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Four Unorthodox Ways to Transfer Files


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Transferring files between computers has become a trivial task. Web, FTPs or SSH servers are common in nowadays computers. However, sometimes those standard services are not right there and you need to fallback to more basic transfer solutions which, anyway, are a lot cooler than an FTP or SSH server.

Let's introduce 4 unorthodox (and cool) ways to transfer files in case you are in a emergency. I had used all of them in some special situations, so I will give some examples on situations where they had been useful for me.

Control picoFlamingo (and other stuff) from your Android Phone

Yes, thanks to NetKitty and the S2 Bluetooth Terminal, I can send commands to picoFlamingo directly from my G1 phone. In principle the BT Chat example available from the Android SDK should also work, but, at this point, I'm stuck with Android 1.5 on my G1 and the RFComm Bluetooth sockets are not available on that version.

NetKitty in Savannah

We have registered NetKitty in Savannah in order to make more easy the distribution of new releases and keep the sources under git.

For now we are just using the FTP and the git repository... maybe the mailing list will be interesting in the future

NetKitty successful tales

Yes, believe it or not, that small program has been one of the most useful applications I've ever used. I will tell you about the latest situations I used NetKitty (version 1.7-RSO :), and how it helped.

First picoFlamingo Component. NetKitty for beagleboard

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NetKitty 1.4 with Papermint Designs Logo

NetKitty 1.4 has just been released with new and exciting features (BlueTooth support, shell mode, etc...). This cute tool features a nice logo created by the Papermint Designs Team.

Thanks a lot for this great work!

dmartin

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