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keepassxc on more devices

There is another option. Syncthing which runs on Linux, Windows, Android or MacOS. You can keep an up to date version of anything on any or all your platforms automatically. Of course there is ...
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Unknown password for rsync

The computer does not have a password. rysnc is asking for the password for the account on the remote host that is being used. Depending on your rsync command line, this might be the same username as ...
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keepassxc on more devices

With WebDAV you can read/write to a file on a internet server (ie. https://example.com/remote.php/dav/files/john.doe/mydatabase.kdbx). This way the online KDBX database-file on the online server is ...
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keepassxc on more devices

Well the simplest and the safest solution is to have one server/service using ssh's sftp with which you will synchronize using rsync using the ssh keys or similar. This place will be DB´s master. I ...
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