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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: 14Mb
Version: 1.36
Date: 23 Dec 2022
Author: Hans de Ruiter
Submitter: Kea Sigma Delta Limited
Homepage: https://keasigmadelta.com/zitaftpserver
Requirements: AmigaOS 4.1+, AmiSSL 5.6+, & a working network connection
Category: network/server/ftp
Replaces: network/server/ftp/zitaftpserver.lha
License: Shareware
Distribute: yes
Min OS Version: 4.1
FileID: 12368
Comments: 5
Snapshots: 0
Videos: 0
Downloads: 71  (Current version)
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ZitaFTP is a secure FTP server, which enables you to share files on
your computer with others.

Changes in 1.36

- Can now enable/disable the status icon (a.k.a., docky, SysTray icon, 
  etc.). See the Settings -> User Interface in the UI
- Added a Security UI page, where the user can see banned IPs and 
 (optionally) unban them
- Added the ability to restart and quit ZitaFTP Server to the webadmin
- Overwriting files wasn't checking the "can delete" permission. FIXED,
  NOTE: Appending to a file is allowed with "can write" permission. File
  overwrites also require "can delete"
- Wizard's users and virtual directories pages will now ask the user 
  to confirm if they want to move on if they might have forgotten to
- Added messages to all FTP replies, because some FTP clients consider
  a reply to be malformed if it only contains a response code
  (enables more Android/Java FTP clients to work)
- Code to get directory & file parts of a path didn't handle
  device separators properly (Windows & AmigaOS). FIXED
- Encryption settings wouldn't save if the UI needed to warn that 
  an FTP client was connected and ask for permission to restart.
- The server settings page wouldn't save the settings. FIXED
- The data port range UI controls were uneditable if a Ports
  unavailable warning was shown. FIXED
- Corrected the ZitaFTP Server logo shown in the UI (was the lighter
  icon rather than the logo)
- "Submit Feedback" button's tool-tip was showing URL instead of
  description. FIXED
- "Renamed "Submit Feedback" to "Submit Feedback/Bug" to make it 
  clear that it's also for bug reports
- ACME client (for getting free TLS certificates) now handles
  startup errors more gracefully
- AmigaOS: Made ZitaFTP Server a commodity, so it's listed in, and 
  can be controlled from Commodities Exchange (e.g., open the GUI)
- AmigaOS: Now suppress DOS requesters in all threads, so that 
  "Insert <name> in any drive" type requesters don't pop up
- AmigaOS: Fixed the AutoInstall script so AmiUpdate doesn't delete
  the installation files before installation is done
- AmigaOS: Updated AmiSSL to v5.6


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

Getting Started

A configuration wizard 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. You need to log 
on using one of the IP addresses shown at the end of the configuration 
wizard (or on the dashboard).

Accessing the User Interface (UI)

ZitaFTP's web-based UI can be accessed by:
* Double-clicking on the docky/sys-tray icon
* Enter the UI's URL into your browser's address bar (e.g., 
  https://<your IP address>:<chosen port>/). Remote access from another 
  machine is possible if it was enabled during configuration

Command Line Parameters

The following command line parameters can be used when starting from the
* --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

The Docky/Status-Icon

The server's status is shown via a docky (a.k.a., status-icon). It will 
light up when the server is in use, and has upload & download status 
lights (which also double as an indicator for all file events including 
directory creation & deletion).

Shutting Down the Server

ZitaFTP Server can be shut down via the docky/status-icon's popup menu. 

Changing the Server Configuration

1. Edit the configuration file manually in a text editor (use the 
   docky/status-icon's popup menu to open it)
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 restart the server, which can be done via the 
docky/status-icon's popup menu.

NOTE: A proper configuration UI is planned, but is not yet done.


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


This project is Copyright (C) 2018-2020 by Kea Sigma Delta Limited, all
rights reserved. See the License.txt file for license


Thanks to those who helped improve this product by submitting bug 
- Alfredo Amendolagine
- Dave Koelman
- Janne Peraaho
- Paul E. Bloedel
- 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

Copyright © 2004-2024 by Björn Hagström All Rights Reserved