Ok, I'm wanting to share files between my two PCs.
(However, I reckon I've now overthought this. And I'm thinking round in circles).
I have 2 PCs (1 x desktop 1 x laptop). My laptop has become my main machine however, my
desktop has most of my data on it (music and photos in particular).
I would like to know the best way to connect and transfer files between the two machines
(preferably via a GUI).
E.G. I have new photos on my laptop and I'd like to transfer them to the desktop PC.
But I need to do this visually so that I can compare the two directories and just copy
what I need to across.
1.How do I connect my two PCs and and share my files ?
Can I use my router (downstairs) via wifi to connect both machines together ?
2.How do I transfer my files between my two PCs ?
Samba, SSH, remote desktop ? Ethernet cable ?
2 PCs both running Ubuntu 12.04 + KDE
1 x laptop
1 x desktop
Both PCs are located upstairs (next to each other), and use wifi to connect to the
internet via a (router which is downstairs).
Both PCs are not connected to one another.
Thanks in advance for any help.