Fast Messaging Peer to Peer (FM P2P) is a simple P2P program that forms a TCP-based overlay network by which a user may chat or share files. It is targetted at smaller networks and is not the most efficient system in the world. It was designed to resolve the frustration of using many different workstations with different operating systems and having no way to easily transfer files or move notes.
Fedut is a Java Swing-based application. The goal of this application is to provide an easy-to-use open standard method for moving data between computer systems. It has support for multiple FTP, SMB, WebDav, and NFS host connections, a secure socket layer for the control and data connection, host to host file transfers, complete directory transfers, resume aborted file transfers, built-in FTP server (peer to peer single user, SSL), file encryption, MD5 transfer results, and file viewing.
FemFind is a crawler and search engine for SMB shares (provided by Samba/Unix or Windows) and FTP servers. The crawler maps the filesystem structure of your shares to a MySQL database. Then, the Web interface or a Windows client can be used to quickly locate any file on the network.
FerrisSambaModule is a VFS module for Samba 3.x which allows it to provide shares which use libferris as a data source. Thus, anything libferris can access can be shared as a filesystem via Samba, including LDAP, PostgreSQL, XML files, sleepycat dbXML database, evolution mail client, and queries against libferris' various indexes.
FileLister is a filesystem indexing tool with a Web based frontend. Running platformindependently in a Web environment, its goal is to easily find files in large archives, using a rich set of search configuration options. Additionally, you may download single files or even create and download zip files on the fly from the results of your search.
FileNabber is a Java servlet packaged as a Web app (WAR file) that allows you to download (via HTTP or FTP) remote files to the server and upload remote files to the server via HTTP. It has a progress bar for uploads and downloads, and also supports themes to make it easy to customize the look of the pages. It runs on any servlet engine that supports WAR files.
FileRepair is an application to compare files across a network and, if necessary, modify one so that it is identical with the other. It's based on the wxWindows toolkit and currently runs on both Linux (GTK GUI and CLI versions) and Windows, though any platforms supported by the toolkit should be possible.