[ubuntu-uk] Problems with Conduit Synchroniser
djones.dancol at googlemail.com
Wed Jul 1 14:19:14 BST 2009
Gordon Burgess-Parker wrote:
> Running Ubuntu 9.04 I have installed Conduit Synchroniser. Only it
> doesn't. Synchronise that is.
> I set up the two folders, check "two-way synchronisation" and click on
> "Synchronise". After Conduit reports that synchronisation on both
> folders has finished and is OK, there are files on one side that have
> NOT been replicated on the other.
> These are documents, not system files.
> Can anyone throw any light on why these files should NOT have been
I've no idea about that package or the problem, but if its just two
folders on two different machines that you want to synchronise, you
could consider dropbox, that effectively gives you a way of having a
folder on a computer that synchronises via the web with any number of
machines. Its cross platform, i use the windows & linux versions to
sync between 6 different machines. If I change one file on one machine,
it gets updated to the web, and the other machines update for it next
time they have a web connection.
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