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Title: readme.txt Description: Installation guide for 'vDrive' Author: Vinay Babu Reddy =================================================================================================== Welcome to 'vDrive' - your own Cloud Drive! - 'vDrive' is a Cloud File Manager, optimized for media and touch screen - Unified experience across all platforms - desktop, laptop, tablet, mobile, etc. - Native app like smooth animations and support for swipe/scroll gestures - An intuitive file manager with a simple Doc Viewer, Music Player, Photo Viewer and Video Player - A detailed access logs Requirements: - Server: web server (like Apache HTTP) with PHP 5.2+, or AMP server like EasyPHP - Client: HTML5 compliant browser (Chrome 25+, Firefox 20+, IE 10+, Safari on iOS 6+, Chrome on Android 4.0+) Installation: - Download 'vDrive' and uncompress it on your "www" root directory - Restrict permissions on "_session" to make sure it is not accessible on web - This folder contains password file with SHA256 encryption and session files - The default password is 'vdrive'. Needless to say, change the password - If you are installing on Linux like raspberry pi, refer the below section for installing Apache and PHP 'vDrive' contains 4 Directories: - 'Docs': You can store - HTML, TXT, PDF, ZIP, DOC(x), XLS(x) and PPT(x) files - In the current version, thumbnails are not generated - Docs (pdf, html & txt) are opened in an inbuilt Doc Viewer, the rest are downloaded to local PC - 'Music': You can store - MP3 and OGG files - Thumbnails are downloaded from net using "Google" search engine - Music is played in the custom Music Player - 'Photos': You can store - JPG, PNG and GIF files - Thumbnails are generated automatically - Photos are displayed in custom Photo Viewer - 'Videos': You can store - MP4 and OGV files - Thumbnails are generated automatically - Videos are displayed in an inbuilt Video Player With vDrive's easy-to-use interface: - You can browse or search for files/folders - Create directories, subdirectories and manage files by uploading, renaming or deleting - App is downloaded to cache to enable smooth interaction; hence, remember to log off if you are on shared PC Note: - For optimum performance, keep the file count below 300 in a directory - Special characters in file names are not allowed except ("_" "." "'" "-" "()" and space) - "thumbs" is a reserved key word and cannot be used to name a directory - Directories with name "private" are not shown while browsing. To view the content, enter the full path directly in address bar. Ex: http://mysite/index.html#DATA/Photos/other/private/ - Once logged in, the session is valid for 30 days. The session files are cleaned-up automatically thereafter - If you are accessing a directory for the first time, the first few attempts may fail - depending on number of files - This is because the server is generating thumbnails for your files and occurs only if you have copied files via backend =================================================================================================== vDesk - your own Cloud Desktop: 'vDesk' provides a virtual desktop, where 'vDrive' is installed as one of the Apps Out of the box, it comes with the below Apps: - Calculator (courtesy: http://www.calculator.net/) - Calendar (courtesy: http://www.htmlbestcodes.com/) - TinyMCE - document editor (courtesy: http://www.tinymce.com/) - easelJS - Image editor (courtesy: http://code.tutsplus.com/) - Internet Browser - vDrive As with any desktop, you can customize by installing additional Apps or removing any existing Apps Any HTML and/or php web app will work Keyboard shortcuts: - ctrl + tab: Shuffle tabs - ctrl + Q: Close tab Installing an App: - Create a folder in "APPS" directory and place the webapp files there - APPS/ - calculator/ calc.html icon.png - Make an entry in "_config/applist.html": "Calculator, APPS/calculator/calc.html, APPS/calculator/icon.png" - To make the webapp available offline, add the file names in "_config/home.appcache" =================================================================================================== File API: 'vDrive' provides a file API for the Apps to access files in DATA/. API usage: Insert the below code in the part of the page where you want to see the file api: <script id="fileapi_js" type="text/javascript" src="/_config/fileapi.js#Docs"></script> <div id="fileapi_divfile"></div> You can replace "Docs" in "src" with other directories like Music, Photos or Videos The file API button appears which opens 'vDrive'. The selected file/dir name is populated in a textbox. The below APIs can be used for further operations: To view content of the selected file: fileApi.callAPI("readContent",<function to callback>); To save a text content to the selected file: fileApi.callAPI("writeContent",<function to callback>,<content of the file>); To upload a file (like jpg or pdf): fileApi.callAPI("transferFile",<function to callback>,<base64 encoded file>); To view a directory list: fileApi.callAPI("getList",<function to callback>); The output passed to the callback function is in the below JSON format: {status: "PASS", message: "File saved"} status: PASS, FAIL, WARN and INFO message: contains the output message or actual results when the status is INFO Example to post an image from canvas: var canvaspic = canvas_id.toDataURL(); fileApi.callAPI("transferFile",alertStatus,canvaspic); function alertStatus(xhr_resp) { alert(xhr_resp.message); } Example to read file: fileApi.callAPI("readContent",populateText); function populateText(xhr_resp) { var mytext = document.getElementById('my_textarea'); if (xhr_resp.status == "INFO") mytext.value = xhr_resp.message; else alert(xhr_resp.message); } =================================================================================================== ***Installation on Raspberry Pi or any Linux platform*** Run latest updates: sudo rpi-update sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get upgrade Apache and PHP Installation: sudo apt-get install apache2 sudo apt-get install php5 libapache2-mod-php5 php5-gd sudo service apache2 restart Static IP Configuration: ifconfig netstat -nr sudo nano /etc/network/interfaces Add an entry like the below based on the output from "ifconfig" and "netstat -nr" ---- iface www-web inet static address netmask gateway ---- sudo nano /etc/wpa_supplicant/wpa_supplicant.conf Add the id_str inside network ---- network={ id_str="www-web" <along with other details> } ---- sudo reboot Optional - add Google NameServer: sudo nano /etc/resolv.conf ---- nameserver nameserver ---- External HDD Auto Mount: sudo apt-get install ntfs-3g sudo fdisk –l sudo mount /dev/sda1 /media/HDD1 Add your username to www-data (apache) group: sudo usermod -a -G www-data userName Add an entry for the mount in /etc/fstab file: id www-data ls -l /dev/disk/by-uuid/ sudo nano /etc/fstab ---- "<file system> <mount point> <type> <options> <dump> <pass>" Ex: "/dev/sda1 /media/HDD1 ntfs-3g defaults,uid=33,gid=33,umask=003 0 0" "UUID=5482-C3B1 /media/SSD1 vfat uid=33,gid=33,umask=003 0 0" ---- Change www home directory: sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf Find the root directory: DocumentRoot /var/www/html sudo nano /etc/apache2/apache2.conf Find the below: <Directory /var/www/html/> Options -Indexes AllowOverride None Require all granted </Directory> and change /var/www/html to your preferred directory in both the locations. and update AllowOverride None to AllowOverride All - this is to enable .htaccess To enable items in .htaccess: For rewrite - sudo a2enmod rewrite For Headers - sudo a2enmod headers Misc: For display port to be changed to RCA, comment the below in /boot/config.txt: #hdmi_force_hotplug=1 #config_hdmi_boost=4 For USB power jump, add the below in /boot/config.txt: max_usb_current=1 Optional: sudo nano /etc/apache2/mods-available/dir.cfn Add home.html to the list sudo nano /etc/apache2/ports.conf Change the listen port =================================================================================================== ** 'vDesk' and 'vDrive' are developed by Vinay Babu Reddy ** ** You are free to use and distribute the same, provided the copyright notice and credits are left unchanged ** ** The software is provided "as is", without warranty of any kind ** ** Do not modify any code. Any recommendations can be sent to vinaybabu_reddy@yahoo.co.in ** ** Please also refer the Privacy Policy at http://vinaybabureddy.com ** ** Except 'vDrive', all other webapps belong to their respective copyright owners and their terms and conditions apply ** ** Icons courtesy: https://www.iconfinder.com/ **
Source: readme.txt, updated 2015-08-12

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