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NetDrive is free for home use and fulfills all your requirements. See its review in lifehacker. Features: Mounts remote storage as a local hard disk on your PC Data transfer by drag and drop files in windows explorer Able to run files (video, audio and any other .exe files) Mounts drive automatically when Windows starts. Operating System : Windows 2000, ...


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JFYI: we have made SFTP Net Drive free application available. It lets you mount the remote SFTP folder as a local disk with a drive letter.


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Check the man page for --size-only because most webdav implementation do not accept setting modification time --no-whole-file to tell rsync its handling a remote filesystem --inplace having rsync replacing files directly, instead of uploading an then replacing Btw, I am using another encfs layer to encrypt files on the webdav, and I am quite happy with ...


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davbox might do what you are looking for: http://www.pincette.biz/davbox/index.xhtml Regards, Dieter


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ExpanDrive will let you do this. It has a 30-day trial, but requires a purchase ($39.95) after the 30 days.


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The short answer is: you can't get disk size with WebDAV. From Microsoft's KB article 2386902: WebDav mapped drive reports incorrect drive capacity: Research on WebDAV protocol RFCs and verification from Microsoft's product team confirmed WebDAV protocol doesn’t support querying server’s disk capacity. With this constrain of WebDAV protocol, Windows ...


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Try http://owncloud.org/ It is server but it has also windows/mac/android client programs http://owncloud.org/sync-clients/ that works absolutely the same way as dropbox.


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Teamdrive claims to "upload and sync local files with any standard WebDAV server", though I didn't test it. http://www.teamdrive.com/TeamDrive_as_a_secure_WebDAV_client.html


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Here is a quickly hacked shell script that permits to do that by using cadaver: #!/bin/sh usage () { echo "$0 <src> <cadaver-args>*" >/dev/stderr; } error () { echo "$1" >/dev/stderr; usage; exit 1; } test $# '<' 3 || \ error "Source and cadaver arguments expected!"; src="$1"; shift; test -r "$src" || \ error "Source argument ...


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Smooth Sailing with WebDAV - Microsoft Clients and Apache Servers By default, Windows 7 and beyond will only deal with WebDAV over secure sockets (SSL). The easy way out is to obtain and install an SSL certificate on your server. After than, your server side configuration might look like this: Alias /webdav /var/www/webdav <Directory ...


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to download the subversion-1.8.0 and subversion-1.8.9 http://archive.apache.org/dist/subversion/ Then unzip it. to setup compiler environment cd /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Toolchains/ ln -s XcodeDefault.xctoolchain OSX10.9.xctoolchain to build serf (http client module) for svn As @Ben Reser mentioned: Subversion no longer supports ...


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I have been looking for a while, but I didn't find anything like dropbox: Several projects I took a look: http://alan.petitepomme.net/unison/index.html http://www.re.be/webdav_sync/1_0_3/manual.xhtml Syncany is another interesting (yet inmature) project.


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Try gnomevfs-copy: CLI Magic: Using GNOMEvfs to manipulate files man page tells you gnomevfs is deprecated in favor of gvfs gvfs-copy man page. Beware: "The exit value 0 is returned regardless of success or failure." Edit: gvfs-copy is not recursive. I patched it but yet havi to publish the code. In the meantime, check dave from perldav. It does ...


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iSCSI will expose a file or disk partition as a block device to a remote system. If your remote host supports iSCSI or can run an iSCSI server (iet on Linux, not sure what options are there for Windows) then this would work. (Just a note: I have used the combination of the iSCSI server [aka "target"] running on Linux and the iSCSI client [aka ...


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Yes, there is DAV explorer, it is coded in java so you need the JVM on the systems. Also there's an online one(it's java too), not sure about it's trustability.


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Looking in Ubuntu, there doesn't seem to be an option to edit the fancy stuff, just the server and the name used in the menu (there is an "edit bookmark" entry in the bookmark menu, but I'm sure that you found that). The actual details are stored in a text file ~/.gtk-bookmarks, so it should be reasonably easy to edit the file. Perhaps you would like to ...


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A simple method to monitor these files is to use the command line... tail <logfilename here> If you continue to run tail against the file, it will show you the newest entries whenever they appear. Load cygwin if you are trying to do this on a windows box. Now if you want a tool to analyze these files I recommend using something like Splunk or ...


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Well there's Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010 express which is a free web editing tool, the successor to front page = http://www.microsoft.com/express/Web/ Or you can try Net Drive = http://www.netdrive.net/ - which turns the web dav into a networked HD in your explorer.


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CmisSync There is no convenient such tool right now, so I started developing CmisSync. It will keep a local folder synchronized with your files in the CMIS repository. It allows you to browse your CMIS documents offline. It is not finished yet. Open Source. UPDATE: CmisSync is now ready for production use. Adobe Drive If you don't need offline access, ...


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mkdir /volumes/web_dav/ mount_webdav -s -i https://<web_dav_domain_name:port>/ /volumes/web_dav/ rsync -rvz /your_directory/ /volumes/web_dav/ umount /volumes/web_dav/


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WebDav-sync is a java program designed for this purpose. http://www.re.be/webdav_sync/index.xhtml


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Yes, the default Android calendar application is heavily tied into Google services. To my knowledge there is no way to use other providers with it. But I might be mistaken. Either way, there are a myriad of calendar applications for Android. Maybe you'll find something more suited for your requirements.


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It probably just outputs it to stderr. Look in ~/.xsession-errors.


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When working remotely, you will need to inverse the upload/download numbers as that is what you will experience outside of your house. So, with a 25Mbps download speed and a 15Mbps upload speed, when working remotely, the fastest you can upload files to your server would be 25Mbps and the fastest that you can download from your server is 15Mbps. If the ...


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If you browse another folder once and click OK, this is saved for next time. But if you want to link to WebDAV documents again, next time you return to create a link, you will have this problem again.


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Windows Explorer Address Bar supports URI's in the following format: \\server@SSL@port\DavWWWRoot\path\ Leave off the @SSL if you are not using SSL/HTTPS. Leave off the @port part unless you are using a non-default port, example: \\server@233\DavWWWRoot\path\ to not use SSL and use non-default port 233. So... Click Start menu... Click Documents... ...


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Windows has built-in support for WebDAV. Computer - Map Network Drive Network - Add Network Place net use \\server\path


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OS X Finder requires a WebDAV server that supports WebDAV Class 2 locking. The windows WebDAV only supports WebDAV Class 1. Use another product such as BarracudaDrive that supports WebDAV Class 2. http://barracudaserver.com/products/BarracudaDrive/


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Here's couple of non-perfect solutions. First Depending on the nature of files, number of changes etc. you might be able to hack it with Subversion backend (apache+mod_svn). Subversion http transport conforms to webdav so you can use it as a webdav share. What I have setup for non svn aware clients is webdav on svn with autocommit (this is your android). ...


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Take a look at http://www.goodsync.com/ it does provide real-time synchronization and multiple protocos, WebDAV included.



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