I have been using iCloud to sync between iOS and Windows 10 perfectly, but then I started using Ubuntu and it doesn’t seem like there’s a way to mount iCloud as a local drive there.
What are people using for syncing between Linux and iOS?
The other cloud service I use is pcloud which has a Linux client.
I believe your only real option is to use Obsidian Sync. I really wish third party syncing functionality existed on IOS. If you find something else, I’d be curious.
I second the comments above. Sync was my go to for Syncing between Linux and iOS.
The official documentation for
Obisidian Mobile is a great place to start. If you have ideas to improve the Obsidian documentation, pull requests are welcome. You can contribute to the process of documenting Obsidian on GitHub.
First things first: Obsidian Sync vs. Third Party Sync. The advantages of Obsidian Sync is that it’s officially supported, “just works,” has nice versioning that is built into Obsidian, and is blazing fast and optimized for your vault. The main tradeoff is that Obsidian …
Yep, looks like Obsidian Sync is the only option I see for now too. In the meta post there is someone going from iOS <> Androis <> Windows using iCloud and Syncthing but Linux would probably require going off of iCloud unless I can mount it locally (didn’t see any easy ways to do this online - I was able to mount a box drive locally in the past)
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