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Setting up iFolder to Share Files September 10, 2005

Posted by Carthik in guides, servers, ubuntu.
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iFolder is a neat little innovation from the folks at Novell which helps you to share files easily. The blurb from their website explains it best:

iFolder is a file sharing application for Linux, Windows, and Mac.

Using iFolder workgroup sharing features, you can easily:
* Share files across multiple computers
* Share files with other users within your local area network

Used with an iFolder Enterprise Server, you can:
* Maintain a backup of your files on a server
* Share files with other users and computers
* Restore deleted files from backup

I can see you itching to try it out already :) So Seb Payne has written up detailed instructions to get an iFolder Server, and the iFolder Clients going.

Comments»

1. Tom Hoffman - April 12, 2006

Hm… the instructions appear to be gone now.

2. Kingdon Barrett - October 9, 2007

Bummer. Updated instructions are available on the Ubuntu Wiki, or the website I’ve linked above. Testing for correct operation now, it won’t be very long.

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5. seks izle - September 29, 2010

Bummer. Updated instructions are available on the Ubuntu Wiki, or the website I’ve linked above. Testing for correct operation now, it won’t be very long.


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