GDrive (or ?) for sharing ROMs etc
I searched around, but couldn't find much on this subject. I need some advice.
I'd like to share ROMs: original/stock dumps, cooked by me, cooked by others. I thought this was a no brainer, and I'd use DevHost. But then, I saw you were limited to 512MB. I can imagine times a file might get over a GB. Then I thought of my use case, I'd like to sync a directory structure up.
I use Linux usually (with throw away Windows VMs). Native GDrive support isn't so great on Linux, but I can upload a directory structure through Chrome or an applet. Which solves the directory structure issue. They don't have limits that I know of on file sizes. But then, I'm a bit worried about Google deleting files or deleting my account because of some copyrighted bits. Logos? Drivers?
- upload (or sync up) a directory structure that I can control easily offline
- large files, maybe 1GB
- enough room, 15GB seems like enough for now
- not to get my Google account deleted
- not to get sued because of some bits in a rom
I'm offline quite a bit or on a data plan, so a constant sync isn't an advantage. And my main machine is a laptop with a (small) SSD so I'd rather not have a bunch of cached files filling that up too.
Advice on GDrive, DropBox, DevHost, others? Have people out there got their Google accounts clobbered?