Rumpus turns any Mac into a complete file transfer server. Send files to outside people, or let clients upload files directly to your network in a secure, controlled environment. Rumpus supports FTP, WebDAV, and a fully customizable Web file transfer interface and makes it easy to securely exchange files with anyone, anywhere. With Rumpus, you are the cloud.
What is new in this release:
- Corrected Web user admin behaviors for admin accounts with "Allow User To Move..." option enabled.
- A problem with generating zip archives for multi-file downloads under Yosemite has been corrected, and a problem that caused an unnecessary delay when downloading multiple files has also been resolved.
- Fixed a problem with Yosemite displaying test images when using the Thumbnail Generation test.
- Modernized empty folder check to more reliably delete folders that contain invisible files.
- In control application, removed display of thousands separators in numeric settings fields.
- Corrected privileges issue in control app that could cause the Rumpus daemon to fail to start or stop as needed, among other privilege failures.
What is new in version 8.0.6:
- When SFTP clients check the status of files and folders that don't exist, Rumpus now returns the correct error code. (Solves a problem uploading folders through FileZilla.)
- Rumpus SFTP now supports delayed compression, making it compatible with FTP clients that require it (Cyberduck, for example).
- The config-file feature "UseDefaultHostInDropShipURLs" has been reintroduced.
- SFTP sessions are more gracefully terminated. (Rumpus now correctly supports the session-ending EOF packet.)
- The Extra Action response message can now include Event Notice tokens.
- Transcripts saved to ".tscpt" files now include the session ID and login time stamp.
- The "Drop Ship File" option can be eliminated for users who can drop ship files by adding the directive "DropShipExistingFilesOnly YES" to the "Rumpus.conf" configuration file.
- When authenticating via Open Directory, user account names can no longer begin or end with a space, avoiding a duplicate home folder creation problem.
- Three choices of alias resolution are now supported: "None" disables aliases and increases overall file system performance. "Classic" resolves traditional Mac OS aliases as created in Mac OS 10.9 and earlier. "Modern" uses updated file system resolution functions for best compatibility with OS X Yosemite and later.
- The length of left and right header text in the Web interface page header can now be up to 63 characters.
- Certain pre-authenticated Web accesses no longer trigger the failed connection counter to avoid false positive hack attempt detections.
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