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    Default cyberduck support

    Cyberduck is a remote storage browser that supports FTP, SFTP, and many other remote storage protocols "du jour".
    Cyberduck also supports Cryptomator for client side valut encryption.
    Both are free and open source.
    Cryptomator provides a Linux rpm that enables vault encryption, but for local storage only, leaving interaction with the remote to other solutions (e.g. rclone, google-drive-ocamlfuse).
    Cyberduck provides an rpm repo for its CLI version. I don't know enough about zypper to install it, but going by the wiki, the CLI seems to support most remote storage protocols.
    I think it would be great for privacy aware users if somebody would be able to port the Cyberduck CLI to openSUSE, or at least to provide a guide as to how to install and update it.

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    Default Re: cyberduck support

    I understand zypper supports yum. So FYI:
    Code:
    sudo zypper addrepo -G https://repo.cyberduck.io/stable/x86_64/ cyberduck
    sudo zypper update
    sudo zypper install duck

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    Default Re: cyberduck support

    Why the zypper update, I would expect a
    Code:
    zypper ref
    Henk van Velden

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    Default Re: cyberduck support

    On Sun, 25 Mar 2018 04:16:02 +0000, mateidavid wrote:

    > I understand zypper supports yum. So FYI:
    >
    > Code:
    > --------------------
    >
    > sudo zypper addrepo -G https://repo.cyberduck.io/stable/x86_64/
    > cyberduck sudo zypper update sudo zypper install duck
    >
    > --------------------


    It does, but you need to be careful mixing apps from non-openSUSE repos -
    you may run into issues with unmet dependencies and such.

    But if it works, that's cool. I use this on occasion on my Mac, and find
    it to be a pretty useful program.

    Jim

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