Unfortunately sync.com didn't prepare client for Linux yet. In 2014 they said that are working on...
@mehmetaergun We're working on the Linux client and hope to have it out shortly after the mobile. We'll contact you when it's out.— Sync.com (@Sync) 10 kwietnia 2014
but it is still not published and people are waiting on it.
I sent a question to sync.com sales team to confirm that information and I receive such answer:
Hi Wojtek, Thank you for your email. A Linux client is still on our long term roadmap, there is no ETA. [...]
Only possibility for Linux is to use
wine. You can download and install windows app without issues. https://www.sync.com/install/
If You would like to set sync.com app to start on each boot,
You need to create auto-start config file with Your favorite editor e.g. nano or vim:
[Desktop Entry] Type=Application Exec=wine "/home/user/.wine/drive_c/Program Files (x86)/Sync/sync-taskbar.exe" & Hidden=false X-GNOME-Autostart-enabled=true Name[en_US]=sync Name=sync Comment[en_US]=sync.com Comment=sync.com
The problem is that app could crash many times and network performance won't be as good as on windows. For me it wasn't a good solution.That was the reason why a decided to move to pcloud. In next entry there will be a short review of their service from Linux point of view.