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Linux Friendly Cloud Services in 2020

Cloud services

There are so many cloud services, its practically raining them.  Bah duh.  Awful dad joke aside, there are countless cloud services that allow for seamless syncing from device to device.  What is lacking, however, is Linux compatible services.  Most popular services like Google Drive, OneDrive, or iCloud only work with Windows and MacOS.  Being the FOSS friendly folks that we are, we wouldn’t really want to rely on those anyway.

Every service on this list offers a native Linux client.  Not some work around.  Not a paid third party application.  Only legit Linux compatible programs.

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Why Fedora?

Fedora 32 Workstation

I have distrohopped for a long time. Its likely the basic state of most Linux users. We’re all chasing that perfect distro. That distro that runs just a little smoother, that has a prettier command line, better effects, that’s freer than free, and so on.

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Best of Linux Note Taking

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I’ve been a big fan of Google Keep ever since it came out. It easily syncs notes across my devices and its free. But there’s no native Linux client nor is it open source. The apps I’m listing meet my basic criteria: Linux compatible, syncs to Android, free (at least for the basic version), and ideally open source

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