HFS (HTTP File Server) Alternatives for Linux

Popular Alternatives to HFS (HTTP File Server) for Linux. Explore 13 Linux apps like HFS (HTTP File Server), all suggested and ranked by the AlternativeTo user community.

You can use HFS (HTTP File Server) to send and receive files. Its different from classic file sharing because it uses web technology to be more compatible with todays Internet. If your looking for more info about HFS (HTTP File Server) like screenshots, reviews and comments you should visit our info page about it. Below you find the best alternatives.

The list of alternatives was last updated: 11/5/2018 3:30:00 PM

Alternatives to HFS (HTTP File Server) for Linux with any license

  • pyget

    This addon aims to provide a convenient solution to securely transmit books, music, movies, and applications between different devices directly without the need to install either an internal or external plugin. It uses webRTC technology to deliver files in a secure peer-to-peer connection without a server being involved in the file transmission. In this technology, a server (signaling sever) is only used to locate peers (end-user computers).

    Free Mac Windows Linux Web

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  • Droopy

    Say you’re chatting with a friend on MSN Messenger (perhaps with the excellent pidgin ?). She wants to send you amazing photos she took last week-end, so she uses Messenger file transfer. Unfortunately, the zip file is over 50 MB and it’s painfully slow. Now relax, droopy comes to rescue. You can use it on Unix (Linux, BSD, MacOSX) and Windows. Droopy is a python script so you’ll need to have Python installed. Droopy is a command-line program.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • Feem

    "Hi. My Name is Feem. I happen to be the best local file transfer app on Earth." Feem works like Bluetooth; but 50X faster. Feem sends files instantly from one device to another without passing through the Internet. Superhero Features: The Flash: Super Speed Transfer large files in record time. Feem is 50 times faster than Bluetooth. And around twice as fast as Dropbox. Superman: Unlimited File Transfers Transfer large files without breaking the bank.

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  • SuperBeam

    SuperBeam is the easiest and fastest way to share large files between Android devices using WiFi direct. Devices can be paired using QR codes (with the included QR code scanner) , NFC or manual sharing key (PRO). No more clicks and manual approvals for connections. SuperBeam makes file sharing as convenient and fast as it should have been, because it is 2014 already! Features: • Blazing fast transfer speeds using WiFi direct. • Pair devices using NFC or QR code scanning.

    Freemium Mac Windows Linux Android Android Tablet

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  • LanXchange

    A simple tool for spontaneous, local network file transfers. Supports Windows, Mac and Linux PCs and Android phones. Features - No setup required - Automatically detects files offered by other computers and displays them - Can transfer single files, folders or a combination of both - Allows transfers between different platforms/operating systems - Transfers files as fast as your home network allows to

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Android Android Tablet

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  • Kangee

    Kangee - the easy-to-use Open-Source Personal On-Demand Fileserver. Your communication partner only needs a browser to download or upload files to you. Use it by exchanging links Kangee generates for you.

    • Discontinued The program is no longer updated. Last version, 0.18, released in 2010, can be still downloaded from the official website.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux

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  • FuguHub

    FuguHub lets you set up and operate your own secure file-sharing site, even if you're not a techie. FuguHub is an easy-to-use server that runs either on your own computer/device or on your own private online cloud/VPS server. FEATURES Create your own private or your own multiuser file storage system, and share files with friends, family, or business colleagues. Create and run your own website, blog, and forum without paying an outside firm to host it.

    Free Personal Mac Windows Linux Self-Hosted Raspberry Pi

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  • weborf

    Weborf is a lightweight webserver designed to rapidly share directories. Runs on POSIX systems.

    Free Open Source Mac Windows Linux Self-Hosted

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  • EON ZFS Storage

    What is EON? Embedded Operating system/Networking is a small operating system, built on Solaris, designed to store any amount of digital data on Intel/AMD (x86) hardware, using the amazing, enterprise class Zettabyte File System. Why use EON? Because it offers rock solid, reliable, enterprise featured storage, with unlimited filesystem snapshots(version-ing or rollback points), transparent filesystem compression and de-duplication (duplicate elimination).

    Free Personal Linux

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  • mini_httpd

    A small HTTP server with SSL, directory listings, virtual hosting and CGI. It is available in Debian's and Ubuntu's repositories as package "mini-httpd" and on Alpine Linux as package "mini_httpd".

    Free Open Source Linux BSD

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  • Teleporter

    Teleporter is a email-based web application designed to trasfer large files between co-workers, customers and guests. It supports distribution lists, password protection, and external user with limited permissions. All files are stored in a temporary, automatically cleaned directory.

    • Discontinued Website/service non-functional.

    Commercial Mac Windows Linux

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