an ethernet-based file system for DOS
EtherDFS is an 'installable filesystem' TSR for DOS. It maps a drive from a remote computer (typically Linux-based) to a local drive letter, using raw ethernet frames to communicate. For years, I was using LapLink to transfer files between my various "retro" computers. It works, yes, but it's also annoyingly slow and requires constant attention. One day I thought, "Wouldn't it be amazing if all my PCs could share a common network drive, similarly to how NFS operates in the *nix world?". This day EtherDFS was born. I clearly didn't invent anything - the concept has been around almost as long as the first IBM PC, and several commercial products addressed that need in the past. I am not aware, however, of any free and open-source solution.
A messaging system designed for home use Created by: Chad Dunn
The LanChat Messenger is a series of batch files that interatct together to form a system in which you can communicate with other machines on your network as long as the machine can map a network drive, execute batch files, and change files and folders. The Lanchat Messenger was inspired from another work of messaging, it was extremely simple and easy to use. My messenger works towards the same goals with the advantage of customizable features and adaptable windows.
Filemgr a BBS file & .tic tosser
Filemgr a BBS file & .tic tosser for Sysops. Currently written in Turbo Pascal and some assembler under Msdos/Windows & Linux in a Dos Box.
Common Hardware Recovery Solutions by Ukrainian-Russian network from http://hardw.net/forum
A fully automated MUTE Network P2P client made to run 24/7 unattended. Take a nap while it does the work! Supply a list of keywords and it will download overnight, also sharing whatever it gets. Napshare mute p2p file share peer anonymous
Utility to test and create .sfv and test .par on Unix and Windows. Easy scripting. Also Handy in dos environment. Recursive directories handling. Tested files database.