EPittance is an integrated file sharing solution for the GNOME Desktop. It uses WebDAV and Rendezvous, via Howl, to allow users to share
files in a local network, with almost zero configuration. Assuming a working installation of
Howl, and GNOME 2.8, you need only install gnome-icon-theme 2.9.0, and epittance, and
restart nautilus. Then you just go to the properties of a folder, and enable sharing in the "Sharing"
tab. At that point, the files are shared over WebDAV on Rendezvous, and are visible using the
service discovery support in GNOME 2.8 or Mac OS X, or any other system that supports service
discovery using Rendezvous.
- You can download the latest release here.