I've got a server running Ubuntu 10.04. I've already gotten openssh for ssh and sftp on it.
I've been looking for a web-based (http, or preferably https) file server, perhaps a web-front-end to an (S)FTP server, that allows access to a specific folder, and also allows uploads. It requires user authentication, preferably using PAM.
This web-based solution is for users that are not allowed to use FTP software / browser extension and don't have flash / java browser plugins within their corporate environments.
So far I have looked into:
- Webmin: Includes a file manager, however it uses Java, and I'm looking for a plugin-free implementation.
- Apache2: I was able to set up https and PAM authentication, but the barebone implementation doesn't include file upload (as far as I'm aware of).
- HFS: Haven't tried it out because it is for Windows/wine only, and I don't want to run it under wine.