In any case, I just spent a while trying to get Dropbox installed but it really was not working well. First off, Dropbox is not in the default MeeGo repository, or even the Fedora repo that I added (although it's highly possible that I added it wrong). Secondly, even after getting the RPM, I still had to dive into the Command line to install it for some strange reason.
In any case, YUM or no YUM, I finally got Dropbox installed and it even showed up on my Applications menu. Only problem: I could never get it configured. Whenever I'd start it, Dropbox would run me through the setup where I would enter my e-mail and password and such, but then when I got to the point where I can move my Dropbox location, it just exits when I try to browse to a place on the disk. So I finally just left it in my Home directory (which would never work for me, since I'm still on my 4GB drive). So it starts syncing, and I guess it really does work....except for the fact that I have no way of knowing if it's actually running. Since there's no tray, I can't tell if Dropbox is started, is having problems, or most importantly, I can't configure where my folder is.
I guess the workaround would be to create a softlink to the folder, but just the whole idea of Dropbox running solely as a service kind of irks me, so I may wait until Dropbox or MeeGo create a fix, which I've already heard talked about.
Talking about nothing,