File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      If the plugin is not available, you can always setup it as a website using openmediavault-ngnix plugin. Extplorer is nice and simple but it has a known HTTPS issue. Pydio is more sophisticated but more stable as well.

      The question is: what do you need it for? maybe, FTP/SFTP would be a better option?
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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      I started work on the extplorer but ran into an nginx config issue. I will look at it again.
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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      openmediavault-extplorer 1.0.1 is in kralizec-testing. It is dependend on OMV 1.0.7 though.
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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      minidlna is in the kralizec-testing repo.
      webdav can be mostly setup using the openmediavault-nginx plugin (I'll ask subzero to post instructions for that).
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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      My config for WebDAV with the Nginx plugin looks like this:
      Directory: some directory
      Use root: true
      Use index: false
      Extra options:

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      1. client_body_temp_path /tmp/webdav-client-tmp 1 2;
      2. create_full_put_path on;
      3. client_max_body_size 2g;
      4. dav_access user:rw group:rw all:r;
      5. dav_methods PUT DELETE MKCOL COPY MOVE;
      6. dav_ext_methods PROPFIND OPTIONS;

      This config doesn't have any authentication yet though. Still trying to figure out why it doesn't work :)
    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      "ryecoaaron" wrote:

      openmediavault-extplorer 1.0.1 is in kralizec-testing. It is dependend on OMV 1.0.7 though.


      right ... so i would have to update to 1.0.7 ... stable? also - why doesn't it show up in update manager on 1.0.6 - or is that not how it's done ?
    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      It's a pre-release update, which means it is for testing purposes only. This means you should only install it if you know what you do and be aware that thos pre-release updates could screw with your WebGUI functionality. They will never harm your data in any way!

      So in order to use the plugin, you have to enable the pre-release updates. But, deactivate them after you updated, as they will be used extensively from now on.

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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      1.0.7 has been moved to the stable repo. Just click Check in the updates tab.
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    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      "ryecoaaron" wrote:

      openmediavault-extplorer 1.0.1 is in kralizec-testing. It is dependend on OMV 1.0.7 though.


      updated to 1.0.7 ... thanks :) .... erm - how to i enable kralizec-testing? it's not on omv-extras.

      EDIT - found it ... guess was blind for a while !!
    • extplorer - user confusion

      So ... i installed the extplorer plugin ... but i'm somewhat confused by what's going on with the users.

      The plugin created an extplorer user ... which i would assume is the one I have to use for extplorer - but I didn't manage to login with this user even after I changed the password.

      The only user I can use to logon is the admin user BUT it doesn't seem to be the same admin user as the OMV one as it still uses the default openmediavault password - plus it doesn't look like i can change it! Also - logging in with this user displays the content of the system drive too ... ideally i'd only see my shares. Any help please ... i don't mind doing things from cli.

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    • Re: extplorer - user confusion

      "sniperzoz" wrote:

      The plugin created an extplorer user

      The php pages in extplorer run as this user. This was done for permission reasons so you cannot delete system files in extplorer. You do not login as this user. extplorer is a separate program from OMV and does not use its users (admin, etc) even though they may have the same name.

      "sniperzoz" wrote:

      The only user I can use to logon is the admin user BUT it doesn't seem to be the same admin user as the OMV one as it still uses the default openmediavault password - plus it doesn't look like i can change it!

      There is an Admin button next to the logout button in the toolbar that lets you add users and change the passwords.

      "sniperzoz" wrote:

      Also - logging in with this user displays the content of the system drive too ... ideally i'd only see my shares.

      While it shows them, you can't delete them or view files with certain privileges. There is no what that I know to only show shares.
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    • Re: extplorer - user confusion

      Thank you for the clarifications .... pity re. not being able to only view OMV shares ... but fair fair enough since it wasn't created with OMV in mind ....

      I still didn't manage to change the password for admin thou' ... it just says 'changing password failed'.
    • Re: File manger for v1.0.6? extplorer?

      I need to figure out if it is secure but for now, try:

      chown extplorer:openmediavault /usr/share/extplorer/config/.htusers.php

      And I was wrong about just showing the shares. You can set the root directory when you create an additional user. So you could set the new user to only see the /media/ directory. Admin will always be able to see all directories.
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