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Amazon Cloud Drive for Linux

Using our commercial software product SyncoveryCL, you can back up to (or sync with) Amazon Cloud Drive on any Linux machine, including servers that do not have a GUI.

You can download the free trial version on our Linux Download page.

Here’s a few sample command lines you will want to use:

Create the job to upload to Amazon Cloud Drive:
SyncoveryCL ADD /LEFT="/home/tobias/Documents/" /RIGHT="ext://OptionalAcctID@ACD/Documents" /RProt=ACD /L2R /EXCL=.* /NAME=ACDTest

Run the job:
SyncoveryCL /RUN=ACDTest

For more details and other command line options, please see the Linux download page.

Installation of Super Flexible File Synchronizer V5 on 64-Bit Linuxes

This article is obsolete and applies only to version 5 of Super Flexible File Synchronizer for Linux.

The latest version of Syncovery for Linux is available as a native 64-bit application.

If you have a 64-bit Linux, you may have to install additional 32-bit libraries.

On the latest Ubuntu or Debian 64 bit (Wheezy), please do:

aptitude install multiarch-support binutils-multiarch
dpkg --add-architecture i386
aptitude update
aptitude install libX11-6:i386 libgdk-pixbuf2.0-0:i386 
                    libgtk2.0-0:i386 libsqlite3-0:i386

The last two lines are actually one line.

Ubuntu users may have to add the multiarch sources in /etc/apt/sources.list

On older Ubuntu or Debian 64 bit distributions, do:

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs

In addition, you may need:

sudo apt-get install ia32-libs-gtk

See also Running 32-bit Applications on 64-bit Debian GNU/Linux.

If the program says it cannot find the sqlite3 libraries, you can download them from here (choose the i386 version), and install the downloaded file with these two commands at a root command prompt:

dpkg -X your_downloaded_lib_file_i386.deb /emul/ia32-linux     (Enter)

ldconfig     (Enter)

See also: Using proprietary i386 apps on an amd64 system.