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iFolder Open Source NEWBIE Question

I am very interested in the Open Source version of iFolder. I've been
looking through the site trying to find all the necessary pieces to
build and test box and try it out. While I can find the iFolder source
code, have they released install packages for the 3.4 clients yet? I
have a Mac and WinXP environment and I only see a Linux 3.4 client
build.

If there isn't a package yet for OS X or WinXP clients, is there a
"cookbook" that outlines what you need to build the clients? Or,
better yet, if there are client packages can you point me to them?

I'm a newbie with iFolder and I'd like to give it a try if I can find
all the pieces to build the server and get clients connected to it.

Any help/advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thx!

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Re: iFolder Open Source NEWBIE Question

In article <1174534081.187126.25320@l75g2000hse.googlegroups.com>,
Swu30@hotmail.com wrote:
> While I can find the iFolder source
> code, have they released install packages for the 3.4 clients yet?
>

Try here:

http://forgeftp.novell.com/ifolder/client/3.4/20060616-0101/

I don't know why they don't bring these forward into the 'current'
directory, but they do appear to be the most recent installation builds
for Win and Mac clients.

bd
NSC Volunteer SysOp


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