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Since the Steam Link is an armv7h device and is very easy to root wouldn't it be possible to just create a zip of / and remove the kernel image, initramfs and bootloader (uBoot?), dtbs, kernel module parts and extract it onto an sdcard for an ODROID C1+ that was preflashed for Arch Linux ARM and just keep /boot, /usr/lib/modules and the libgl files for the Mali GPU? submitted by /u/blackout24 [link] [comments]

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Hi all, two years ago we had this post: https://www.reddit.com/r/linux/comments/1fzod1/linux_compatiable_cloud_storage_vendors_lets/ The landscape certainly has changed since then! Tons new services have popped up, some persist, some have closed (RIP Copy) and there is still no bloody Linux client for Google Drive. I'm making this post with entirely selfish intent. I have all my photos backed up on Copy.com which are switching off in May, and don't want to use my work's Owncloud for them. But no doubt this will be helpful for the next person making a similar search on /r/Linux, so please fire away with the services you know! If you could write website, pricing options and whether it has a mobile client then I can compile your replies into a guide which I'll add onto this post! Ideally name a vendor where you have personal experience. For instance I could add all of the ones on https://owncloud.org/provider/ as Linux-compatible vendors, but getting some first-hand experience the next person can more likely trust the company. Not just that they'll keep it safe, but also that they'll stick around a while longer! A tiny cloud storage company which nobody is using is more likely to go tits-up. submitted by /u/sedermera [link] [comments]

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I'm just curious as to what's out there. Google searches return very little information. Free ($) software is preferred, but paid software is okay too. submitted by /u/songandsilence [link] [comments]

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