publishr is a simple server which will allow remote users to upload files, which are then hosted.
Think of it like your own version of imgur:
- Files of any type may be uploaded, not just images.
- Files are served with the correct MIME.type.
- Uploads are protected via TOTP-authentication.
Installation should be simple, if you have a working go environment:
go get github.com/skx/go-experiments cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/skx/go-experiments/publishr/ go get -d ./... go install .
The fetching and building are split into two steps because the code is installed in a sub-directory.
Generate a secret:
~$ publishr init
Now look at the secret:
~$ publishr secret Configure your authenticator-client with the secret 3RWVRVJM3Y====== For example: oathtool --totp -b 3RWVRVJM3Y======
Finally upload your first file:
~$ curl --header "X-Auth:123456" -X POST -F file=@$HOME/image.jpg https://public.example.org/upload http://public.example.org/1P
NOTE #1: Note the X-Auth header has been set to a valid code.
NOTE #2: We assume you've placed a reverse-proxy in front of your server, as it would otherwise only listen on 127.0.0.1:8081.