# apt-get install fuse encfsInstall a cloud service(copy.com used here)(assuming ~/bin is in your path and running on a 64bits machine)
PATH=$PATH:/home/test/binDownload and install the copy client for linux
$ wget https://copy.com/install/linux/Copy.tgz $ mkdir ~/bin/copy; tar -xf Copy.tgz -C ~/bin/copy $ ln -s ~/bin/copy/x86_64/CopyConsole ~/bin/CopyConsole
Make sure your user is in the fuse group and setup the encfs share by doing this:
$ mkdir ~/.copy.encr ~/copy $ encfs ~/.copy.encr ~/copyWhen they ask use option p for paranoia and pick a password.
$ CopyConsole -u=the_mail_you_signed_up_with -r=/home/your_linux_username/.copy.encr -p=the_password_you_signed_up_withThis creates a setup that does this automatically in the future
if ! mountpoint -q ~/copy; then encfs ~/.copy.encr ~/copy fi if ! pidof CopyConsole >> /dev/null; then CopyConsole -daemon 2>&1 1>/dev/null fiCongratulations your setup is working.
This could work with any cloud service, just mount the folder it wil sync first with encfs