Canonical's Joseph Salisbury has announced the availability of a new installation of the weekly Ubuntu Kernel Team Newsletter, which informs Ubuntu Linux users about the latest work done by the Ubuntu kernel developers. On the other hand, they are still tracking the Linux 4.4 kernel, which will be an LTS (Long-Term Supported) branch. The Ubuntu kernel devs also notify us that they are now building Linux kernel packages for the s390x (IBM System z) hardware architecture for the Ubuntu Linux operating system. Arch Linux users can install ownCloud via AUR, however, at the time I'm writing this post, the package hasn't been updated with the latest ownCloud 3.
Mirall is a Qt tray sync client that uses Csync and allows you to synchronize data between the local machine and ownCloud. For now, there's no file manager plugin so you won't be able to see the current file sync status (emblems) or share files via your file manager. A first stable Mirall version is expected to be released with ownCloud 4 and it will be targeting Linux, though Windows might be supported too (it's a second priority).


Please note that at this point, if you select "Configure" again, Mirall won't look like you've already entered the ownCloud URL. To install Mirall and Csync in other Linux distributions, get the source from here: Mirall, Csync. Linux kernel 4.2 reached end of life on December 15, 2015, as renowned kernel maintainer Greg Kroah-Hartman informed users earlier that day. They’ve also laid down the release schedule for the current and next cycle for all supported kernel versions and Ubuntu OSes. As an open source project ownCloud 3 offers innovative features, a flexible architecture and no vendor lock in. They can already be used to synchronize your ownCloud, but there are some features that don't work yet, like installing ownCloud straight from Mirall. Firstly, you must select "Configure" from the tray icon and enter your ownCloud URL address.


This is a display error and if you quit Mirall and start it again, this display error should be fixed. From the Mirall tray icon, select "Add folder", select "Choose" and select a folder that will be used as the local ownCloud sync folder (like the "Dropbox" folder for Dropbox).
To quote the Mirall announcement on the ownCloud mailing list, "PLEASE DO NOT use in production.



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