This is a screen shot of JMFS (on a eComStation desktop), running in configuration mode.
This is a screen shot of JMFS (on a eComStation desktop), running in minimal mode.
If You are working with Your computers on a network, having sometimes some mashines disconnected (f.ex.: using a notebook), You need to synchronize the data between the mashines...
JMFS is doing that job for You. It does not matter what operating system You are using. One mashine might be a Linux system, one a Windows, one a eCS, ... JMFS will run on all systems -- because it is JAVA -- and can handle different file/directory structures as well.
Once defined, all files (except those You want to exclude)
from different directories are syncronized.
F.ex.: Your datebook on a Windows system
will be updated from Your Linux
when both mashines are on the network...
You will always have the latest files on all mashines.
Attention: This program is still in beta phase. Errors may occur (please report).
Are You still interested? Ok, go to the download page.
last edited 2002-12-29