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Old 09-17-2008, 09:19 AM   #1
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suggestions for secure webdav OS?

i am going to buy two alix 2c3 boards:

i'm looking for a way to do secure webdav. i'm familiar with freenas but i need the ability to work on files remotely which ftp doesn't offer. any suggestions for something similar? it will need to be small and lightweight to run on this hardware

i took a look at openfiler, but unless i misunderstood completely it didn't do local authentication, it needed ldap i think..

thanks in advance


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