How do I file my oversize magazine tears? [more inside]
I need web access to a directory of files, so a web based file manager or ftp client. But unix file permissions need to be followed, so file ownership needs to be retained and obeyed (login, password, move/copy/delete). Additionally, most of the files are jpgs and I'd like for there to be a thumbnail icons view as well as filenames. Anything? [more inside]
On a Windows share with a complex file tree, is there any way to lock down the tree so that folders can be added by all, but the directory structure itself can't be changed? [more inside]
I need to offer a 2MB file for download, but I can't afford to pay for the bandwidth. We're talking up to 100,000 individual downloads. What are my options? [more inside]
Was sent an "untyped binary data" file with no extension. It's audio. Using a Mac, I've tried adding the .mp3, .aac, .wav extensions, and it won't open. What now? [more inside]
Does anyone know of a (Windows) program that can watch and folder and perform actions based on what files appear in said folder? [more inside]
Need a dresser sized like a lateral file cabinet, or a lateral file cabinet that looks like a dresser
FurnitureFilter: I need to replace a busted chest of drawers, and am having trouble finding what I want. I'm looking for DEEP drawers; either a 3-4 drawer lateral file cabinet that looks like a dresser, or a dresser with drawers like a lateral file cabinet. [more inside]
I lost a big file in a cut-and-paste snafu. Help! [more inside]
A few years ago I came across an alternative to Windows Explorer that let you browse the contents of your drives by disk space used. The display was a kind of Mondrian grid, with the files and folders taking up the most disk space having the largest area on the display. Can anyone point me to this utility (or something similar)?
I have a three person Mac OS X office where we need to have remote access to about 4GB of files. I have looked around extensively for a solution and so far have not found an acceptable one. We have tried to use Back to my Mac and Apple Remote Desktop but the other two users are not that technically adept and it seem too complicated for them. Out problem is further complicated by the fact that we sometimes access the same files, so we can have version problems as well. Back to my Mac has never worked period. Could I use Amazon S3 storage? And manage with Subversion or Git? Are there reasonable clients for Subversion and Git. Drobo with network card seem over the top and too costly. Having the files on the cloud would be a perfect solution, however a local solution that could be accessed from anywhere will work as well. To further complicate we are thinking of having one person access via PC.
How do I transparently share files from a Windows Server 2008 box to several XP computers? I want it to stop asking for a username and password when people try to access files. Also, can anyone point me in the right direction to solving this weird network issue I've been having? [more inside]
How can we transfer valuable files from an ancient Macintosh to our Windows PC? [more inside]
I'm in need of a spiffy PHP file upload script. For great justice. [more inside]
I would like to use .htaccess to pull out a specific part of a filename and display it in the "Description" column of a file directory on an apache web server. [more inside]
Is there some way to bulk rename files from kanji/kana to romaji? Or any other solution to keep some of the Japanese file name while only using ASCII characters? [more inside]
I'm trying to disassemble an undocumented, proprietary binary image format. I'm looking for the best tools and tutorials available. [more inside]
Holy Grail of web-based file management needed for girlfriend's non-profit ... so far, no luck. [more inside]
How can I share a single file or folder on my Mac? I am always connected to the internet, have seen what gazillions of "upload first" file sharing websites and services can do (MobileMe, Pando, YouSendIt, etc.), but it seems to me there should be a way to right click on a file, choose "share & email link," write & send that email and be *done* with it. My recipient can then download said file straight off my machine. Does anyone know of any solutions which are even close? Thanks!
I need suggestions for a web based file management solution [more inside]
File recovery woes. OpenOffice Writer doc, no backup... [more inside]
I need to send files to a print shop in tiff format. I know I've done it before, but can't seem to figure it out now: How do you convert a MS Publisher file to tiff format? [more inside]
I need to send files (photography, some in archives) to a few people on the internet. I just want to share images quickly, without using something like AIM or email. (Currently trying Pidgin, it keeps crapping out.) What are my options? [more inside]
Putting together a course on the history of music as property; I have a lot of the course figured out, but am looking for really well documented and interesting case studies or chronicles of disputes over the ownership of music. [more inside]
is there a way to combine a set of Word documents into one large file without cutting and pasting? I am using Office 2007 and I have a folder of about 20 files, all of which are lists of references. I need to have them all on one document. Is there a quick or easy way of doing this?
How do I open a ".tar.tgz" file? That's all one long extension. [more inside]
Why would I be able to connect to other Windows computers in a workgroup via IP, but not by NetBIOS name? [more inside]
Should-be-simple Linux timestamped file parsing question. [more inside]
Is there any easy way to upload a file to one's personal server space and embed it into a Google Calendar event in a user-friendly manner at the same time? [more inside]
Reliable paid file-hosting service that allows hotlinking and has a neutral, professional domain name? [more inside]
How do I copy a large number of files in Windows XP without changing the date created/modified? [more inside]
How can I save my digicam pics (retrieved from various old CDs and DVDs) and not spend weeks on it? Currently many of them crash (Windows) Explorer. [more inside]
Old-school, non-WYSIWYG web-based file editor apps. Do they still exist? [more inside]
windowsbatchfile: Can someone give me the command/script for a simple batch file that will take a file from location A, copy it to location b, then add the current date to the name of the file> Thanks in advance!!!
What Mac program would I have been likely to use to write the references section of a scientific paper in 1993 or 1994? I have the file, and I want to open it or convert it. (file link inside...) [more inside]
How do you say the commonly used phrase "raison d’etre"? Anybody have a sound file I could listen to?
how do I play .VOC files from my old RCA digital recorder on my MacBook? [more inside]
There is a file that I want to upload somewhere so that an infinite number of people can download it for free and without having to first sign up/become a member of anything. There should be no download limit and no expiration date. The file in question is less than 1mb in size, and is completely legal. Any suggestions?
I'm using the 'make' utility on a Linux system. Is there a way in a Makefile to set all the intermediate files as PRECIOUS without having to list them individually?
What's the best way to transfer files from a Tiger MacBook to a Leopard MacBook Pro? I'm looking for easy, straightforward with minimal or no need to buy a peripheral (like a backup drive) or extra software I don't need for other than this project. I'm just looking for file transfer advice, not cloning or transferring software. I've found this advice online, but don't know how current or useful it is. I've also read about Migration Assistant but don't know if it's my best option or not...and what type of cable would I need? Thanks in advance for your help!
I have two old pc's and two things to do with them, but I don't know which machine is best suited for which task. [more inside]
Railsfilter: I need to write an addition to an already-existing Rails app to allow it to accept large files (and some trivial metadata) uploaded from a Processing (Java) client I've written. The Rails app already supports this behavior via a web interface. I can see a few of the trees, how do I fit them into the forest and get a pair of working apps? [more inside]
Any software out there that can match files from a folder based on a list of keywords, and move the matches to another folder? [more inside]
Help me reduce the file size for Adobe ImageReady CS animated gif. [more inside]
What is the lightest, meanest, most-secure image of Windows XP Corporate I can install onto my MacBook Pro that will allow me to use Corporate MS Exchange Email, Visio, and IE-only intranet? [more inside]
Is there such thing as a stand-alone editor for browser bookmarks files? Mine are large and unwieldy with many sub- and sub-sub-folders, they're on several different machines, and it's becoming painful keeping them synced up. [more inside]
Software filter: looking for a free program to rename lots of image files... [more inside]
Does Windows create temp files on the local disc when copying a large file from an external drive to a network share? [more inside]
Tell me about your personal filing system. How you organize your file cabinets, that is. [more inside]
Does anyone know of a company that makes a single file drawer? I mean in metal (or some other sturdy material, ie. hard plastic) like a file cabinet but with only one drawer. I found this, but this is carboard, so not good for my purposes, but the form is perfect. I've searched and searched on the internet and I can't find anything, but it seems like something that should exist. Can anyone help?
I have what appears to be a word file (no file extension) that was generated on a mac and sent to me via email. I am trying to open it up on a Windows box with Office XP but there appears to be a problem with Office recognizing the file encoding. Is there an easy fix using the PC (no access to a mac) that can be done pretty quickly?