oliverm — 2013-07-11T08:35:37-04:00 — #1
Does anyone know of a file manager addon for Freepbx which would allow users to easily upload and download files without having to use SSH ?
There is a TFTP Manager module by Minded but that just appears to show the same file and folder over and over again when I test it here. The idea is really useful though.
skykingoh — 2013-07-11T12:40:49-04:00 — #2
Ok I will bite on this one. Why would users be needed to upload and download files outside of the provisions inside FreePBX for recordings and MOH?
I understand sysadmin tasks, but that should not be done by users.
I am looking from an "improve FreePBX" module perspective.
oliverm — 2013-07-11T13:40:45-04:00 — #3
Ahh the users I refer to are admins (each dept has one or more).
For the most part grabbing the files to desktop is easier than searching, for example, in the browser.
But I guess the answer is that no one knows of one. There was a trac entry years back for something similar if I recall.
tm1000 — 2013-07-11T13:55:09-04:00 — #4
Yes there was one many years ago but it no longer exists. We've thrown around the idea of writing a new one. It may happen in 2.12
skykingoh — 2013-07-11T20:47:07-04:00 — #5
Ok, understand admins but what files are they downloading and reviewing?
om8d97nz9w — 2013-09-20T10:58:46-04:00 — #6
Great thanks! I'll remember that one, it would have been much easier.
I found what I wanted in './var/lib/asterisk/sounds/custom/' and used 'rm ' to remove the files I wanted.
om8d97nz9w — 2013-09-20T10:15:21-04:00 — #7
Hey I stumbled upon this post in my search for the custom recordings directory or a method of searching the server for the files I want from my SSH client, specifically the custom recordings... A built-in manager would allow me, a non linux-savvy user, to quickly modify files not easily deleted from the interface. Albeit I should know how to do it from the command line and will continue my search as a replay will be too late for my liking.
skykingoh — 2013-09-20T10:43:38-04:00 — #8
Now you are in root directory
find | grep -i greeting1
finds file that contains text greeting1 (not case sensitive
system — 2014-06-04T16:00:59-04:00 — #9
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