[tahoe-dev] barriers to using tahoe

Jody Harris imhavoc at gmail.com
Mon Feb 1 21:04:17 UTC 2010

On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 1:42 PM, Peter Secor <secorp at allmydata.com> wrote:

> Have you tried the FTP interface that is available? This can be easily
> mapped using Windows File Explorer, and if the network is local then you
> don't have to worry about unencrypted file transmission. There is also
> SFTP support.
> http://allmydata.org/trac/tahoe/browser/docs/frontends/FTP-and-SFTP.txt
> It is set up on the production network: ftp://prodftp.allmydata.com and
> uses your normal login/pass. You can also easily enable it on your local
> node to try it out. Just modify the tahoe.cfg to enable FTP, point at an
> authentication server, return a base URI root-cap, and you're off!
> Ps

Peter, I think that the FTP gateway would be a good first step.
Unfortunately, the instructions in the url above fail for the tahoe
installed from from Ubuntu 9.10 repositories.

"Failed to load application: your twisted is lacking"

With a working FTP, and a default alias, many users would be able to "just
use tahoe" than are able to at this point.

This is broken FTP implementation a "feature" of the 9.10 build?

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