Plugins that are wanted - Part 5


  • That is the best pricing I have seen with something that looks like it would work well for a plugin.


    You bet - backup software devs (such as duplicity) are getting a lot of demand to include them as backend now.
    Just a matter of waiting before it happens :)


    Also worth mentionning is hubic, which
    - is supported by duplicity
    - offers unltd storage for 10€ / month
    - is hosted in France (which is a + for me anyway)


    But I wouldnt truest em as dvpt seems to have stopped, website is sketchy as f** and support nonexistent.


  • That is the best pricing I have seen with something that looks like it would work well for a plugin.


    So just 55 $ per month backing up my current data?


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  • So just 55 $ per month backing up my current data?


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    That'd be for their mainstream offering, which has no linux client as of yet and indeed offers unltd backup for $5/month.


    I was however referring to their brand enw S3-like offering (called b2) where they offer pay-as-you-use storage (much akin to Amazon Glacier except way cheaper). The idea is you pay .005 cts / gb stored, uploads are free and downloads are .05ct / gb (off the top of my head).
    Makes for a cheap offline backup solution (where you seldom need to recover your files - if ever).


    The thing has been announced 2 weeks ago and we still need to see main backup software (duplicity, arq, etc) supporting b2 as a backend. Should be quite soon after beta starts since they already offer an API etc.


    EDIT: read "5$ a month" - sorry

  • It looks like a good service but I think that for the average home user you can’t beat the cost and convenience of an external hard drive.

    The 55$ per month, which I guess is for 10TB of data, is 660$ per year. This is almost the cost of 3 - 8TB external hard drives (in USD)…

  • That would kind of defeat the purpose of off-site unless you bring it to the office or sth.


    I would use it for my 1.5tb - not sure what will happen when I'll have 10tb

  • I saw Pydio in this topic : +1 ! Please do it :D
    I test both owncloud and pydio, the last one (pydio) is far better especially when we talk about share files with collaborate team... Folder/files activity...Easy user interface.. I like ajax..... More and more....
    Really need this plugin with several HDDs mountable ! It would be so great ;D
    Cheers!

  • I really don't like pydio. If you want pydio, I would look at using it in a docker with the docker-gui plugin.

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  • I really don't like pydio


    Hey, why u dont share with us why u dont like so much pydio? And if u have other sugestion (exept owncloud..).


    ps : actually i do some test with pydio appliance add in omv plug. virtualbox... many problems for adding somespace... pydio forum not so reactive....

  • There is not a file manager in linux that I like. I hate them all. I wish there was a really great web based one. I wish all the frameworks had a decent native file manager already available that could be implemented.

  • Hey, why u dont share with us why u dont like so much pydio? And if u have other sugestion (exept owncloud..).


    I just want a web based file manager that looks at my existing file structure/shares not what essentially is another container on top of a file system. Plus, it didn't lend itself to becoming a plugin last time I looked at it (quite a while ago). I don't like owncloud either. And I haven't found something else.

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  • I've setup pydio 2 times. I hated it and it's precursor. Why is it so effing hard for the linux community to get a decent web based file manager???


    Is there a good Windows web based file manager? Unless it is aspx, it should be relatively platform independent.

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  • @ryecoaaron I had actually looked around and there are some that look decent for Windows. But don't need it for a desktop. Would be nice to have one integrated into the OMV Web GUI. Something like webmins but not dependent on java. And that works faster and looks better.

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