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The server will now (by default) only serve content from the logged in user's directory. If you already have mapped network drives then these will need to be reconnected as the paths will have changed. Alternatively you can enable the "old" way by removing
<chroot-path>~</chroot-path> from the config file.
- Dependency issues with Raspbian now fixed
- Dependency issues with Ubuntu now fixed
- Default config file has been fixed so that the server should just work out of the box. It will however generate a warning for the default SSL certificate.
- Server can now be configured to
chrootto a user's home directory before serving content. This is now enabled by default for security.
Development on this project has been dormant for a while. This release is to publish the server as-is.
Locking file is limited and it is currently not possible to lock a directory
PAM sessions are of a fixed length and their length is not affected by user activity.