Keep Your Files In Sync Between the Cloud and On Prem Systems with Syncthing on Ubuntu
In this video, Josh from KeepItTechie shows you how to install and use Syncthing. Syncthing is a continuous file synchronization program used to synchronize files between two or more computers in real time. With Syncthing you can synchronize as many folders as you need with different people or just between your own devices.
0:33 What is Syncthing?
1:22 Install Syncthing
06:48 Configure the Syncthing Service
10:53 Enabling Syncthing
11:44 Change the Syncthing IP address
13:37 Access Syncthing from the Browser
18:10 Adding a Device
19:16 Syncing Between Servers
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