FreeFileSync is a free Open Source software that helps you synchronize files and synchronize folders for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X. It is designed to save your time setting up and running backup jobs while having nice visual feedback along the way. The latest version FreeFileSync 7.1 has been released and you can install it on Ubuntu and its derivatives.
Changes In FreeFileSync 7.1
- Avoid various access denied errors when synchronizing with admin rights (Windows)
- Accept Explorer drag and drop from MTP devices
- Support showing MTP files with Explorer
- Support opening MTP files with default application
- Preselect active MTP folder in folder picker dialog
- Workaround file not found error when copying alternate data streams
- Fixed access denied error when copying file times (Linux)
- Workaround boost bug causing RealtimeSync to wake PC (Windows)
- Fixed naming convention “replace” for versioning
- Skip space pre-allocation if not supported (OS X)
- Use a faster space pre-allocation method (Linux)
- Transactional error handling when closing file streams
- Fully initialize system image list for medium and large icons (Windows)
- Handle XP backward-compatibility with the 32-bit build (Windows 64-bit)
- Workaround hang due to unsupported AVX2 instructions (Vista 64-bit)
- Fixed invalid argument exception during app launch (OS X)
- Fixed binary comparison checking for wrong buffer size
- Fixed GetLogicalProcessorInformation not found startup error (Windows XP SP2)
- Support IP-based UNC paths with folder selector (Windows)
- Use standard file permissions for application bundle (OS X)
- Updated help file and added tips and tricks chapter
How To Install FreeFileSync 7.1 On Ubuntu 15.04 And Derivative Systems
FreeFileSync 7.1 is not available in its default PPA, so you need to download the package file and use it as a portable program.
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Extract FreeFileSync Folder from the downloaded compressed file.
Run FreeFileSync File inside the folder and enjoy the application.