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Is there any software for synchronizing folders via SFTP?

Basically Dropbox but for hosting it yourself.

Preferably with server-side capabilities to transact the uploads so hosting a repo would be safe (which it isn't on Dropbox, Mega etc.)
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>>64394146
rsync is more appropriate for "offline" shared folders
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>>64394227
>>64394246
And on a Windows end?
I'm only finding tard clients here

Looking at >>64394196 it lists
>Dropbox Replacement
but if you read further

>Note that automatic sync is one way, i.e., from client to server. Acrosync does not support automatic download when files on server side change
So it is literally useless
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>>64394212
Going to look into this
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>>64394270
And why did you delete it?

It said "synchting"
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>>64394146
Syncthing or BTSync (now Resillio Sync)

Will be budgie a good DE replacement for the fucking walking dead Gnome?
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>>64393601
do you not find darker themes to be much easier on your eyes for longer durations?
I use dark themes, whenever they are available. Any light theme immediately sticks out as a blindingly uncomfortable.
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>zero customization
>less support than GNOME
I don't see it happening
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>>64393787
>do you not find darker themes to be much easier on your eyes for longer durations?
I find light themes easier to read and I don't find my eyes getting tired unless sometimes when I've been looking a the screen for many hours straight (and dark themes don't stop that)

>Any light theme immediately sticks out as a blindingly uncomfortable.
Turn your monitor brightness down then. if it sticks out around other light surfaces then it's too bright.
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>>64393313
that's what mate and cinnamon are for, so no
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>>64393428
the only thing I need to know is that the gtk filepicker is shit and a literal laughing stock

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https://www.techpowerup.com/240760/sk-hynix-marks-its-8gb-gddr6-memory-chips-available-in-latest-catalog-update

THANK YOU BASED GDDR6

AYYMD WAS A MISTAKE

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>Email "Your tax invoice from apple"
>Wtf I didn't buy anything
>$1 for icloud

Fuck you apple where is my annual subscription options? Fucking cunts

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name a single encryption software better than this
>pro-tip: you can't
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>>64392991
To be honest you need a very high IQ to understand rot13.
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>>64393994
>past tense
>future tense

It's as if (you) are too retarded to tell the difference. You're lack of sauce is most undelicious.
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>>64391067
opal self encrypting drives with a trusted platform module, bitlocker, windows 10 pro, and fingerprint reader and facial recognition
:)
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>>64391067
>he still enters an encryption password at boot
TPM + disk encryption should be standard on every system under the sun
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You guys are retarded

>Right click on folder
>Sent to hidden
>BTFO FBI

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>he buys a thinkpad that is limited to 4gb of ram

no wonder he hate gnome
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>>64392518
Shut up, Pajeet

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>ERROR: Makepkg was unable to build [package]
>Restart building [package] ? [y/N]

*pshhh, nothing personal kid*
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>>64392433
>using arch linux
kys nigger, you deserve it
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>>64392433
Rare Pepe is rare.
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>dumb frogposter
>uses gay/loonix
checks out
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>>64392433
makepkg -s <package name>

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Ausfags. i just saw this. should i go buy one?

https://www.jbhifi.com.au/tv-home-entertainment/hd-televisions/teac/teac-le55e5s1-55-4k-uhd-hdr-smart-led-lcd-tv/569745/

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How much nvidia cards rely on cpu? Do amd cards work differently?
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>>64394008
install gentoo
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>>64394022
This
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yes

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How much programming do you have to do to create your own shitcoin?

What's the best language to write your own shitcoin in?

How do you write a shitcoin?
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>>64392993
Ayy Lmao
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>>64392723
>>64392993
>Krokodil not even once
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>>64393745
kek
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>>64392703
Without understanding maths behind cryptocurrencies? GLHF
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>>64392703
solidity

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Holy fuck even Chrome is patched for this shit and it came very late for it Firefox and edge being very early adopters of a fix...

Use privacy focused browser and be vulnerable to a big exploit - awesome ! Going to stick with Firefox from now on.
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>>64392780
Are you? The Javascript isn't obfuscated in any way.
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Pls respond >>64393371
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>>64386750
>willingly allowing the chinese to get all of your kernel memory data
Prepare to have all your accounts, including your computer hacked.
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>>64393877
Read the fucking javascript.

There's no excuse for not knowing what it is doing.
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>>64386750
i havent even installed any updates on this GNU/Linux computer but the firefox update managed to install itself without asking me. i thought that the updater would never work on linux like it does on windows but apparently it does now..

My new coworker is a git nazi
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>>64393286
kek, found the redditor.
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>>64393221
Well when your commits get merged it's not your "own branch" anymore, so you might as well adhere to your company's standards right away
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>>64393221
>Baby's first code review
You should be glad your workplace actually has standards. Otherwise instead of this thread you'd be complaining about needing to parse a spaghetti codebase so bad even the NAMES weren't consistent
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mercurial is best
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Team Foundation Server is the best version control system for small to medium size projects.

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Is there any notable animation that uses java?

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ITT: God tier cases
> full metal
> cheap
> sturdy

what more could you want?
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>>64393708
Corsair Carbide Air 240 would be for you.
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>bought white fractal r5
>friends are laughing at me that I bought a minifridge
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>>64394625
When did Mitsushiti start making cases
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>>64385784
I shit you not I fucking wanted one of these back then

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Are you using clipboard managers?
If yes, which ones?
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>>64393793
>If I can't do that, I'd better say no one needs it!
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>>64393805
t. unorganised, inefficient retard.
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>>64393765
>windows
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If you never leave vim you can have up to 48 different clip buffers
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>>64393765
CopyQ



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