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Simple file transfer

Given two Linux boxes on a LAN, what's the simplest way to transfer files between them?
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How to share files between Linux and Windows?

I am wondering, is there any way to easily share a folder between Linux and Windows?
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How to setup a “data” partition shared by multiple Linux OS'es?

Currently I have a NTFS partition that contains shared data. My rationale is, NTFS doesn't have any idea about file permissions, so I won't have any trouble using them in a multi-boot system ...
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Which filesystem to use for a partition shared with a parallel windows instalation?

On my new PC I want to install both Linux and Windows, each on their own rather small partition, and put the big rest of the 1 TB HDD in a further partition (plus swap). Which filesystem should I use? ...
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Permissions issues for shared directory on a server

The setup is we have a VPS running Debian Squeeze, and I've set up a shared directory for us to share files. So far I've followed this guide: ...
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socat reliable file transfer over TCP

I am aware of disadvantages of "wait->stop" design, that usually is proposed with netcat: server$ cat test.dat | nc -q 10 -l -p 7878 client$ nc -w 10 remotehost 7878 > out.dat (It's not reliable ...
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Network file-sharing between Linux and Android

I want to share the contents of my external HDD with my Android phone. For the last two hours, I've been trying to correctly set up Samba - it was absolutely horrible. There must be another, simpler ...
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Light-weight alternative to Apache

In my set-up, I run (as root) ln -s ~/share /var/www. By doing this, anyone on the local network will access the ~/share directory by pointing their browsers at http://hostname/share. I use apache, ...
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How do I access my Windows administrative share from Linux?

I have a Windows computer on 192.168.0.103 and I want to access the c$ administrative share from a Linux computer which has 192.168.0.110 to exchange some files. From another Windows computer on the ...
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Linux - Windows 8 - Samba - Can see dir and contents but not create

have the following setup Raspberry pi with samba installed and running Windows 8 machine that can see the samba share, access the proper DIR, see all contents In the smb.conf file, at the base of ...