Web-based S3 bucket browsing tool. Similar to Apache-style indexes.
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Update S3.php, added custom endpoint
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README.md

Amazon S3 Directory Browser

Please report any issues here on GitHub.

Installation on Heroku (preferred)

  1. Check out the latest release from GitHub:

     git clone git@github.com:powdahound/s3browser.git
    
  2. Assuming you already have the heroku toolkit set up, create an app:

     heroku apps:create my-file-browser
    
  3. Set the necessary config values:

     heroku config:set BUCKET_NAME=my-bucket
     heroku config:set S3_ACCESS_KEY=xxx  # a key with access to perform a bucket object listing
     heroku config:set S3_SECRET_KEY=xxx
     heroku config:set PAGE_HEADER=X's Files
    
  4. Deploy to Heroku and load the site

     git push heroku master
     heroku open
    

Installation on Apache

  1. Check out the latest release from GitHub:

     cd /srv/www
     git clone git@github.com:powdahound/s3browser.git
    
  2. Add an Apache VirtualHost for your new subdomain. e.g.:

     <VirtualHost *:80>
       ServerName s3browser.example.com
       DocumentRoot /srv/www/s3browser/www
    
       <Directory />
         AllowOverride all
         Order allow, deny
         Allow from all
       </Directory>
     </VirtualHost>
    
  3. Tweak config to your liking. Each option is documented in the config.php file. Since it defaults to loading the values from environment variables, using SetEnv is probably best. You could also edit config.php to your liking.

  4. Reload your Apache config:

     sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload