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    yadayada
    @yadayada
    @kireevco Someone suggested using a crontab entry yadayada/acd_cli#90
    Dmitry Kireev
    @kireevco
    @yadayada thanks, I’ll use that
    @yadayada rethoric question: do you trust Amazon Drive with your personal photos? :-) Do you thinkit is safe?
    chrisidefix
    @chrisidefix
    There is something that is starting to annoy me about ACD. When you want to share links, you can not get actual file links. Instead you have to go to the website and download it there "manually". However, I would like to use wget to download some shared files. Any idea how it might be possible to do that (or any other way over the commandline)? Is this something that you think could possibly be integrated into acd_cli ? (I know it's not really the scope of this project, but it would be pretty nice to be able to do it.)
    yadayada
    @yadayada
    I think you'll need to dig deep into their code or use a JavaScript-capable webscraper to select your shared file and click it. The link that's generated then is actually a tempLink.
    A webscraper could be added to acd_cli for support of shared links and actual node deletion, but I'm not too keen on adding this myself.
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    What kind of server software do you guys use for the HTTPS_PROXY on acd_cli?
    TX T
    @txt8888
    is there a reason NOT to download the file if local file exists? I use amaze cloud for my git repository, this caused me problem .
    chrisidefix
    @chrisidefix
    @yadayada thanks - I guess I won't get around actually selecting the file and clicking that link. I was hoping I could have just added ?dl=1 or something similar to the link. Dropbox for example then allows you to download the file with wget, but why make things easy for the user, right?
    chrisidefix
    @chrisidefix
    @txt8888 yes, - you generally don't want to overwrite local files (unless you can be sure that the remote copy is the most recent and up-to-date version of the file). acd_cli does NOT keep track of file changes (as other cloud sync services do) for you. Therefore, you have to decide yourself if you want to force overwriting all local changes. It would be pretty poor design to automatically overwrite local files by default in my opinion. What if you locally changed your file? Any application will generally ask you if you really want to overwrite that file (or it will at least rename the downloaded file). I would not recommend syncing your git repository with a cloud service - maybe for backup purposes, but better use a service such as github or bitbucket (if you want private repositories).
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    @Rudde tinyproxy is fine
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Seems like squid work @msh100 but I don't think traffic between client and server is additionally encrypted, do tinyproxy do this?
    Also is it acd_cli that have trouble now or AMazon? I get this error "This application is temporarily over its serving quota. Please try again later."
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    this seems to line up
    Also @Rudde what do you mean? HTTPS traffic has to be end to end
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Yeah I know, but if I want to hide the fact that it's amazon traffic
    and I can still be interspeted with a http proxy I suppose acd_cli don't do certificate validation anyway.
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Yeah I know, but if I want to hide the fact that it's amazon traffic
    From who?
    the machine running acd_cli if you set HTTPS_PROXY, the host would not know its amazon traffic
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Well the question is is https proxies possible with in this case double encryption and in the case of http just encryption?
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    well...
    http traffic wont go over the HTTPS_PROXY
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    @Rudde if you want to encrypt your traffic, use a VPN...
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    VPN won't be an option in this usercase, I was wondering if encrypted HTTP proxy is possible (not socks) or stunnel'ed HTTP proxy. But I need some help with L2TP too if you're good at it :P
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Well no traffic goes over HTTP, so not to be too concerned
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    That answer your question :D?
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Yeah I get that in this specific case, but I was wondering in general if it was possible? And I'm still concerned with acd_cli not doing certificate validation if I'm on a HTTP proxy or using it plain.
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    It is... It's because everything is passed through
    The certificates are valid, there's no issue there
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    I was more thinking in a MIB attack.
    MIM*
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    Then the certificate WOULDNT be valid
    that's not a concern
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Amazon still having issues? :S
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    not to my knowledge
    actually, yes... no body response
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Is it possible to get acd_cli upload to overwrite but only for files who are not identical?
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    How would acd_cli know the file is non-identical?
    You can compare MD5s I guess, but that’s a lot of local CPU processing
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Yeah with the stored md5 values. my question is if there is any way to make acd_cli upload do this
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    … no
    but that’s a LOT of CPU overhead to compute the MD5s locally
    You could just refer to the last modified date
    and upload newer files
    if you’re using the unionfs guide - then the date would work, and you could cache the last upload time
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    I am using UnionFS, but where is this guide?
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    The one from amc.ovh?
    Rudde
    @Rudde
    Oh yeah, I've seen that one
    Marcus Stewart Hughes
    @msh100
    I assumed that’s the one you meant as you linked to it before