That is a new feature. We cannot guess/see if an add-on is exposed to the outside world. Secondly, the community add-ons project now forces security, which can be lowered, but that is your effort. One should do effort in lowering security setting, not the other way around.
That does make sense. Better safe than sorry i guess
- Upgrades base image to v2.1.2
- Small README correction
- Upgrades base image to v2.3.0
- Adds Hassio API security role
- Upgrades openssl to 1.0.2p-r0
- Fix typo (#3) (@antoni-k)
- Fixes spelling error in Dockerfile
- Removes BountySource links
- Removes Anchore.io links
- Updates maintenance year to 2019
- Refactor of GitLab CI
- Upgrades gcc to 6.4.0-r9
- Upgrades openssl to 1.0.2q-r0
- Upgrades add-on base image to 2.3.1
- Configure Renovate (#6)
- Replaces add-on link with GitHub link
Thnaks for the great addon !
My FTP addon can start but how can I reach the soerd files? I have share drive, but I can not see the files.
Is there a way to set the config/www/ directory ?
I can seee only thi sin the logs: MKDIR: Client “192.168.2.111”, “/RobyCam”
THx for the help.
Can you please add so it can run a tftp server, it would be great if it had tftp server so it can be used to upgrade iot and routers and also be used to recover iot and router and other devices that needs a tftp server to make a recovery, like UniFi and other ubiquiti devices and Cisco devices