Backup files to Dropbox (Dropbox Uploader)

 Using BASH script

Download the dropbox_uploader.sh BASH script from https://github.com/andreafabrizi/Dropbox-Uploader

Run the script

$ /path/to/dropbox_uploader.sh

It’ll print out the below:

This is the first time you run this script. 
Please open this URL from your Browser, and access using your account: 
-> https://www2.dropbox.com/developers/apps 
If you haven't already done, click "Create an App" and fill in the form 
with the following data: 
App name: MyUploader888 
Description: What do you want... 
Access level: App folder or Full Dropbox 
Now, click on the "Create" button. 
When your new App is successfully created, please type the 
App Key, App Secret and the Access level: 
# App key:

Sign into Dropbox and create an app for uploader.

Follow the instruction in command line. Once you completed the procedure, you can upload/download individual files from the command line to and from Dropdox.

To upload files : -

./dropbox_uploader.sh upload /your/local/file/test.zip

For more commands visit : https://github.com/andreafabrizi/Dropbox-Uploader

For backup script visit : https://github.com/andreafabrizi/Dropbox-Uploader/wiki/Simple-backup-script

PHP Dropbox Uploader

Download the PHP script from https://github.com/jakajancar/DropboxUploader/

Usage :

require 'DropboxUploader.php';

$uploader = new DropboxUploader('email@address.com', 'password');
$uploader->upload('path/to/your/file.zip');

Use cron jobs to schedule automatic backup to DropBox

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