Best free cloud storage service for data with Linux support

If you want good storage with great synchronization support for Linux, you can try any of the following cloud storage services for your data:

Dropbox (2 GB free) Copy.com (15 GB free) mega.co.nz (50 GB free) SpiderOak (2 GB free)

The above 3 are very popular and have Linux Synchronization clients that make it easy . . . → Read More: Best free cloud storage service for data with Linux support

How to split a large file in Linux using split command

At times, very large files need to be split into smaller fragments and then re-assembled. To split a file, open a terminal window in Linux and enter the following command: $ split -b 1000K largefile <enter>

where: largefile is the file to be split. 1000K means you want to split the file with each chunk . . . → Read More: How to split a large file in Linux using split command

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