giver

Simple file sharing desktop application
  http://code.google.com/p/giver/
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Other people running giver on your network are automatically discovered and you can send files to them by simply dragging the file to their photo or icon shown in giver.
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5
rajin 2 years ago

looks like a great idea bt it can not be found in repo.....why??

4
Cuthbert 8 years ago

Funny and handy little tool.

3
tridentowner 9 years ago

It seems that Giver cannot be installed with Maya. Why?

4
kip- 9 years ago

can be extremely handy, but samba or ftp ...much better

5
sebibob 9 years ago

Wenn nur alles so einfach wäre.

2
lben 9 years ago

demasiado basico, cumple su funcion pero de archivo en archivo, no funciona el compartir carpetas. Necesita una actualizacion urgente.

1
JarlArntzen 9 years ago

Same as wtlhk...I can see the other PCs (also running Mint) but can not send any file or folder...If Giver actually did work I'm sure it would have been awesome.

3
Anleoje 9 years ago

Habrá que probarlo, aún no he tenido la oportunidad de usarlo con otros PCs ;)

1
wtlhk 10 years ago

Never succeed ever sending one file to any of my PCs

4
Squirrel 10 years ago

It's quick and easy, but you cannot send folders. Also, it does not give you any feedback if you drag something to it that it cannot send.

3
blueXrider 10 years ago

didnt like it

2
Germmare 10 years ago

i dont use it ...

5
sigurd1701 10 years ago

almost perfect. should have a different (choosable) destination than the desktop!

1
galen 10 years ago

problematic, not working for LM9XFCE, no support

1
Inoki 10 years ago

Would have great potential due to an easy to use and understandable interface, but unfortunately doesn't work at all and I haven't seen a single update for it.

2
nikhilsinha 10 years ago

It should be having atleast chat along with file sharing support.

4
chash27 10 years ago

good utility for file sharing among small network.

2
ozgur 10 years ago

good for small networks

4
farnaby 10 years ago

Handy tool especially for small networks.

5
guismo 10 years ago

Simple and great. I wish I noticed it before I spent days setting up the network