Sync via Cloud Storage

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I'd like to have my feeds, history, and configuration stored and encrypted in the cloud (ie. google drive, dropbox, onedrive, etc).

This would serve:

(1) Synced between devices

(2) Backup

 

 

 

Hi,

Hi,

just store the files

feed.db (holds data and filters)

QuiteRss.ini (holds the settings)

in your cloud.

Kind regards,

Sheldon

Hi, 

Hi, 

If I am on a Mac computer, what can I do?

Thanks!

Alex

Hi,

Hi,

regarding the sync it's the same.

Kind regards,

Sheldon

Ok, but in this case, where

Ok, but in this case, where are the files mentioned? I do not see them in the application folder?

thanks...

Ok, but in this case, where

Ok, but in this case, where are the files mentioned? I do not see them in the application folder?

thanks...

Unfortunately I don't have a

Unfortunately I don't have a Mac to check. Did you perform a search for this files on your whole Mac?

@funcy-dcm:

How are the files organized there? Please help!

I obviously searched these

I obviously searched these files in my Mac computer. The names of these files do not exist on Mac.

Let's wait for the response

Let's wait for the response from funcy-dcm.

Help-About-Information

Help-About-Information

Thanks!

Thanks!

Hi

Hi

It would be nice to be able to change the folder where the database is stored.
Thanks
VT

I take it that you could use

I take it that you could use symbolic links to point to the files on cloud storage?

Slothy

Hi all,

Hi all,

Just to confirm that using symbolic links with dropbox does work, I now have three windows machines all syncing their data.

You have to create two links (I created hard links as they are file references) from the following

DB File : C:\users\<username>\appdata\local\quiterss\quiterss\feeds.db ==>  c:\users\<username>\dropbox\quiterss\feeds.db

Settings File : C:\users\<username>\appdata\Roaming\quiterss\quiterss.ini ==>  c:\users\<username>\dropbox\quiterss\quiterss.ini

Just remember to move the files to the new location first (after closing QuiteRSS First)

I also used the free tool Windows Symbolic link maker to make my life easier - https://sourceforge.net/projects/windowssymbolic/?source=directory 

 

Hope that helps.

I'm always looking for

I'm always looking for information for syncing on Mac.

We do not find the same file names (quiterss.ini & feeds.db).

The creator of the Mac version should be able to help us?

Thank you ...

I'm always looking for

I'm always looking for information for syncing on Mac.

We do not find the same file names (quiterss.ini & feeds.db).

The creator of the Mac version should be able to help us?

Thank you ...

Hi,

Hi,

for information about the file location please refer to

Help -> About -> Information.

Kind regards,

Sheldon