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HFS ~ HTTP File Server / testing 2.1
« on: June 23, 2006, 01:47:52 AM »
Quote from: "Martok"

Why? HFS is a simple file server, it would make it too complicated to use. Besides, this would require a second port and by this it would require changes in the core code. STunnel is easier. Maybe HFS might write the INIs that STunnel uses. This makes it easier, just install STunnel, tell HFS where it is and use.

Yes that sounds like a good idea for now :D
Quote from: "Martok"

:?: :?: I think I missed your point, the default template allows to upload multiple files.

Yes but you have to select a file one by one. If you have 100's of files to upload it can be extremely time consuming.
Quote from: "Martok"


You don't like this feature? I think it would be very useful and has been sudgested many times. People could delete and create directories with the right privledges. It's even on Rejetto's to-do list.

Anyway, your the man Rejetto so you make the decisions  B)

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / testing 2.1
« on: June 22, 2006, 12:54:24 PM »
Are there new many new things for beta 14 that havn't been released yet?

If so, and you want to remove archives, I think you should finish off 2.1 then release a major version of HFS 3.0 which includes:

Inbuilt SSL
Multiple file upload
Archive (if you don't include it in 2.1, I think it should be in 2.1 but its up to you.)
Server side support (eg. php)
Remote Directory creating and remote file deleteing
File search

and release just those as a version 3 of HFS. Again, the choice is yours Rejetto.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / HFS User Guide
« on: June 22, 2006, 01:24:12 AM »
I don't think there is a copy of the user guide besides the wiki however as you said that doesn't seem to be responding.

Everything else / hosted by u2-web
« on: June 19, 2006, 10:46:18 AM »
No worries, thanks for the information.

HFS ~ HTTP File Server / testing 2.1
« on: June 17, 2006, 10:44:52 AM »
I have posted a lot and now I am registered :D :D

Anyways, thanks for the link mastabog, I never quite understoof what md5 and sh1 were about.

Moving on, and maverick, have you tried tar downloads with real folders? It works for me and now password protected/restricted directories are now not downloaded unless the user has logged in or supplied the password which is great. I'm not sure if the file is counted as a download though.

EDIT: However, I have 2.36gb in the root folder (just a single 'Real' folder) and the download box comes up as 2.36gb however when I download it, its only a 512 byte damaged file.

EDIT 2 *Just tested*: ~folder.tar?recursive does not work with over 2gb worth of files. If I have under 2gb it works (Internet Explorer 7.0 Beta 2)

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