BXR File Management System ver 0.6.5

  BXR File Management System
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BXR is an open source, ruby on rails file management system. It is based off of Boxroom, an open source file management project. BXR allows you to create folders, users, and groups, and assign permissions, so you can secure different folder and file s. You can also search for file s and folders, either by keyword, or by file content. Organization of files is easy! Besides being able to upload files to different folders, you can also add specific tags/labels to each file.

Features
Easy-To-Use User Interface
Create Users, Groups, and Folders
Assign Group Priveleges for File/Folder Protection
Tag/Label Files for better organization
Ferret Support for File Content Indexing & Searching

 

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