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How about a network shared drive / directory? If all your devices are on the same network you can create a directory that is shared on the network. You can then edit it's permissions for certain users / groups. In the event you're not on the same network, you can try setting up a VPN (check with supervisors), and then you can access the drive / directory ...


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Try clicking on Tools -> Share document to switch to collaborating mode for the document, which should unlock it for other people (I wasn't able to find this option in my LibreOffice Writer, but it is present in Calc you say you use). More details about this option and use cases are available on LibreOffice Wiki. This guide is only for LibreOffice format ...


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Short answer, no you cannot. Longer answer: In the UK, all telephone lines were originally copper cable (wire) but fibre optic cable has replaced it in some areas. Telephone conversations are relatively low frequencies. Internet data is relatively high in frequency. In the days of dial-up connections, the telephone line could only be used for conversation ...


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What about Dropbox, OneDrive, or Google Drive? They are all nearly instant in replicating files and changes from each computer... The files can be protected on each computer using EFS so no one, nor anything, can see those files except you. To share your Desktop folder with the other computers via Dropbox: All computers: BACKUP your Desktop folder ...


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Not with your router directly. However they do make devices that are designed to create a NAS device out of connected USB drives. I have not used them, nor do I endorse any such device in particular, but just as an example, see this device: http://www.addonics.com/products/nas40esu.php I would gather it would be as simple as plugging in a couple of drives ...


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You could try something called grid computing that allows you to share computer resources over a network. There are examples of open sourced software to facilitate this, it isn't something I have personally used so I can't advise you beyond that. Depending on your requirements it maybe cheaper and easier just to rent some time on Amazon's EC2 platform.


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The problem was partially hardware and partially software misunderstanding. It seemed that my firewire adapter 4-conductor port that I was using had it's pins misplaced. I had to manually fix this using small screwdriver. But even then I got a lot of problem with it so I started using the 6-conductor one and now I got zero problems on the hardware side. The ...


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The best way is to create an IP connection over Firewire. If you do this it would be like connecting a cross-over UTP cable fromone computer to another and then you can use FTP server and clinet to transfer files or other applications that run over normal TCP/IP networks. Also Firewire is much faster than FastEthernet. Here is a tutorial about how to ...



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