I would like to use my RPi partly as a home file-server. I'm currently using a desktop for the same task. For instance, all of my family's pictures and home videos are on the file-server; but only a fraction of them are ever on the laptop. I currently use some custom rsync scripts to sync new data from the laptop to the file-server.
I've decided it's time to pay for an online backup service in order to get off-site storage of our most irreplaceable data (home videos, pictures, etc.).
I'd like to give my RPi the job of file-server (via USB hub and HDD enclosures) and have it deal with syncing to an online backup service. However, I'm having a really hard time finding any online backup service that explicitly supports the Raspberry Pi.
I've seen some examples of getting crashplan to run; but that's it.
Does anyone know of any online backup services that provide official support for RPi? What about other services that people have successfully gotten to run?
Edit for further clarification: Raspberry Pi uses an ARM processor. Most services that do provide a Linux client only provide a client for the x86 or x86_64 architecture and not ARM. So official support for a Linux client on the ARM architecture is what I'm ideally looking for.
Edit: I received a response from SpiderOak, they do not currently have any plans for supporting Raspberry Pi. But this is a company that actually has official support for the N900, so it might not be hard to convince them to support the RPi if a few more people ask them about it. I particularly like that they store the backups in a way that prevents themselves from seeing the data.