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WinSCP matches all your requirements. Graphical: Yes – There are two alternative interfaces: Commander interface: Explorer interface: 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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 check label set new UUID copy and paste Manipulate file systems such as: btrfs ext2 / ext3 / ext4 fat16 / fat32 hfs / hfs+ linux-swap lvm2 pv nilfs2 ntfs reiserfs / reiser4 udf ufs ...


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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 ...


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Cyberduck has automatic updates (using Sparkle).


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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?


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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 ...


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