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Next version of csync

We are still working on getting a new version of csync out with a lot of new features, improvements and bugfixes. Currently we are porting back patches from ownCloud to have a clean codebase. Stay tuned!

pam_csync 0.42.0 STABLE

This is the stable release of pam_csync 0.42.0. pam_csync is a PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) module to provide roaming home directories for a user session. This module is aimed at environments with central file servers a user wishes to store his home directory. The Authentication Module verifies the identity of a user and triggers a […]

Slides of SambaXP 2009

As some people already asked you can find the slides of my talk at SambaXP 2009 here.

csync 0.42.0 STABLE

This is it, the first stable release of csync! csync is a bidirectional file synchronizer for Linux and allows to keep two copies of files and directories in sync. It uses widely adopted protocols like smb or sftp so that there is no need for a server component of csync. It is a user-level program […]

csync for Maemo

Thanks to Jan-Simon M├Âller, csync is available for the Meamo plattform to. You find all information at: http://www.csync.org/maemo/

csync 0.42.0 rc3

This is the third and hopefully the last release candidate of csync 0.42.0. csync is a bidirectional file synchronizer for Linux and allows to keep two copies of files and directories in sync. It uses uses widly adopted protocols like smb or sftp so that there is no need for a server component of csync. […]

pam_csync 0.42.0 beta2

This is the second beta release of csync 0.42.0. pam_csync is a PAM (Pluggable Authentication Modules) module to provide roaming home directories for a user session. This module is aimed at environments with central file servers a user wishes to store his home directory. The Authentication Module verifies the identity of a user and triggers […]

csync homepage goes online.

Last October I started writing my diploma thesis at SUSE Linux in Nuernberg. This is the homepage of csync a file synchronizer for Linux systems as a library. More information and content will follow. There is no source code yet. I will setup git as soon as you can loose data using csync.