Linked by Thom Holwerda on Mon 17th Apr 2006 21:16 UTC, submitted by anonymous
Linux "If your laptop computer is a complement to your desktop machine, you're probably well aware of the need to synchronize data between the two. When you're in the middle of a big project and know you're going to be spending the afternoon in a doctor's waiting room or on an airplane, it's nice to be able to quickly transfer your project files - and maybe your email and contacts - to the laptop, then vice-versa when you return to your desk. This article will show you two ways to accomplish this on GNU/Linux-based machines."
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What about ifolder ?
by searly on Tue 18th Apr 2006 08:28 UTC
searly
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2006-02-27

What about ifolder. Havn't used it myself, but isn't that the sort of idea to always keep your machines in sync with the latest files?

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RE: What about ifolder ?
by raxtor on Tue 18th Apr 2006 11:00 in reply to "What about ifolder ?"
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2006-03-20

Yes, iFolder can keep your files in sync across multiple PCs. You can even share files with others, if you wish. See www.ifolder.com for more info.

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