Cloud Commander – Web File Manager to Control Linux File and Programs via Browser

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7 Responses

  1. Tosko says:

    How do I set an authentication?

    I did nano ~/.cloudcmd.json and modified username and password with authentication set to true. I put in the details but the login keeps prompting.

    When I press esc, it says 401 unauthorized which is good.

    So I went to the json file, but it back to false, and it worked again. I tried to enable Auth via the UI, (F10 settings), again login prompt and keeps prompting. Any idea what I am doing wrong?

  2. Robert says:

    I installed it to try it out. Insteresting way to browse the filesystem. How do I uninstall the npm package?

  3. Jalal says:

    Hi, Thanks for this article, good for console users.

  4. Nick says:

    What about security?
    It works via plain http ?

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