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    Question Linux client for Amazon Cloud Drive?

    I see that Amazon is charging only US$ 20 a year for 20Gb of space and unlimited space for song in it's Amazon Cloud Drive, which I find a very good price, even converting to my country's currency: https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/learnmore

    Unfortunetely (as always) they don't have a client for Linux. Is there any option for this case? Does anyone know an open source client for that?

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    Re: Linux client for Amazon Cloud Drive?

    Quote Originally Posted by Legendário View Post
    I see that Amazon is charging only US$ 20 a year for 20Gb of space and unlimited space for song in it's Amazon Cloud Drive, which I find a very good price, even converting to my country's currency: https://www.amazon.com/clouddrive/learnmore

    Unfortunetely (as always) they don't have a client for Linux. Is there any option for this case? Does anyone know an open source client for that?
    Probably because Ubuntu wants you to use their native app instead:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ubuntu_One

    It is almost the same price too. I wouldn't waste my time waiting around for Amazon to provide Ubuntu a client for Amazon cloud services either. There might be a slight conflict of interest there too.


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    Re: Linux client for Amazon Cloud Drive?

    There's Dragondisk, haven't used it myself though. http://www.dragondisk.com/

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    Re: Linux client for Amazon Cloud Drive?

    It looks like it is could be hosted by the same system and the S3 professional system.

    https://aws.amazon.com/fr/s3/#pricing

    (Sorry, as I am French I do automatically get the French page... bad automatic translation though... quite sure you can get the same page in english if you don't understand French)

    If so
    -A) it looks like a sort of WebDAV as they speak of GET/PUT/COPY/LIST requests. So you could try DavFS2 (in the repositories)
    -B) For S3 you could try S3FS (Google it!)

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