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RearSite is a Web publishing tool that lets users manage files from a WWW interface and update their personal home pages without using any commercial product or FTP. A logged-in user has access to his home directory and is able to delete, rename, and create documents. RearSite is able to upload WWW directories previously created (using any editor). It's very easy to transfer and install archives (ZIP, tar, or tar.gz). Users can set up HTTP access rights to their directories, share those directories with trusted users, and create per directory forums and chats for groupware or distance learning.


Download version 2.6 (stable)
released on 21 February 2002



LicenseVerified byVerified onNotes
PublicDomainJanet Casey13 December 2001

Leaders and contributors

François Dagorn Maintainer

Resources and communication

Audience Resource type URI
Bug Tracking,Developer,Support E-mail

Software prerequisites

Kind Description
Required to use mod_fastcgi
Required to use FCGI
Weak prerequisite auth_ldap
Required to use
Weak prerequisite Perl-LDAP
Required to use MD5
Required to use libwww-perl
Required to use FastCGI compliant HTTP server (Apache v1.3 or higher)

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 21 February 2002.


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