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  • Check it here:
    http://kfm.verens.com/

    Its the best one I found, and works great as the front-end resource browser/editor.
    Maybe I’ll try to integrate it with MODx Manager if I find some time next week...
    • Any ideas why safe_mode is not supported? (under "requirements")

      • Quote from: ganeshXL at Feb 13, 2008, 04:42 PM

        Any ideas why safe_mode is not supported? (under "requirements")

        Don’t know, my host properly virtualizes servers so safe_mode is always off...
        • Safe_mode checks to make sure the user the script is running on is the same user as the owner of the file the script is trying to access. So a file manager would have big problems if it’s running as the usual "apache" user and is trying to do file access stuff on a bunch of files owned by your ftp user.

          It does have a lot of other possible settings as well to control access to various things.

          However, it’s a kludgy way of trying to cover for insecure server configurations, and will be eliminated in PHP 6.

          http://il2.php.net/features.safe-mode
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          • I am pretty sure I already saw a discussion about this one and Jeff tested and dismissed it...
            That’s why he did something else which is the AjaxFileManager which will undoubtedly replace the horrid MCPUK we currently have, once bugs are ironed out...
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            • Quote from: sottwell at Feb 14, 2008, 09:09 AM

              However, it’s a kludgy way of trying to cover for insecure server configurations, and will be eliminated in PHP 6.
              http://il2.php.net/features.safe-mode

              So, how many interested people here run in safe mode right now?
              • Quote from: davidm at Feb 14, 2008, 09:16 AM

                I am pretty sure I already saw a discussion about this one and Jeff tested and dismissed it...
                That’s why he did something else which is the AjaxFileManager which will undoubtedly replace the horrid MCPUK we currently have, once bugs are ironed out...

                My users love tagging support in KFM, that’s why AjaxFileManager is probably not an option.
                How does it handle multiple file upload? Next version of KFM will be featuring fancy SFWupload...