WebDAV Client for Linux and Windows
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WebDAV client is a utility supporting data transmission via the WebDAV protocol. Different software solutions utilize WebDAV client functions for data-storing purposes, including such tasks as making a WebDAV backup client or allowing synchronizing a local WebDAV folder with some cloud account.
Version 8.0.3, built on 3 June, 2019 104 MB
The simplest classification for WebDAV clients is by system integration:
The main factors in choosing a client are: 1) Data transfer rate; 2) Additional features on the security and locking. Exactly the data transfer rate is the main problem of native clients, where the third-party solutions utilize different methods of speeding up transferring.
Here are the examples of WebDAV client Windows software solutions and Linux packages.
Handy Backup is a WebDAV backup client, allowing making an effective and secure WebDAV backup in both directions (i.e., onto a cloud or from a cloud account to some other storage)! Handy Backup is not only Windows backup software; it supports Linux WebDAV client protocols for Ubuntu-like distros.
The location of a WebDAV plug-in is a “Cloud” data group on the Step 2. Select WebDAV client by clicking on it, and then configure your WebDAV client parameters on the next dialog window.
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The Standard solution can work as WebDAV client for Windows and Linux backup operations. It also supports many other data storages for user files and folders. Free 30-days trial version!
Since WebDAV Linux protocol is very tricky, is not so easy to understand how it works under Linux. Here is a useful advice, how to set up connection to a WebDAV Linux server and client in a manual mode.
Note: All operations described below are for standard Linux terminal, not for Handy Backup or any third-party program solution!
First, you need to install the davfs2 package (here and below, the prefix "#" means root commands, and the prefix "$" marks [username]’s commands; as usual, [username] is a substitution for a current user’s name, without square parenthesis).
Then use the next command:
# modprobe coda
Thus, you can use Handy Backup as a WebDAV on Linux backup client, but this is only a small part of its powerful features. Also, find out how to Mount WebDAV Cloud Storage. Besides backing up your data, you can use it as a WebDAV client for Linux with your favorite cloud service.
Try Handy Backup as your standard WebDAV backup client for Linux and Windows! You can download a full version of Handy Backup just now, installing it on a 30-day free trial!
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