Dukto is a F.O.S.S that let’s you transfer files between PCs in a LAN environment. It is designed specifically for LAN use and so it works even when there is no internet connection. The best part of Dukto is zero setup to transfer files. To make a file transfer, users need to launch the utility on both the PCs, enter IP address of remote PC, and then just drag & drop the files into the Dukto’s interface and file transfer is done! No need to configure settings and no messing around with the file permissions.
Apart from sending files and even folders, the utility can send and receive text snippets which is very useful in sending a URL to your colleagues. It maintains a transfer log where you can review the latest activity of sent and received files. The user interface is metro style, simple and functional. A button for everything like for example you can click on network icon to find out the IP address of the computer.
Overall, Dukto can save lot of time in making file transfers due to zero configuration approach. Here is how you can install it on Ubuntu, Linux, Mint, Fedora, and on their derivatives.
Install Dukto on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, elementary OS
Step 1: Launch ‘Terminal’ and run the following command to add the PPA repository source.
sudo sh -c "echo 'deb http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/colomboem/xUbuntu_16.04/ /' > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/dukto.list"
Step 2: Perform an update.
sudo apt-get update
Step 3: Install Dukto
sudo apt-get install dukto
Install Dukto on Fedora, Mandriva
Step 1: Launch ‘Terminal’ and run this command to add repository source.
dnf config-manager --add-repo http://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:colomboem/Fedora_22/home:colomboem.repo
Step 2: Install Dukto
dnf install dukto