I run a file server on a Raspberry Pi at home. Also at home on another Raspberry PI; I'm running Openelec Kodi.
The instance that I'm envisioning is where my (not-very-tech-savvy) wife is at home wanting to watch a video clip that I have on my file server. I'm at work and want to copy it from the file-server to the Kodi for her.
The problem is that I need now to copy the file over the network to the other Pi running Kodi. Ideally I'd like to use the Samba to achieve this.
The file server is running a headless Jessie (Raspbian) install. I have a number of other things running on it: a web server, owncloud, transmission and a few other scripts.
What I'd like to have is a web interface to a commander-like (think Norton Commander / Total Commander / etc) interface that I could use to copy/move/delete files between a samba server and the local OS (preferably running on a non-commonly-used port).
- Browser Interface
- Copy/Move files from local OS to remote PC
- Must be user controlled (not a periodically run rsync)
- Interface must run on a non-standard port (I'm using 80 for something already)
- I'd prefer it to use Samba, but ftp would also be OK
- Progress bars!
Does this exist?