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README

Hi Friend!

This is *the* Dropbox extension for Nautilus!!!

Now you can use your favorite sync, versioning, and backup software with GNU/Linux!
Yes!! Radical!!! Gnarly!!!!

Check us out at https://www.dropbox.com/

<3,
The Dropbox Team

Building Dropbox Nautilus Extension From Source Tarball
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You will need the following packages (or equivalent):

libnautilus-extension-dev

In the nautilus-dropbox dir just do:
$ ./configure
$ make
$ sudo make install

After installing the package you must restart Nautilus. You can do that by issuing the following command (note: if you're running compiz, doing so may lock up your computer - log out and log back in instead):

$ killall nautilus
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