I'm using multiple Raspberry Pi devices. I use one for RPi software development (I'm programmer), one for multimedia (RaspBMC), and one for other purposes.
The way I'm moving files to these devices and manage them from PC is not productive.
I would like to use one of cloud storage services (Google Drive, Dropbox or maybe something else) to sync all devices with folders on my PC, so I can just put files in folder on PC and wait until these files will be synchronized with RPi.
I want to create directory structures like this (or similar):
RPi Devices RPi Multimedia home cloud-multimedia cloud-all RPi Dev home cloud-dev cloud-all var www RPi Sandbox home cloud-sandbox cloud-all var www
\home\myusername\cloud-multimedia (only on "RPi Multimedia") \home\myusername\cloud-dev (only on "RPi Dev") \home\myusername\cloud-sandbox (only on "RPi Sandbox") \home\myusername\cloud-all (shared on all devices) \var\www\ (separate for Dev and Sandbox devices)
Two of my RPi devices have Raspbian. One is RaspBMC.
I'm already using Google Drive and Dropbox services. If there is something else for my needs - I can give it a try). My question is:
Which cloud service will be easier to configure for my needs and work on both - Raspbian and RaspBMC?
I'm using Windows 7 on my PC and current versions of Raspbian and RaspBMC on Raspberry devices.