I need a linux-based server program that allows me to transfer files from a
web browser to a server. I know this can be supported in the "http upload"
specification, but I need some extra functionality like automatic
compression, teh telling of upload status (10%, 20%, etc), the ability to
upload whole folders instead of individual files, etc.
I am not sure if such a program exists. I realize ftp can be used, but I am
dealing with a lot of people who are intimidated by computers and zipping,
stuffing, etc intimidates them. It would be great if this can be done
through a simple web browser in an easy-to-use fashion.
Does such server software exist? I tried searching around in google and
freshmeat and couldn't come up with much. . . I am thinking this can be
supported with java on teh client side, but can't find anything of interest.
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