Web interface copy files (Linux)?

Good afternoon.

Appeared the need for a custom task, you can certainly build something in the hand on the knee, but don't necessarily want to deal with coding that may already exist.

In General, the task and the details are as follows:
There is a machine on Linux (any distro), the machine without a monitor\keyboard\mouse.
Occasionally in the car pick up a USB data drive.
Purpose - the data to copy to the internal drive in a folder that is shared via smb.

Actually I would like a web interface for these purposes, seems to me the only two functions that this user's authorization by login and password and choose which daddy where to copy...

Perhaps there is something already ready? webmin, even though he's a monster, can I see it?

Thanks for the help.
September 26th 19 at 11:49
3 answers
September 26th 19 at 11:51
From ready-made to my taste the most flexible this actually set yourself, such as Filezilla, log in via sftp (even do not need to put, access like ssh) and copy what you need.
September 26th 19 at 11:53
1) What's wrong with SSH and run mc?
2) If you really just want the web, it is possible to look towards web shells.
3) But agugliastra special software to do this: phpfm.sourceforge.net
4) don't forget to close the directory with scripts using htpasswd ;)
Good luck.
1) Users are not able to manage...
2) Looking for just something like that :)
3) Thanks for the link! Interface rip glasny of course, but you can try...
4) Safety first :)
Thanks for the tip! - Haleigh.Bruen commented on September 26th 19 at 11:56
September 26th 19 at 11:55
I can something did not understand, but if your folder is already shared, then what's the problem to copy from this ball with Clint? Podrujilis to it from a specific user who is allowed write access and forward.
All clients are closed USB ports, this is all just for the purpose of safe entry of critical data to the private network.
This linux terminal employee access usb sticks data disk, lehenetsia under a will and transfers these data to the local disk to the private network, from where you clients will be able with these data to work.
All this to avoid possible data leak. - Haleigh.Bruen commented on September 26th 19 at 11:58
now I get it). If there is an employee with access, then it the burden of responsibility to copy... highlight in the organization 1 open the usb terminal. put SSH client and make clear instructions by pressing the 3 button. For copying files is similar to using the same TotalCommander. - Haleigh.Bruen commented on September 26th 19 at 12:01

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