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ZitaFTP Server

Description: A fast and secure FTP(S) server.
Download: zitaftpserver.lha       (TIPS: Use the right click menu if your browser takes you back here all the time)
Size: 9Mb
Version: 1.8
Date: 07 Oct 2019
Author: Hans de Ruiter
Submitter: Kea Sigma Delta Limited
Homepage: https://keasigmadelta.com/zitaftpserver
Requirements: AmigaOS 4.1+, AmiSSL 4.3+, & a working network connection
Category: network/server/ftp
Replaces: network/server/ftp/zitaftpserver.lha
License: Shareware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 11031
 
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ZitaFTP Server (pre-release) - free 30 day trial
================================================

ZitaFTP is a secure FTP server, which enables you to share files on
your computer with others.

IMPORTANT: This is a pre-release, which means that it is missing
features, and has "rough edges" (i.e., is not as polished as the final
release will be).

Changes in 1.9
--------------

- Tweaked the AmigaOS installer to make it clear that a "ZitaFTPServer" 
  subdirectory will be created in your chosen installation directory
- Creating directories was failing when created in a drive/volume/assign root
  (e.g., directly to "RAM:"). FIXED
- Fixed a corner case where received data could be lost (caused TotalCommander
  TLS error)
- Renaming a file could sometimes return an error code even though it succeeded.
  FIXED
- Implemented the SIZE command
- Couldn't access files/directories that were a single character long. FIXED
- AmigaOS only: correct the file permission bits given by single-user
filesystems
  to reflect reality (everyone has the same access because nobody owns it). 
  Should help FTP clients that interpret the permission bits before performing
  operations

Installing
----------

Simply run the included installer. It will also install any required
dependencies.

Getting Started
---------------

A simple configuration GUI will be shown the first time you run the
server. This will allow you to add users, directories, set basic
permissions, and generate a TLS security certificate.

The server will be started once configuration is complete. At that point
you can log on using any FTP client (that supports secure FTPS). To
connect from an FTP client on the same machine, enter "localhost" as the
target machine.

NOTE: With some FTP clients you need to choose "Explicit FTPS" (or 
similar) for secure connections. The alternative "implicit FTPS" is 
obsolete and unsupported.

Connecting from another machine is more complicated. The easiest way is
to find out the FTP server's IP address by: * On AmigaOS - run
ShowNetStatus * On Windows - run ipconfig in a console window

NOTE: A more substantial GUI is planned, this is one of the features
missing from the pre-release.

Command Line Parameters
-----------------------

The following command line parameters can be used when starting from the
console/shell: 
* --echolog - will print a copy of everything that's
logged to the console window (HINT: looks best with ANSI colours.
AmigaOS users can set this up from the shell window's settings) 
*    --loglevel <str> - overrides the config file's logging level. Valid
     values for <str> are: fatal, severe, error, warning, info, detail,
     extra_detail, debug, extreme_debug, all 
*    --help - prints help information


Shutting Down the Server
------------------------

ZitaFTP Server can be shut down by sending the server a CTRL+C. On AmigaOS, open
a shell window, type "status" without the quotes, and press Enter. You'll see an
entry such as:
Process  8: Loaded as command: SYS:Internet/ZitaFTPServer/ZitaFTPServer

Then, type the following and press Enter: break process <n>
Replace <n> with the process number, so 8 in the example above.

NOTE: This will be easier once a proper GUI has been implemented

Changing the Server Configuration
---------------------------------

The configuration GUI is yet to be implemented, so you currently have two
options:
1. Edit the configuration file manually in a text editor (on AmigaOS it's found
in ENVARC:KeaSigmaDelta/ZitaFTP)
2. Delete the current configuration file (or rename it). The basic configuration
GUI will run next time the server is started

In both cases, you should shutdown the server and start it again

Authors
-------

* Hans de Ruiter - https://keasigmadelta.com/about-us/the-founder/

License
-------

This project is Copyright (C) 2018-2019 by Kea Sigma Delta Limited, all
rights reserved. See the License.txt file for license
terms.

Acknowledgments
---------------

Thanks to those who helped improve this product by submitting bug 
reports:
- Alfredo Amendolagine
- Dave Koelman
- Janne Peraaho
- Roman Kargin

*   Thanks to the third-parties who wrote the software libraries on
    which this program is built. See the ThirdPartyLicenses/ directory
    for the licenses of these libraries





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