> Dear Geekdom,
>> I have innumerable files scattered over four or five computers,
> and I would like to work out which are the same,
> and organise them in some rational way.
> Is there a Great Robotic Organizer program that will do this?
>> In connection with this,.
> is there any way when I delete a file on one computer
> of saying "and delete this file anywhere on any computer on the system"?
>> Of course, what would be perfection would be if there were a program
> (written in Python, I'm sure)
> which would rate all files on a rubbish-to-vital scale,
> perhaps giving each file a rating of 0 (Windows 98 upgrade)
> to 10 (tomorrow's Ryanair ticket).
Well I've ben drinking all aternoon at the kids school BBQ, so a pich of
salt may be required.
But you are looking at something along the lines of NIS and NFS.
So a sinlgle login would access the same filesystem and therefore the same
files. NIS is a bit antiquated these days, but if its for your own
personal stuff on your internal lan/han then why not?
> Timothy Murphy
> e-mail (<80k only): tim /at/ birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie
> tel: +353-86-2336090, +353-1-2842366
> s-mail: School of Mathematics, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Ireland
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