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ByteHoard is a remote file storage system that provides a Web-based interface for users to upload, download, edit, delete, and share their files. It uses a database for user details, registrations, etc., and needs PHP 4 or higher. It has a fully-featured admin interface, along with moderated registrations, automatic email notification, and template-based layouts.

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Recent releases

  •  06 Jul 2006 04:54

    Release Notes: This is the first release in the new 3.0 series. It contains many new features, although many features that will be present in the final release are still missing. Note that this version also contains an unfinished storage format, and as such is only for evaluation; data won't be portable to the next alpha.

    •  20 Aug 2005 09:48

      Release Notes: This version features group editing, FileMail improvements, miscellaneous bugfixes and feature additions, minor interface improvements, quota support, and support for upgrading from version 2.0.

      •  01 Aug 2005 11:56

        Release Notes: This version introduces unique, time-expiring links (FileMail), more administrator options, including a skin changer, the ability to change your password and personal details, moderated registrations, and many bugfixes. It is also more intelligent in the face of human error.

        •  14 Apr 2005 21:21

          Release Notes: This is almost an all-new codebase with faster, nicer, and easier to use code and interface. It's still alpha, so not all features are present, but it is usable.

          •  20 Jul 2004 22:46

            Release Notes: ByteHoard 2.0.0 is the result of a complete rewrite of the ByteHoard code, allowing more features, stability, and flexibility. The major improvements include a revamped administration center, a module-based system for easy extension of the system, and a new theme.


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