WinSCP matches all your requirements.
Graphical: Yes – There are two alternative interfaces:
Feels like a Windows explorer window: Yes – One of the interfaces is explicitly designed after Windows File Explorer.
Supports drag and drop: Yes – Both between file panels and between other applications.Uploading via ...
I have used the 3 following FTP clients during the past years so here is my feedback:
WinSCP: the one that I currently use. There is a portable version, just one .exe file (and the .ini file for configuration). Don't forget to turn on the "Explorer" interface:
View > Preferences > Environment > Interface > Explorer, which is (IMHO) handier.
Benchmark: it ...
I could recommend the Lustre Filesystem. It's GPL licensed and used by Cray for their XC line of supercomputers. I have written parallel applications that heavily leveraged this particular FS across about 100 nodes; though I don't know how to set it up or configure it. Using it is just as you would expect with everything appearing just as files and ...
Off the top of my head, any one of these sounds like it might meet your requirements:
GlusterFS: GNU GPL3
MongoDB: Server Side Public License (SSPL)
InterPlanetary File System: MIT license, Apache license 2.0
The GlusterFS I usually use is set up so that each file in the special "DATA" folder is stored twice somewhere on a 3-server cluster, each one ...
edX (https://edX.org), which started by providing courses from leading universities online, has now made the platform free and open source (https://open.edx.org/about-open-edx) for any organization to host its own courses/ training modules for internal/commercial use.
You will get the required video streaming support and since you won't need to sell the ...
gparted is a linux based boot disk/boot flash program that few would consider limited.
from the site:
Perform actions with partitions such as:
create or delete
resize or move
set new UUID
copy and paste
Manipulate file systems such as:
ext2 / ext3 / ext4
fat16 / fat32
hfs / hfs+
reiserfs / reiser4
Threema would fit your requirements almost completely:
Isn't owned by Facebook, inc.: Nope. It's owned by Swiss-based Threema and has a strong focus on privacy. So it's just the opposite to those "kraken"
Is gratis to use: Using it is gratis, yes. There's just a very reasonable one-time fee for the license (less than 3 bucks). Per device that is (you can ...
WinSCP allows automatic updates to donors. So it's not "gratis". But it is possible and only $9 donation (or equivalent) is required.
FileZilla allows automatic updates to anyone (on Windows). See How to automatically update FileZilla?
http://lxinitd.tp23.org/ might fit that purpose.
It was designed it as an alternative for systemd for use in LXC containers. It has simple service management, when run as /sbin/init it reads just /etc/rc.local with a list of services.
It can be run as a user space application using a different configuration file. It only starts & restarts failed ...