On Sun, 12 Jun 2005 15:33:29 +0100, Timothy Murphy
<tim at birdsnest.maths.tcd.ie> wrote:
> 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).
This may help you http://www.iol.ie/~padraiga/fslint/ I'd say that if you
mount the directories of your distributed computers on one box and run
fslint, it will find the duplicates for you. Have not used the app for
some time now, but have used it in the past for something similar.
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