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RE: "Yahoo briefcase"-like app?

Hi there.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Vineet Kumar [mailto:vineet@doorstop.net] 
> Sent: 09 March 2004 01:24
> The ability to use this from any computer with just a web
> browser (no requirements on scp/ftp clients, for example) is
> a must.  Imagine it must be usable from a cybercafe, for
> example, where software installation is impossible, ftp/scp
> is probably not available, but there is a web browser.

I run Weeble File Manager over https on my colo so some of my users can
upload/download files without having to use an ftp client.

Basically it connects to the ftp server running on the local machine and
proxys the stuff for a web browser.



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