Justin B Rye ha scritto: > (So shouldn't the package have a > "Depends: apache2 | httpd" field?) No, it comes with its own web server > (Even if my web server has a 1GB hard drive? Obviously no :) > Since when has there > been a file size limit for SMTP, anyway? Yes, mail is needed only to receive a link. > And does this F*EX > transfer really go over the net uncompressed and unencrypted?) There is a doc/SSL that explains how to setup fex web server with SSL > In these days of MacOS X, "real UNIX" user != shell user. Say: > > * shell clients provided for commandline users: fexsend and fexget. > > (I need to install the server to get these clients?) No, you need to install fex-utils > Description: web service for transferring very large files > F*EX (Frams's Fast File EXchange) is a service for transferring big (large, > huge, giant) files from a user A to a user B, anywhere on the Internet. > . > The sender uploads the file to the F*EX-server and the recipient > automatically gets a notification e-mail with a download-URL. > . > Main features of F*EX: > . > * file transfer of virtually unlimited file size > * sender and recipient only need an e-mail program and a web browser > (of any kind; they do not have to install any software) > * RESEND and REGET for resuming after link failures at last sent byte > * auto-notification of recipient > * auto-deletion after download > * auto-deletion after expiration date (default: 5 days) > * full-users can create sub-users, who can send only to this full-user > * maintenance-free: no administration necessary beyond creating new > F*EX accounts > * multiple recipients only require one stored copy > * F*EX uses HTTP and needs no firewall tunnels > * support for streams, too (SEX: Stream EXchange) > * shell clients provided for commandline users: fexsend and fexget. > Thanks! Giuseppe.
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