Prikladam seznam linux (nikoli web-browser) kompatibilnich cloud sluzeb:
Cloudways | Plans & Pricing
completely ***managed*** OwnCloud solution. They install and manage OwnCloud for you. The plan is called "Click & Go".
30GB $131/yr hosted on greenqloud
10GB $180/yr hosted on Rackspace
Other pricing options available, including Linode-based hosting. But prices have not yet been updated to reflect Linode's recent price reductions.
ownCloud.org | Your Cloud, Your Data, Your Way!
Here's is one of the free providers:
OwnDrive - Free Online Storage
1GB FREE for life! No Lock In, Credit Card or Payment Required!
Bitcasa Infinite Drive Pricing | Your External Hard Drive in the Cloud
Linux alpha client available for Ubuntu 12.04+
Infinite storage / backup
Infinite file version history
Chat & email support*
Keep your data safe
Mega (The Privacy Company)
Browswer based, works well with Chrome and Chromium on Linux (I have not tested this claim)
(Maybe this one doesn't belong on the list, but I'm leaving it here because of the 50GB free plan.)
["Copy has first class Linux support"](http://www.reddit.com/r/Ubuntu/comments/1fxk32/sign_this_petition_to_make_google_drive_available/)
Wuala - Secure Cloud Storage - Backup. Sync. Share. Access Everywhere.
solid Linux support: http://www.wuala.com/en/download/linux
solid Linux support (.deb, rpm, source) https://www.dropbox.com/install2
"Packrat" unlimited undo history+$39.00/year
if a Free Account is inactive for ninety (90) days, then Dropbox may delete any or all of Your Files without providing additional notice.
SpiderOak.com | Personal Pricing
was one of the first to support Linux (back in March 2008 I think)
Seafile - File Syncing and Collaboration for Teams
mentioned in the comments
100GB $120/yr ($10/mo) includes group/team features.
The java applet works on Linux, but it has limited functionality.
Box has no Linux client, but it does have a little-advertised feature of supporting WebDAV. You can mount it with davfs and use rsync to that mount to achieve syncing. http://xmodulo.com/2013/02/how-to-mount-box-com-cloud-storage-on-linux.html ~ zman0900
50GB $0/yr through Google Nexus 4 phone
but still has the 250MB per file limit
50GB $240/yr ($20/mo) with fewer restrictions on sizes compared to free plan
Cloud Files Pricing - Online Storage & CDN Media Delivery
powered by OpenStack; you can mount the storage in Linux using CloudFuse (http://www.rackspace.com/knowledge_center/article/mounting-rackspace-cloud-files-to-linux-using-cloudfuse)
pay as you grow
100 GB $120/yr ($10/mo) + bandwidth (3GB is only $0.36/mo)
Others to consider:
rSyncIT FTP Backup Solution | FTP Backup | Rsync Online Backup | WebDav Backup | Powered by XZ Backup
It is advertised as a backup solution, but if you check the features you'll see that it looks very flexible. For example, your account is accessible via SSH. They also offer HTTP/WebDav file access and much more.
no free plans
$10GB $48/yr ($4/mo)
$100GB $300/yr ($25/mo)
Tarsnap - Online backups for the truly paranoid
Tarsnap has no fixed or minimum monthly fees! Tarsnap is billed only based on actual usage — if you only store a small amount of data, a $5 payment might last you for years.
Tarsnap works on a prepaid model based on actual usage.
Storage: 300 picodollars / byte-month ($0.30 / GB-month)
Bandwidth: 300 picodollars / byte ($0.30 / GB)
Cyphertite | Online backup
It has an open source Linux client with client side encryption. ~ norxh
Not promoted as cloud storage and I'm not sure if it would be suitable as such.
Unlimited $120/yr ($10/mo)
Not really cloud storage -- just syncs between devices. If a file is deleted on one device, it is deleted on the others.
CloudAround Music Player - Android Apps on Google Play $2.00
Stream music from the cloud
Sugar Sync - Plans and Pricing
I don't see a Linux client at all (only Win and Mac and mobile)