FTPbox aims to be an easy to use, hassle-free alternative to commercial file-hosting services, such as Dropbox. At the same time, the project aims to provide power-users with advanced configuration options, so that they can customize it to best suit their needs.
In order to run FTPbox, you will need .NET Framework 4.5 or later.
Many devices (NAS devices etc) allow connecting and accessing files over FTP. In theory, FTPbox should work with such devices.
However, because of implementation differences across such devices, it is recommended that you test FTPbox with your device before using it with important files.
You can report any problems on the project's UserVoice tracker. Please first make sure that your problem has not already been reported by another user. If it has, you can add additional information that might help in solving the problem.
You can also contact us directly via email: [email protected].
It's really simple: from the
Options window of FTPbox (in
General tab) click the
Translate button. Fill in your language options (or select an existing translation to improve it) and hit continue. The next form you'll see contains all the strings that need to be translated. For each string in the left column, type your translation on the right column and when they're all filled-in, click
Finish. Lastly, select where your translation file will be saved, and then email that file to [email protected]
Make sure PHP 5 or later is installed on your server, and that a web server (apache/nginx/etc) is installed and running. Your web server must be configured to serve the content of your remote sync folder.