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  1. #11
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    Re: New Cloud Sync service Copy.com

    On this link ( https://copy.com?r=zPku0e ) you will get 20GB free space on Copy.com - very good alternative to Dropbox, Sugarsync... Very easy to use, and fast, with mobile application, platform like Windows, Linux, iOS.

    Dont forget to install the application for synchronization...
    Last edited by ttkk; July 12th, 2013 at 08:43 PM.

  2. #12
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    Re: New Cloud Sync service Copy.com

    I have over 3/4 of a terabyte of space from copy.com for free & have due to the Fair access Policy only used 117 GB, even though I have over 160GB of data there. No, I will not refer you to get another 5GB of space. I don't need anymore space I have debianized thier software & will include it in upcoming Ultimate Edition 3.6, Baracuda Networks (owner of copy.com) has approved it. I have been analising thier bandwitdth consumption and memory footprint. They straight up rock, with 2 exceptions: I have over 100,000 files stored there pulled from a 4 TB raid array (raid 0 NTL). When I build and install an O/S and log in for the first time it meticulously checks each file, well 100,000 files takes a long and I do mean long time. Perhaps a md5sum check against all files and if checks good stop don't compare. I am a programmer and do fully understand what thier software is doing.

    The memory footprint runs in tandum with what my issues are. 99% of users will not face what I see personally. They also have a company acct. this will allow me to share O/S's and software I am writing across the board. While I do give homage to sourceforge. Over 1.5 Million downloads of the O/S I write at an avg. of 2GB even with 32 servers pumping it is a bit too much. I am looking forward to using copy to shove O/S's & software I am writing to the net with blazing speeds. An alternative if you will. To be honest Google Drive is garbage in comparison.

    If you want to install a debianized app, feel free to venture here.
    Last edited by TheeMahn2003; August 28th, 2013 at 09:41 AM.

  3. #13
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    Re: New Cloud Sync service Copy.com

    Currently they are giving 15GB as a base, then an extra 5gb to sign up with a referral link, along with 5gb more for a .edu address. A total of 25gb just for signing up, that's one of the best I've found out there that supports linux with a desktop app. Way better than my lame 3.9gb for dropbox or 5 for ubuntu one. This is a great deal of space, along with desktop integration. This is a significant enough amount to even backup a lot of pictures, especially with a few referrals.
    To sign up, here's my referral link: https://copy.com?r=mOx1aw

  4. #14
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    Re: Ubuntu One To Be Discontinued

    I think Copy is a great alternative to Ubuntu One. It offers generous 15 + 5 GB storage and is cross platform.
    It should be packaged and placed in the Ubuntu repository so that people can install or remove Copy Agent easily from the Ubuntu Software Center.

  5. #15
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    Re: Ubuntu One Alternative, now that it's being shut down?

    I've switched to Copy. They give you 20GB free + space for refferals. The have a client for Linux and Windows. I'm running it on Saucy and Tahr with no issues. I moved all of my "cloud directories" to the Copy folder and then made symlinks so my folders show up where they should. I even have hidden folders synching. It's also encrypted - security bonus! https://copy.com?r=ix2LKE
    Regards,

    Jerry Gartner
    Get 20 GB of free and secure cloud storage! https://copy.com?r=ix2LKE

  6. #16
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    Re: Ubuntu One Alternative, now that it's being shut down?

    The free service "Copy" appears to be a good replacement for Ubuntu One. including mobile clients.
    You get 15Gb free, plus an extra 5Gb bonus if you recommend someone, or are you recommended by someone.
    If you click on this link https://copy.com?r=D0neUY, and sign up, both you and I get the 5Gb bonus!!
    If you do sign up, post your referral link they give you, here, like I did, so that others can get, and give you more bonuses.
    Last edited by ianp5a; April 10th, 2014 at 08:03 PM.

  7. #17
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    Re: Ubuntu One Alternative, now that it's being shut down?

    Symlinks work great for me using Copy. I've put all of my folders into the "Copy" folder and then created symlinks so they appear where they should - even hidden folders so apps sync across my systems. BTW, Copy is Barracuda Networks. https://copy.com?r=ix2LKE
    Last edited by rackit; April 14th, 2014 at 07:11 PM.
    Regards,

    Jerry Gartner
    Get 20 GB of free and secure cloud storage! https://copy.com?r=ix2LKE

  8. #18
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    Re: New Cloud Sync service Copy.com

    I am trying copy.com, because in my opinion it seems to be a good alternative to Ubuntu One and Dropbox and all the other online storage solutions / providers. It has a decent amount of free storage (effectively 20GB for startes) and integration for Ubuntu, Android and other Systems (Windows, MAC).

    My reference link for extra 5GB is https://copy.com?r=lwbeHH .

    You know how it works: you get an extra 5GB, and me too.Thanks for choosing my reference link!

  9. #19
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    Thumbs up Ubuntu One alternative 20 GB free storage/sync

    I have no financial or other interest in this service. I am just a satisfied user.
    I have found a nice alternative for the soon to be discontinued Ubuntu One service which I have come to rely on. It's called Copy and it works with Linux, Android, Windows, iOS & OSx. Very affordable. They start you with 15GB for free and if you refer someone else and they sign up through the referral, you and the person signing up get an additional 5 GB free each for a total of 20 GB. You can do this as many times as you like to get a lot of free storage. This is a limited time offer to generate buzz for the service.

    I am currently using it in Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit and on my Galaxy S4 phone. It does a nice job. On the Ubuntu side, the folder it creates in your home directory (Copy) supports symlinks, so I just created links to various document and etc. folders that I had in Home and dragged them into the Copy folder and it all just works.

    To install, when you download their Linux installer, just extract it to where ever you want. It will all be in a folder called copy_agent. Inside this folder is a folder called copy. Inside it are the installers. Choose the version you need from the choices, armv6h, x86 and x86_64. Inside the appropriate installer folder is, among other things, an executable called CopyAgent. I checked to make sure it was set as executable (it was) and then double clicked it to install. It will create the ~/Copy folder for you. Don't forget to check your e-mail after you log into it for the first time to get your free 5 GB.

    In short, it's no harder than download, extract and click to install.

    Here is the link to get the installer and extra free 5 GB so you will have a 20 GB account for free when you are done.

    https://copy.com?r=aTrLih
    Using Ubuntu since Warty Warthog (4.10)
    32 bit 5.04>5.10>6.06>6.10>7.04>7.10>8.04>8.10>9.04>9.10
    64 bit 9.10 upgraded to 10.04>10.10>11.04>11.10>12.04>14.04

  10. #20
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    Re: New Cloud Sync service Copy.com

    I'm impressed with Copy.com so far. Great that they have a Linux client. Also using their Android client.

    Free 20 gig online storage using this link:

    https://copy.com?r=eVpEkJ


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