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    Sharing Files

    What is a quick way to share small files (configuration files, sourcecodes, text files,...) across different OS'es, like Linux, Windows and FreeBSD?

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    Re: Sharing Files

    But I would have to install it on all the machines, right? I was thinking of a way without installing, like via the web. I admit doing it via e-mail once

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    Re: Sharing Files

    Windows only requires file and printer sharing enabled.

    BSD is basically a whole new ball game.

    If you must go outside your Lan via web https://www.google.com/intl/en_US/dr...tml?authuser=0

    edit: https://chrome.google.com/webstore/s...hrome-ntp-icon
    Last edited by inobe; October 7th, 2012 at 09:57 PM.

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    Re: Sharing Files

    Thanks dude, Google Drive seems to be what I wanted. I cannot believe I forgot about it

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    Re: Sharing Files

    I initially thought you had bandwidth limitations there.

    But yes, your welcome.

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