Dropbox is the answer however it is to costly. At 12.99 per month, add the exchange rate from Canada to USA it would cost me 12.99 x12 mos x 1.32 exchange = $205.76. I still need to access my backup and will consider carrying WD one TD portable drive. Cost for the drive is $72.Several years ago I had Dropbox. It had a Linux client and would mount it at boot so it looked like any other drive/partition.
G'day Les. If you are going to try something with Syncthing (which I have not used) that might jeopardise one or both of your Manjaro and Mint, I woud be inclined to take a full snapshot of each with Timeshift first.I going to try Syncthing to sync my laptop & desktop.
Syncthing is now set up and works flawlessly with LinuxMint (desktop) and Manjaro (laptop). At last, I can now take my laptop to the where I am doing my research work usually the Archives and know what I enter into Gramps can be synced to my desktop or vice versa.G'day Les. If you are going to try something with Syncthing (which I have not used) that might jeopardise one or both of your Manjaro and Mint, I woud be inclined to take a full snapshot of each with Timeshift first.
Timeshift is already installed on your Mint, and can easily be installed on Manjaro as well. See my Thread at
and ask any questions there.
My 2 cents on cloud - you might read up on Mega
They are New Zealand-based and before I get flamed, I should say that one of their principals a few years ago allegedly was in trouble with a US agency, but I have not had any problems with them.
I got 50 GB storage free, they still have that, subject to participation in some sort of achievements program.
Anyway just a thought.
Cheers all and Avagudweegend