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JSLabs Blog:
An ftp server written in PHP
March 05, 2007 @ 08:27:00

In a new post to the JSLabs blog today, Justin Silverton mentions a FTP server that's been created entirely in PHP - nanoFTP.

nanoFTPd is an ftp daemon written in php. as of version 4.2.0, php supports the command-line interface (stable since 4.3.0), which nanoFTPd relies on. nanoFTPd is modular, so it's easy to add custom modules and other stuff, like different database interfaces (currently supports mysql and postgresql).

Features of the app include user authentication via a database or text file, dynamic IP support, and most of the usual FTP goodies you're used to in a server. You'll need at least PHP 4.2.0 to get it up and running, but configuration is simple and installations it just as easy. You can grab the software from their website.

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