have numbers in them?
@Oli, I think there may also be a conflict of interest here. If you weren't advocating for your own answer to take precedence, it would be easier to belive this was an objective determination.
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comment How do I add zero padding to filenames that already have numbers in them?
@Oli, Jacob is correct. I had looked at similar solutions to the question you've linked to, but because of the particular naming scheme I was dealing with, it wasn't obvious that any file numbering solution would work. Marking this as duplicate is presuming a level of knowledge that precludes the purpose of asking questions.
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comment How do I add zero padding to filenames that already have numbers in them?
This is useful to know. Although, GPRename, seems to not acknowledge existing numbers, so it seems to not fix this particular situation.
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accepted How do I add zero padding to filenames that already have numbers in them?
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asked How do I add zero padding to filenames that already have numbers in them?