where is the note directory?

Asked by zack dows on 2012-10-28

Hi I am just wondering where the note directory is? The reason I am asking is because I am trying to set up a local sync for tomdroid, over ftp, and I am trying to use freefilesync but there are issues with using storage/sdcard0/tomdroid as the directory I am syncing with, I believe because of the date being modified when it is synced with that directory on android. It would be great if there could be a feature for a local sync of tomboy as I believe that I am probably not alone in not wanting my private notes hosted on the internet, and this would be a much easier than having some kind of encryption system to tackle the same issue.

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2012-10-29
Stefan Hammer (j-4) said : #1

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If you want note-encryption on the client side, please use
PrivateNotes (addin for Tomboy and Tomdroid fork on the Play store)
However, we will discuss this issue with the Tomboy guys and will try
to get this done at some point!
Greetings,
Stefan

On 10/28/2012 06:46 PM, zack dows wrote:
> New question #212581 on Tomdroid:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/tomdroid/+question/212581
>
> Hi I am just wondering where the note directory is? The reason I
> am asking is because I am trying to set up a local sync for
> tomdroid, over ftp, and I am trying to use freefilesync but there
> are issues with using storage/sdcard0/tomdroid as the directory I
> am syncing with, I believe because of the date being modified when
> it is synced with that directory on android. It would be great if
> there could be a feature for a local sync of tomboy as I believe
> that I am probably not alone in not wanting my private notes hosted
> on the internet, and this would be a much easier than having some
> kind of encryption system to tackle the same issue.
>

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