Originally Posted by Odyssey1942
Great looking program! And VERY pricey!
Sorry for the oversight over prising.
For your requirement btw windows/linux a solution of using FTP
could work, you can make either windows machine or linux a linux server and if not even SSH
also a good choice.
For client application you can use Filezilla
which is freeware and have many facilities.
But because of the limitations of FTP, FileZilla can only look at two things: file size and file date. Date is preferred, but you must enable Preserve timestamps from the Transfer menu. You can then transfer the files once to make sure the times are correct. Now you can enable directory comparison on the View menu.
Other clients support non-RFC compliant extensions like XCRC, XMD5, and XSHA which can hash files to see if they're identical and such clients can do true directory synchronization. However, it's not RFC compliant and so will not be implemented into FileZilla.
For them you still will need some FTP Client/Server solution from some proprietary vendor
Hope this heps this time
One more solution to fulfill NAS needs could be by making some linux system space as your storage with filesystems either ext3
and further can be exported via NFS and from windows side you can use SFU
(Service For Unix) client for using that NFS share as a maped drive in windows.