Dufs is a powerful file server with various features to enhance your file management.
It allows you to serve static files, download folders as zip files, simplify file and folder uploads, edit and search files, handle partial responses efficiently, control access, ensure secure communication with HTTPS, and integrate with WebDAV.
Dufs also seamlessly integrates with curl for easy file interaction. Experience the convenience and efficiency of Dufs for your file server needs.
Additionally, Dufs seamlessly integrates with curl, making it even more convenient to interact with your files. Try out the convenience and efficiency of Dufs for all your file server needs.nce the convenience and efficiency of Dufs for all your file server needs.
- The application has a user-friendly interface that is easy to navigate.
- Users can access the application seamlessly on desktop and mobile browsers.
- The interface is responsive, adapting to different screen sizes for optimal user experience.
- The application is available on all platforms, including Windows, Mac, and Linux.
- It allows users to download entire folders as zip files, making file management and sharing more efficient.
- Uploading files and folders is made easy with the drag and drop feature.
- Users can create, edit, and search files in the application, offering a comprehensive file management system.
- Partial responses are supported for faster downloads, improving the overall user experience.
- Access control features ensure secure usage, allowing restrictions on files and folders as needed.
- HTTPS is supported for encrypted communication between users and the server.
- WebDAV protocol is also supported for seamless integration with WebDAV clients.
- The application is compatible and user-friendly with curl, providing flexibility for advanced users.
1- Install using Cargo
cargo install dufs
2- Install using Docker
docker run -v pwd:/data -p 5000:5000 --rm -it sigoden/dufs /data -A
3- Homebrew (macOS)
brew install dufs
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dufs is made available under the terms of either the MIT License or the Apache License 2.0, at your option.