Sync the home folder between two Ubuntu

There is a home computer and the netbook, there was a desire to synchronize a home folder (with all its bashrc, vimrc etc) to work the in patient, and then opened the beech and you have everything synchronized.

Tried to do it using Dropbox and symlinks, but anything intelligible did not get (after reading the Internet did not understand does dropbox work with symlinkname or not).

Who decides how the matter? Please share.
October 3rd 19 at 03:18
5 answers
October 3rd 19 at 03:20
Yandex disk? which is kind of under Linux gash
svn on the server and a script on login that starts the synchronisation when you login?
October 3rd 19 at 03:22
Git-annex assistant.

Can use as storage
* Amazon S3
* Amazon Glacier
* Internet Archive via S3
* tahoe-lafs
* Google drive
* Google Cloud Storage
* SkyDrive
* OwnCloud
* Flickr
* Usenet
* chef-vault
October 3rd 19 at 03:24
Ubuntu One?
October 3rd 19 at 03:26
You can make a folder of dropbox in its own folder in home, and the home folder to make that folder on dropbox.
/home/user -> /home/Dropbox - jace commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:29
Did not pay attention, does dropbox owner and group of files. If so, then it is desirable that on both machines the user and the group had the same uid and guid. - jace commented on October 3rd 19 at 03:32
October 3rd 19 at 03:28
Thank you all!
What gronlid is a lot, of course, interested in exactly who as how sinhroniziruete their data, specifically the hamster (to be honest, I used to think that Ubuntu One needs to be some vastsahara the possibility for synchronization and versioning Homa, personal data etc, but it seems not).

On the advice Eddy_Em, fshp did so:
threw all the necessary files folder to a folder in Dropbox, and snih made symlinks in your home folder.
It's cool, but problems arise if you want to remove a file from versioning, but keep it where it was in the folder.

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