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Check if still mounted correctly

For my daemon, I mounted (several) remote read-only WebDAV foldersĀ¹ as "sources" to periodically pull files from. Let $SOURCE be one of them for this question's sake. Before blindly using $SOURCE, I ...
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How can I limit the bandwith to a davfs-mounted cloud storage?

I need to copy approx 400 files of approx. 25 MB each to a davfs-mounted cloud storage. I have tried the following commands to limit the CPU-load and IO-load: nice -n 15 ionice -c 3 rsync -avhW ...
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owncloud webDAV access

I have been trying to mount my owncloud server to my debian (stable with backports) system following the tutorial on owncloud website the command line part. ...
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batch tool for sending files over webdav

I know there is cadaver for working with webdav. But it opens an interactive console. I want to write a script that will send files over webdav protocol in a batch mode. What tool can I use?
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Configuring setcifsacl to use local posix user instead of SID for CIFS share on Linux

I have a CIFS filesystem (from a NetAPP) mounted on a Red Hat 6 server using cifs_utils, and am sharing some directories from the CIFS filesystem out over HTTPS via WebDAV. I need to set some ACLs on ...
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Problems uploading a file via WebDAV?

I've configured on my Linux server (SLES11) with IHS Webserver with WebDAV enabled. A file upload via curl is successful using a URL like this: $ curl --insecure --upload-file testfile.txt \ ...
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Accessing Owncloud from the commandline

Is it possible to donwload all contacts from an owncloud instance into a local folder, make modifications and reupload the vcf files back to the server? By abusing the backup functionality I managed ...
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Is there a multi-user webdav server available for linux?

I'm looking to completely decommission my SMBA service and replace it with a WebDav service. All the google searches so far have pointed me to using Apache / Webdav. This is close to what I need but ...
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davfs2 keep files cached longer

I'm using davfs2 to sync with my box.com account and I'm trying to play with the cache settings to get more Dropbox-like functionality. I've noticed that after I don't open a file for a little while ...
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How to merge multiple WebDAV accounts for backup?

I use davfs, aufs, rsync: sudo mount -t davfs -o uid=wd,gid=wd,dir_mode=777,rw https://wd1.wd.wd/ /mnt/webdav1 sudo mount -t davfs -o uid=wd,gid=wd,dir_mode=777,rw https://wd1.wd.wd/ /mnt/webdav2 ...
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Connect to Webdav (https) with domain\user

I have a problem trying to connect with our network webdav share on mac osx. I can connect from windows, so it's working. On Mac OSX I have set the routes, and I can connect when using "Transmit" but ...
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affordable cloud space for a duplicity backup? [closed]

I'm searching for around 1TB of cloud space for backup using the Unix/Linux duplicity backup tool? Are there any recommendations?
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wdfs mount problem

I'm running Fedora/Gnome 3.4.2 64bit and I'm trying to mount a webdav file system to work with. As root, I run the command #mkdir /mnt/webdav #wdfs https://www.webiste.com:port/directory ...
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Self hosted cloud storage

I'm looking for some software that would provide features like Dropbox. Will a simple webdav be enough for this use case?
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Mount ubuntu one or similar web storage services without their clients

I want to mount a folder to sync with my Ubuntu One account. The only restriction is that I don't want to use the client provided. I use Arch Linux if it counts. And if you can provide a general ...
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dav2fs caching problem on Debian Squeeze

I have apache/mod_dav and davfs2 all on the same host. davfs2 is used to mount what Apache is serving to the local filesystem - a sort of loopback. The purpose is that the content of the files served ...
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How to copy someone's else folders from public.me.com with a wget-like tool?

How can I copy a folder from http://public.me.com/ (a service related to iDisk, or MobileMe) to my local filesystem with a Unix tool (like wget, a command-line non-interactive tool)? The problem is ...
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Is it possible to run a webdav fuse client with no root access?

I have seen examples showing how to use davfs2 under linux, but each has involved one of these things: Running mount as root Adding an entry to /etc/fstab Running mount.davfs setuid, which, alas, ...
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How to easily and securely share files on a linux system over the internet?

I can think of a couple of ways which are not that easy: ftp - user needs ftp (or even ftps) client, active vs. passive, firewalls https - only for download webDAV - setup of apache is rather ...