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Are there any FTP server apps for ReactOS?

Also, I have an old 486DX2/40 with 16MB of RAM that I'd like to make a server. Can ROS run on this?

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ProtonixDEV wrote:Are there any FTP server apps for ReactOS?

Also, I have an old 486DX2/40 with 16MB of RAM that I'd like to make a server. Can ROS run on this?
Ros should be able to, it has to be a 486 or above, so you meet that requirement. THe ram might be a bit little, but try it anyways. (I tried it on a 386 with that much ram and it didnt work since it has 486 specific code)

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Post by Gasmann »

The Wiki says:
at least one working FTP client
* Imported BSD ftp (Needs accept)
And yes the RAM should be at least 24mb (see minimum requirements of ReactOS). You should update to 32mb then it should work quite good.

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Post by Dr. Fred »

gasmann wrote:The Wiki says:
at least one working FTP client
* Imported BSD ftp (Needs accept)
That's a client not a server.
Where do you want ReactOS to go today ?

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Post by Viod »

I tried run Ros on k5 166Mhz and 32 Megs of RAM but it was to slow for normal work . Install some Linux distro like Debian and work in console .
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Hello, I have run ReactOS with as little as 24m RAM, and it worked. About server software and FTP, I have not tride any, but I have successfully run the "TinyWEB server" http://www.ritlabs.com/tinyweb/ and it was able to serv webpages for a coupple of days, but reactos network isn't very stable and it still needs a lot of work, but some good testing is always good.
By the way, I run TinyWEB on a i386sx 16 5M win95 and it is stable enough for a LAN.

Happy testing!

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Post by Gasmann »

Dr. Fred wrote:That's a client not a server.
Sorry :oops:
But surely there will be a FTP server compatible with ReactOS, too. However I'm not able to test cause I'd need a pppoe driver for ReactOS.

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Post by Headstrong »

gasmann wrote: Sorry :oops:
But surely there will be a FTP server compatible with ReactOS, too. However I'm not able to test cause I'd need a pppoe driver for ReactOS.
you may have come across this http://www.raspppoe.com/

it is not GPL,but it might work.(or expose a bug)

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Post by gge »

Accordilng this Wiki section , 32MB RAM are required .
But nothing is mentionned about the min CPU .

http://reactos.com/wiki/index.php/Installing_ReactOS

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Post by roytam »

you can try TinyFTPd for FTP service and Tiny HTTP Server for HTTP service.

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Post by sherpya »

what about filezilla server?

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Post by ScoTTie »

sherpya wrote:what about filezilla server?
Last time i checked it didnt work, but i assume that it being the best open source ftpd for windows it'll be targeted to get it working.

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