Simple Project List Software Map

310 projects in result set
Última Atualização: 2011-03-07 03:51

crosspather

これは相互の互換性のためのJavaにより、リモートシステム(インターネット経由)の自分のマシンのファイルにアクセスしてダウンロードするソ​​フトウェアです。 プロキシの背後にあるコンピュータ上のディレクトリをファイルを参照してコピーする完璧に動作します。 (:あなたのオフィスでの例)。

Desenvolvimento Estado: 3 - Alpha
Destinado Audiência: End Users/Desktop
Sistema Operacional: OS Independent
Linguagem de Programação: Java
Interface de Usuário: Java SWT, Web Environment
Última Atualização: 2007-03-09 04:38

Davenport

Davenport is a Java Servlet-based application
providing WebDAV access to an entire SMB network.
This enables users to connect to Windows and Samba
shares via WebDAV clients such as Mac OS X,
Windows Web Folders, etc. or any Web browser.
Workgroups are browseable, and users are
authenticated against a domain. WebDAV clients can
upload, download, create directories, etc.
Non-WebDAV clients (i.e., "normal" Web browsers)
can also access the network of shares and download
files. When run over HTTPS, this application
provides a reasonably secure means of accessing an
internal Windows/Samba network over the Internet
without requiring a VPN.

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Última Atualização: 2002-06-19 16:16

Fm

FM is a Gtk+ file manager which aims to offer the best possible ratio between features, simplicity, and resource usage. Currently all the efforts have gone to the development of the browser. Much thought has been put into the creation of an efficient and easy-to-use interface. Several existing file managers on a variety of platforms have been used as an inspiration and lots of new and original features have been added. File operations are not yet possible, but will soon be supported through a modular interface that will allow anyone to extend and customize Fm.

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Última Atualização: 2010-12-13 13:22

Radmind

Radmind は、Unix のコマンド ライン ツールとサーバー複数の Unix マシンのファイル システムをリモートで管理するように設計のスイートです。Mac OS X 用のグラフィカル インターフェイスもあります。

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Última Atualização: 2002-06-11 18:07

TouchGraph

TouchGraph is a set of interfaces for graph visualization using spring-layout and focus+context techniques. Current applications include a utility for organizing links, a visual Wiki Browser, and a Google Graph Browser which uses the Google API.

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Última Atualização: 2001-01-30 06:12

emelFM

emelFM is a file manager that implements the popular two-pane design. It features a simple GTK+ interface, a flexible filetyping scheme, and a built-in command line for executing commands without opening an xterm.

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Última Atualização: 2003-07-25 05:06

Uncle Unc

Uncle Unc is a framework for working with trees of objects. Existing services such as filesystems, code libraries, networks, log files, mailboxes and directories can be mapped onto this object tree, as can some traditional desktop applications. User interfaces work directly with the object tree, offering best of breed interface design (e.g. filtering, breadcrumb bars, paging, sorting, and file-explorer-like views) across the full range of services. The framework promotes clean design, completeness of representation, and reusability of both front end and back end code.

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Última Atualização: 2004-09-11 06:48

webadmin.php

webadmin.php is a simple Web-based file manager. It only consists of one file and has multi-language support.

Última Atualização: 2003-09-25 14:21

DocPile

Docpile is a PHP-based document management
system that allows multiple people to share
documents and keep track of revisions. Users can
upload and download documents, grant per-file,
-user, or -folder access privileges, and send
notification emails when documents are being
updated. Administrators can create access
groups, each responsible for a different set of
folders and users.

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Última Atualização: 2011-06-18 07:37

Xffm Code Set

Xffm Code Set is a set of applications and libraries which avoid reinventing features available from the Unix command line by using
interprocess communication with command line applications. The applications are managed from the Rodent Filemanager.

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Última Atualização: 2008-12-06 21:09

phpRemoteShell

phpRemoteShell is an all-in-one Web application to
manage servers remotely. It contains a
full-featured file manager, the ability to execute
shell commands or code written for PHP, SQL, or
LDAP, a crontab manager, and a zombie manager. It
can also host itself into existing files and
auto-deploy during their execution. In case it has
been previously encrypted, it is able to
self-decrypt on the fly.

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Última Atualização: 2002-06-04 08:33

kio_fish

kio_fish is a kioslave for KDE 2 and KDE 3 that lets you view and manipulate your remote files, using just a simple shell account, and some standard Unix commands on the remote machine. You get full filesystem access without setting up a server.

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Última Atualização: 2005-08-02 00:28

OneFinger

OneFinger is a general-purpose GUI for composing
CLI commands with the mouse. Although entirely
graphical, it does not attempt to hide the underlying
CLI language. It increases your productivity over
classical hand-typing by caching commands typed into
terminals, which tend to be highly repetitive.
Repeated commands can be selected from a list,
ordered by last usage time. It includes an integrated
file browser that helps you insert filenames without
typing them. and allows you to see only those
programs that make sense with a given file.

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Última Atualização: 2004-09-21 02:28

xdiskusage

xdiskusage is a user-friendly program to show you what is using up all your disk space. It is based on the design of the "xdu" program written by Phillip C. Dykstra. Changes have been made so it runs "du" for you, and can display the free space left on the disk, and produce a PostScript version of the display.

Última Atualização: 2011-01-31 02:28

digup

digup is a console tool to update md5sum or shasum digest files. It will read existing digest files, check the current directory for new, updated, modified, renamed, or deleted files, and query the user with a summary of changes. After reviewing the updates, they can be written back to the digest file. This makes digup very useful to update and verify incremental archives like chronological data storages, which are commonly stored and backed up on hard disks. Using a full file digest scan, even slowly creeping bad blocks on old hard disks can be detected. By using a crontab entry, this check can be performed unattended and routinely.

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