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On Linux, the Dropbox client is subject to a default system limit on the number of directories it can monitor for changes. There is a warning regarding this, along the lines of: Unable to monitor filesystem Please run: echo 100000 | sudo tee /proc/sys/fs/inotify/max_user_watches and restart Dropbox to correct the problem. This comes up often ...
Yes. While editing the document open the File menu and select Make a copy... You can optionally copy the collaborators from the original document. Comments are not copied.
bitbucket offers a free plan that allows you to have unlimited private and public repositories shared between 5 users maximum. You would need to use Mercurial or Subversion to manage the files though, but if you're familiar with source control tools it should be easy enough. Pros Unlimited space and repositories Integrates with other services (ex: with ...
Not directly answering your question but you should consider using a Distributed Version Control System) rather than SVN. Have a look at Git with GitHub, or Mercurial with BitBucket...
I ended up using ProjectLocker. Mainly cause it was super easy to use! They provide Source Control, Automated Builds, Trac, Wikis.
It appears Google have made this very difficult, I guess to stop the accidental creation of various versions of documents. If the file is a Google format, you can open it and select File → Make a copy to duplicate it. If it isn't, the only work around I've seen within the web interface is this cumbersome solution. (Only for files smaller than 25Mb.) ...
Assembla also offers free SVN or Git repository hosting. Their free plans have unlimited users/repos (public or private) with 2GB total disk space.
After multiple tries I was still getting the "unable to monitor filesystem" error. I finally figured out why: 100,857 Files, 15,009 Folders I had to bump my max_user_watches to a higher number.
If you are talking about downloading your own video, you can do so from the video manager: If you want to download other people's videos you can use a 3rd party site, like the one below. Normal URL: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1q7Leq6wqxA How you would modify it for downloading: http://www.keepyoutube.com/watch?v=1q7Leq6wqxA Hope that is what ...
I have a free SVN account on a site called Unfuddle. Works great with both Eclipse and Visual Studio. They also provide GIT and Trac support. While their free plan is good enough for me, most of their plans look quite affordable if you have a team.
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GitHub tends to be the most popular as of now, its only drawback being that any free project has to be open source.
I am using Beanstalk - they have a free plan and I like it. Some features included in all versions: Private Repositories - By default both Git and Subversion repositories are private. SSL Encryption Enables 128-bit SSL encryption over HTTP (HTTPS) for more secure checkouts and commits. Daily Backups Daily backups of all customer data.
Getting a list of all uploaded files is not possible at this time. However, we are tracking this as a feature request.
I use FlashGot + DownThemAll! add-ons on Firefox to download videos. Just tested now to see that it is working. I hope that's what you want.
Of course it's safe, they just crawl your site, collect links and locate the files on their own. Afterall, everyone who will download through that link will somehow bring free traffic to your site. If I did not reply in full, you can read more on their help pages.
Your could share the SVN folder from the dedicated drobox account with both of your personal dropbox accounts. This way both of you could log in with your respective accounts and sync your personal data and SVN data by using the same dropbox instance. A word of warning: If both of you commit to (or change in any other way) the repo at the same time this ...
Look similar to the question answered here; Multiple dropbox accounts on one PC? Hope this helps.
From the Dropbox website: At the moment you can only run one installation of Dropbox on a single computer and it can only be linked to a single account. Accessing another account from a computer where Dropbox is already installed (or any computer, for that matter) is as easy as logging in as another user through the Dropbox website. Otherwise, you can ...
Seems like DocsInOffice.com provides for free the kind of feature I want ... in Windows, at least.
First thing you can do is clear your cookies and history, which reduces the amount of data that gets sent to the server in some cases. Second, somewhat obvious, is to make sure you're network connection is only doing one thing. Stop browsing and see if anybody else is on the same network connection as you. Third option is to try to reduce the size of the ...
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