Nephthys provides a Web interface to create file-sharing "buckets", through which data can be shared. Nephthys handles the buckets in the local filesystem of the server. Access and data transfer is made via FTP and WebDAV. Nephthys itself does not provide the access protocol, but relies on well known projects like Apache HTTPD (WebDAV) and ProFTPD (FTP).
|Tags||Internet Web FTP Communications File Sharing|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: This release adds a file manager which allows uploading files into buckets via browsers, adds a Dutch translation, fixes bugs related to opening WebDAV folders in Internet Explorer, and ensures compatibility with Windows 7.
Release Notes: This release contains some fixes for bugs such as problems with quoting input data and suppressing some PHP notice-messages. In addition, the cache-path for the Smarty template engine is now configurable, which was necessary for building a Debian package. A user's default bucket-expiration time is now manageable by admins via the user-management tool. To get a better overview, Nephthys now displays details about buckets like the number of files and directories within and the last modification time.
Release Notes: This release comes with some new features like notifying expired buckets to their owners, column-sort, and a force-profile-update option. Problems with fixed font-size, deleting buckets, and Exception viewing have been solved.
Release Notes: This release contains Russian, Italian, Spanish, and Dutch translations. The local address book provides an additional field to store the full name of contacts. The auto-suggestion feature now works for multiple receivers as well. A new "deny-password-change" flag has been introduced to hide the password-change options for automatically-created, server-authenticated users. Clicks on the "Notify" links now get confirmed with a dialog message.
Release Notes: Multi-language support was introduced and a German translation was included. The bucket expiring date is now shown in the notification email as well. Unprivileged users can be granted the privilege to create never-expiring buckets.