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README.samba added
README.davfs added
README.Debian rewritten
event scripts for samba and apach2_dav improved
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unclean web dataset fixed
removed some non-translateable strings from po and pot files
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Integration of apach2 as a (Web)DAV server into the CryptoBox
This file describes how to expose the volumes that are managed by the CryptoBox
through WebDAV shares.
Apache2 including the dav_fs module is the most common server for the WebDAV
filesystem. The following description will focus on this server.
First you have to install apache2 and the dav_fs module.
Use your favourite package manager to install them.
(Note for debian: the dav_fs module is part of the apache2-common package.
Just activate the module via 'a2enmod dav_fs'.)
There are two different ways to do use dav shares:
A) one share for all volumes together
Just create a file with the following lines to your /etc/apache2/conf.d directory:
Alias "/cryptobox" "/var/cache/cryptobox-server/mnt"
<Location "/cryptobox">
Dav filesystem
Reload the new apache2 configuration by calling:
invoke-rc.d apache2 reload
B) one share for each volume
Copy the example event script
/usr/share/doc/cryptobox-server/event-script/apache2_dav to
/etc/cryptobox-server/events.d/apache2_dav. This event handler will add and remove
shares whenever a volume is mounted or unmounted via the CryptoBox webinterface.
Copy the file /usr/share/doc/cryptobox-server/conf-examples/apache2_dav.conf to
Create a directory for the apache share config files:
mkdir -p /var/cache/cryptobox-server/apache2_dav.conf.d
Chown it to the cryptobox user:
chown cryptobox /var/cache/cryptobox-server/apache2_dav.conf.d
Reload the new apache2 configuration by calling:
invoke-rc.d apache2 reload