How many homes worldwide, that have at least one computer in it, don’t have at least one Microsoft Windows user in it? ‘Warpinator is a reimplementation of Giver.’ What were the Linux Mint developers thinking by basically bringing an old program back from the dead, giving it a new name, but still not developing its ‘Share’ ability to include Microsoft Windows?!?
I just installed BeeBEEP onto my main WIN10 machine, onto a Fedora 32 test machine, and onto an Ubuntu 20.04 LTS machine:
More on those machines are Here. “Ubu” is showing up as inactive on the ‘Antec Jr.’ computer because “cin” is using that machine now. The only problem I had with BeeBEEP so far, is that I name my Ubuntu LTS installs “ubu” and BeeBEEP won’t let two of the same names use the network; however, it asks if you want to change a name, and I changed one “ubu” to “ubu 1” for the network app only.
Windows 10 & Ubuntu 20.04 LTS BeeBEEP versions were easy to download ‘n install – Start Here. Fedora’s BeeBEEP version was a little more difficult – Start Here. Not sure how many of the other 2000+ Linux Distros can use BeeBEEP, but many probably do.
I just dropped Mint from the #3 spot on the Karmi’s Top 10 Linux Distros page because of this ridiculous Warpinator app they have over hyped.
OK…that should do it. Give BeeBEEP a try if you looking for something easy to install and used for sending files ‘n folders using multiple OSes, etc.
Rule of Thumb – if you can’t install Ubuntu on it, then you can’t install any Linux Distro on it.