Tonido by default shows all your files in your computer or device.
To restrict access to only a few folders that you wish to show remotely, you can follow the steps below:
1. Go to Settings Tab and then Misc, Scroll down to find Allowed Folders.
2.First you want to select the folder, that you wish to show remotely. After adding click on check-box to enable access to only selected Folders.
3.If you want to allow multiple folders, then you should disable the check-box, add the folders required and then re-enable the check-box.
4.The added “allowed folder” can also be deleted.
**Note:- If you do not select any folder and enable the check-box, then no files will be shown.
We are happy to announce the immediate availability of FileCloud 5.0.
FileCloud 5.0 is a landmark release which brings unprecedented power and features to make FileCloud the best Private Enterprise File Sharing and Sync Solution available in the market today.
Here are the major highlights:
Network Folder Offline Access
Previous to FileCloud 5.0, it was not possible to make Network Folders available offline for editing (for example: Managed Storage Synced Files). Now in FileCloud 5.0, we are now supporting the ability to make network folders available offline locally for employees to use when offline. They can edit and modify files and they can then synchronize the files back the Network Folders when online.
FileCloud 5.0 also introduces the ability to backup employee’s data in arbitrary folders on computers running Windows, Mac or Linux to FileCloud for safekeeping.
Folders selected for backup are automatically backed up on a schedule selected by the user.
Sync App Improvements
There are many significant sync app improvements including key usability fixes in Windows where icon overlays are used to indicate the sync status of files directly in Windows Explorer.
There is also a status window, that shows the synchronization status clearly and unambiguously. This is useful especially if you are synchronizing large datasets and want to track the progress of the sync.
The OpenStack Object Store, known as Swift, offers cloud storage software so that you can store and retrieve lots of data with a simple API. It’s built for scale and optimized for durability, availability, and concurrency across the entire data set. FileCloud 5.0 allows using OpenStack Swift as a storage backend instead of using traditional disk storage. This allows building very large storage solutions at the fraction of the cost of traditional enterprise systems.
iOS Media Backup
Endpoint backup is not limited only to Desktops.
The new FileCloud iOS app allows employees to automatically backup their media files (photos and videos) directly to FileCloud.
We are continuing in our quest to make Tonido FileCloud the best Private Enterprise Cloud solution in the market. We believe FileCloud 5.0 is a major landmark release in that quest and augurs well for the future.
Read the full releases notes for list of all changes.
A few years ago, Facebook deprecated its restful API and introduced the new Graph API. The new Graph API was launch after years of hard work, as Facebook engineers tried to bring in all the features of the existing API and promised to bring in more. There are different languages through which you can access Facebook graph search, but for this post, we will concentrate on using the Python version.
The OAuth Access Token
Every request in the Facebook Graph API is to be authenticated through a token, which is generated for every user uniquely, identifying the user and the application which was used to generate the token. The reason an application is associated with the token is to manage the permissions that the token should have. You can generate your token through some application or very easily from the Graph API Explorer. You need to specify what permissions you want to give to the token, and then generate a token. (more…)
As a system administrator, you are responsible to make sure everything in your network is up and running. That means that running commands on the terminal is just not enough and changing configuration files or making small scripts to do certain tasks are also an important part of the job. In such a situation, you must have a text editor that you are very comfortable with and lets you get things done quickly and efficiently. Here is a roundup of the text editors that are the most popular. (more…)
All you have to do is
- Right click FileCloud Sync app and click on “More Options”
- Select “Backup And Other Settings”
- In the “Settings” window that appears , click on “Backup”.
- Add Folder that you need to backup by clicking on “Add Backup Folder”
Once you have added the folder that you need to backup, you can set the schedule for backup. To achieve this, Select a mode from the “Schedule” dropdown
Your data is now backed up to the folder “Backups” in the FileCloud Server
Sharing Pictures, Music, Video and Documents via Facebook:
Simple and easy way to share files and folder in facebook:
1. Click on the file you want to share. A small panel will open to your right and hit share in that panel
2. Go to Advanced Options.
3. Right above you will see Facebook icon. Click on it and Share via Facebook.
Sharing Vacation pics folder in a single link.
Now you can share this link on your timeline or send a private message to your friend.
But we can say one thing: Once personal data moves from your computer to a 3rd party cloud, the data is not yours anymore…
Luckily our users have Tonido. We are proud of the personal cloud service that we have created and run over 5 years to safeguard your privacy and online freedom. At this time, there is no better challenge in the internet and our team is ready to carry on the fight with your help.
We promise to our users that we will make Tonido as the #1 Personal Cloud .
One of the most important features of public cloud services like Dropbox, iCloud etc is the ability to automatically upload photos and videos of the mobile devices without user intervention. This is a very convenient feature and knowing that your photos and videos are always tucked away in a safe location is a great feeling. Unfortunately, with the amount of photos and videos generated by the mobile devices, the storage size can balloon resulting in a) costly storage fee b) requiring constant management of images/videos to free up more space. Further, your personal photos are stored in a 3rd party server where your data privacy, security and ownership is a big question mark.
ALL that changes with Tonido, where you own your storage and is completely run and managed by you!
With the latest Tonido iOS App and Tonido server (Both free upgrades of course!) you can now get this feature in your very own private cloud. No more storage fee, No more subscriptions, privacy concerns! you simply slap in a cheap hard disk and point it to Tonido to use it for backing up your photos and videos.
This functionality is currently available only in the Tonido iOS app and will soon be coming to the Android version as well.
So, What is needed?
1. The latest Tonido iOS app from Apple appstore (v7.0).
2. Latest Tonido server (As of Feb 10, it is v220.127.116.11919) . To update, simply go to Settings->General -> “Check for Updates” and follow prompts.
and here is how to enable it
A system administrator is responsible for the maintenance and security of computer networks. The job includes administering networks, individual systems, databases, web applications, mail servers and many more components. With crucial tasks such as these in hand, it is imperative that a system admin maintains a list of resources to fall back to in case of emergency, use them to expand knowledge- or just have some fun from the serious life. Here is a list of some top resources for such people! (more…)
If you are a system administrator, your tasks generally require you to login to many systems remotely through the terminal, and having proper knowledge of useful commands is a must! However, just knowing about these commands is not sufficient because you need to use them efficiently. Getting your mind over the bashrc file is one step in that process.
Where is the .bashrc file located?
Since messing around with the .bashrc file can cause big issues with your system, it is a hidden file located in your home directory. That means you can open the file with any text editor by going to ~/.bashrc. The absolute path is /home/<my_username>/.bashrc (more…)