Dropbox Ubuntu 18.04

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  • Dropbox is an incredibly easy to use file syncing tool for your Ubuntu 18.04 desktop. Dropbox allows you to store files in cloud storage and sync to a special folder on your local computer or mobile device using the Client software that available for many platforms including Window, Linux, Android and Mac.
  • In this tutorial we will show you how to install Dropbox on Ubuntu 18.04. We will also install and configure its prerequisites. Please use the following link to visit the site. There is a possibility that this content has been removed from the given URL or may be this site has been shut down completely.
  • Sudo apt install libavcodec-extra nautilus-dropbox subtitleeditor handbrake vlc deluge gimp. Gnome-subtitles is no longer available in Ubuntu 18.04. Cloud drivers: Start dropbox from activities to install dropbox. Install MEGA to run the MEGA cloud service.

When Ubuntu 18.04 LTS was released, I decided to install it for testing purposes… the steps below is how I got DropBox installed on Ubuntu 18.04 LTS… If you want to install DropBox, the steps below should be a great place to start…

In Ubuntu 18.04 GNOME Shell Extensions can be installed from the Ubuntu Software app. Open the app and do a keyword search for “GNOME shell extensions shelltile”. Then just click install.

When you install Ubuntu Desktop there are some useful applications you may want to install right away… Dropbox is one such tool that most people will want to install. This brief tutorial is going to show students and new users how to easily install Dropbox on Ubuntu 18.04.

Dropbox provides online storage to backup or store your data automatically. Using Dropbox to backup your content provides some security and piece of mind. In the event your PC crashes, your data will be saved and ready to be restored onto another computer.

There are other online storage providers but none support Linux or Ubuntu as Dropbox and if they did, their service is not as reliable as Dropbox.

To install Dropbox on Ubuntu, continue below:

Step 1: Install Ubuntu Dropbox installation loader

There are many ways to install Dropbox on Ubuntu. You can download the installer package directly from Dropbox’s download page.

You could also run the commands below to install the installer loader for Ubuntu.

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After installing the tool above, it will automatically launch Dropbox installer wizard. If Dropbox installer isn’t launched automatically, search for it and launch it.

Step 2: Configure Dropbox

When the wizard begins, continue with Dropbox installation. You may be prompted to create a new account if your don’t already one or type your username and password to logon if you do have one.

After the installation, a folder called Dropbox will be created in your home directory. If you want to automatically backup stuff online, just add your stuff into that folder. You can create sub folder in the Dropbox folder of your home directory to sync to the cloud.

Dropbox icon will also be added to the top menu bar where you can easily manage and access your online content.

So, to make a file or folder automatically backed-up to your online storage (Dropbox account), move them into the Dropbox folder of your home directory.

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All connected devices to your Dropbox account will see the new files and folders almost instantly after adding them to the Dropbox folder in Ubuntu

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