Keep folders in sync using Cyberduck and Tonido

Cyberduck is a open source WebDAV client, that enables access to remote files and folders provided by Tonido. The main advantage of using Cyberduck is that it allows quick editing of remote files and saving back to your my computer transparently. It also has a nifty folder synchronization feature.

Here are a bunch of screenshots on how to use Cyberduck with Tonido.

1) First Download and install CyberDuck for Windows (http://cyberduck.ch/)

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2) After install, open cyberduck and click on “Open Connection”.

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3) Enter your Tonido user name and password

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4) Hit “Connect” and you will see a list of files

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5) If you want to synchronize a remote folder with a local folder, simply right click on it and hit synchronize.

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6) A dialog will popup that will confirm the actions it is going to take

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It is that simple!


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4 Responses

  1. paul says:

    Do they do a portable version of this. This proves somuch quicker than logging in. thank you for the post.

  2. David says:

    Hi,

    I used Cyberduck to connect to Tonido plug. However, when I connect I only see a file called Drive_Root and no directories are available.

    Thanks

  3. madhan says:

    Latest version of Cyberduck doesn’t work properly with Tonido.
    See http://www.tonido.com/support/display/docs/WebDAV+client+compatibility

  4. David says:

    Old version of Cyberduck which DOES work with Tonido is available here: http://www.oldapps.com/cyberduck.php?old_cyberduck=6552?download

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