PHP backend gallery self-hosted uploader
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Description

A lightweight file manager with full ShareX, Screencloud and more

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XBackBone is a simple, self-hosted, lightweight PHP file manager that support the instant sharing tool ShareX and *NIX systems. It supports uploading and displaying images, GIF, video, code, formatted text, and file downloading and uploading. Also have a web UI with multi user management, past uploads history and search support.

Documentation

All the installations, configuration, and usage instructions are available in the GitHub Pages:

XBackBone Documentation

Main Features

  • Supports every upload type from ShareX.
  • Config generator for ShareX.
  • Low memory footprint.
  • Multiple backends support: Local storage, AWS S3, Google Cloud, Azure Blob Storage, Dropbox, FTP(s).
  • Web file upload.
  • Code uploads syntax highlighting.
  • Video and audio uploads webplayer.
  • PDF viewer.
  • Files preview page.
  • Bootswatch themes support.
  • Responsive theme for mobile use.
  • Multi language support.
  • User management, multi user features, roles and disk quota.
  • Public and private uploads.
  • Logging system.
  • Share to Telegram.
  • Linux supported via a per-user custom generated script (server and desktop).
  • Direct downloads using curl or wget commands.
  • Direct images links support on Discord, Telegram, Facebook, etc.
  • System updates without FTP or CLI.
  • Easy web installer.
  • LDAP authentication.
  • Registration system.
  • Automatic uploads tagging system.
  • Tag uploads with custom tags for categorization.
  • ... and more.

License

This software is licensed under the GNU Affero General Public License v3.0, available in this repository. As a "copyright notice" it is sufficient to keep the small footer at the bottom of the page, also to help other people to learn about this project!

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