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You can use HFS (HTTP File Server) to send and receive files.
Its different from classic file sharing because it uses web technology to be more compatible with todays Internet.
It also differs from classic web servers because
its very easy to use and runs "right out-of-the box".
Access your remote files, over the network.
It has been successfully tested with Wine under Linux.
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dynamic-dns file-sharing file-transfer portable virtual-filesystem
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Free, fully functional, great program. But UI looks old
Easy, minimal, powerful enough, portable, and extendable. Good program for sharing files over the Web.
Doesn't support unicode path/file names. Had to try it to find out since the FAQ doesn't mention it. :/
I've been looking for a server that I could run without hours of setup. FTP was a pain. I was all ready to fight it out with Apache when I found this. It honestly couldn't be simpler. Just add some files, set up a user account, and away it goes. It's so tiny that it can run all the time and never affect anything. It even works as a portable app. I can't believe how simple and functional it is. If you've ever given up on setting up a server, this is for you. It's so easy even a non-techie can share files in minutes.
I changed the licence to open source, because HFS is released under the GPL