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    Default Setting up hubiC fuse mount on Debian

    What?

    So I have been looking for a new, cheap and decently secure backup service I can dump all my servers to and came across hubiC by OVH. It's a "cloud" based web storage service that really works for long term, incremental backups.
    Link: https://hubic.com/en/offers/

    NOTE: hubiC is rate limited to 10Mbit/s - if this is a big issue for you, look for something else.

    Prices
    25GB free
    100GB 1euro/pm
    10TB 5euro/pm

    Help a homie out

    If you decide to sign up, please use my referral code: OESJSI

    Setting up a fuse mount in Debian

    Firstly, go to https://hubic.com/home/browser/developers/ and create a new application. Call it something unique and use "http://localhost/" for domain redirection. Take note of the client_id and client_secret generated as we will need it.

    apt-get update && apt-get upgrade
    apt-get install git nano gcc make curl libfuse-dev pkg-config libcurl4-openssl-dev libxml2-dev libssl-dev libjson0 libjson0-dev libmagic-dev
    cd /hubicfuse
    ./configure
    make
    make install
    ./hubic_token
    client_id (the app's id): your client_id from above

    client_secret (the app's secret): your client secret from above

    redirect_uri (declared at app's creation): http://localhost/

    Get account usage (r): r

    Get all published links in one call (r): r

    Get OpenStack credentials, eg. access to your files (r): r

    Send activation email (w): r

    Add new/Get/Delete published link (wrd): wrd

    user_login: your hubiC email

    user_pwd: your hubiC password
    copy the client_id, client_secret and refresh_token it spits out and put it into a file called .hubicfuse in the $HOME directory of the user you will be using, for the sake of this tutorial I'll use root (don't use root...)


    nano /root/.hubicfuse
    Paste in:

    client_id=ABC

    client_secret=123

    refresh_token=XYZ
    mkdir /mnt/hubic
    hubicfuse /mnt/hubic -o noauto_cache,sync_read,allow_other
    Your hubiC fuse is now done and mounted at /mnt/hubic

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    I prefer syncthing - keeps all my devices in sync and is self hosted.

    Hubic is more of a dropbox type replacement....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jsheed_sa View Post
    I prefer syncthing - keeps all my devices in sync and is self hosted.

    Hubic is more of a dropbox type replacement....
    Their stuff is solid for backups though, since Amazon killed my ACD

    Just Duplicity to /mnt/hubic

    and you're sorted

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waylander View Post
    Their stuff is solid for backups though, since Amazon killed my ACD

    Just Duplicity to /mnt/hubic

    and you're sorted
    Does it still work?
    just came access hubiC, and it looks great!!
    anyone else using it?

    will sign up for the free 25GB (will use your referral) , and will try set it up as an fuse mount on my openmedia box (Debian based).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bar1 View Post
    Does it still work?
    just came access hubiC, and it looks great!!
    anyone else using it?

    will sign up for the free 25GB (will use your referral) , and will try set it up as an fuse mount on my openmedia box (Debian based).
    Yeah, it's still awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waylander View Post
    Yeah, it's still awesome
    I am not reading good reviews....but will test it over the weekend.
    if anyone wanna help with me out with more space, my referral is: MJFNTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by bar1 View Post
    I am not reading good reviews....but will test it over the weekend.
    if anyone wanna help with me out with more space, my referral is: MJFNTH
    Most will complain about the 10Mbit cap, so use case dependent. For long term throw and forget, it works.

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