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>> That's not correct. You can install and use it without having X
>> installed. I did it so on one of the servers in the office. There
>> is a CLI script written in python which is officially supported:
> Yes, you are right.
> I had Dropbox <-> Nautilus in my head. I do remember seeing
Yes, when you install the standard version you will have
Nautilus-Integration, so he will - of course - need Nautilus. I had the
same connection in my head for a looong time.
> Thank you for correcting me.
> Having a quick look it still is not does not off a real daemon mode
> - you need to use terminal multiplexer (i.e. tmux, dtach, screen,
It actually has. This mode is also mentioned in the official Dropbox
Documentation I linked in my last mail.
A very good overview over nearly all Dropbox for Linux installation
methods is in the ArchLinux-Wiki:
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