This contribution for smeserver adds a web frontend which provides FTP connection with your SME server based upon the php GNU GPL application phpwebftp.
You can access your SME server FTP panel with your browser at url https://myserver.mydomain/webftp/
Access to the FTP frontend is only possible via https (http requests are redirected as https requests). You must provide your SME login and password.
Two params can be set in the webftp record of the SME configuration db :
MaxFilesSize nnnnnn : sets the maximum size in bytes of transferred files (default is 20000000)
ResumeDownload true|false : to enable/disable resuming of transferred files (default is true)
You need nothing else than smeserver-phpwebftp package.
This contrib is held in smecontribs repository, so the following commands will install on your smeserver.
yum install --enablerepo=smecontribs smeserver-phpwebftp
You will then need to activate the database changes etc. The 'official' way is to perform
signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot
yum remove smeserver-phpwebftp
thanks to db configuration setprop webftp **** you will be able to change some options:
ForceFtpVirtualLocalhost default yes
yes: will override DefaultRoot directive defined for each users no : will allow ftp connection as if an external ftp client were used: with respect to DefaultRoot directive
MaxFileSize default 20000000
max size in octets you will allow to transfer thanks to php web ftp . Be carrefull you are also limited to PHP PostMaxSize and UploadMaxFilesize directives.
ResumeDownload default true true: allow resume download false: do not allow resuming
status default enabled enabled: allow php webftp to work disabled : prevents access to phpwebftp
known problems and bugs =
after installation : "Invalid language entered. Exiting script error when trying to connect".
The source for this contrib can be found in the smeserver CVS .