Static web server using the builtin Go http library.
It supports HTTP/2 and TLS.
This snap provides both an
h2static command that can be run by any user,
with access to the user home directory, and a system-wide daemon service.
The service can be configured with the following options (via
allow access to symlinks whose target is outside of the
serve-path. This is disabled by default since it might be a security issue.
content of the crednetials file for Basic Authorization. Each line should contain colon-separated pair of username and SHA512 hash of the password.
set to true to disable HTTP/2 support.
set to true to disable directory index.
set to true to disable disable matching files with .htm(l) suffix for paths without suffix.
address:portfor the service to listen on. The address can be omitted (e.g.
:8080) to bind all addresses.
If this option empty or null, the service will not be started.
a path prefix to be stripped for the request. This is mostly useful in the case where the server is behind a reverse proxy with a prefix set.
the directory to serve content from. it's set to
$SNAP_COMMONif not specified.
removable-mediainterface is connected, paths under
/mediacan also be used.
set to true to show hidden files (starting with a dot).
ASCII contents of the TLS certificate and key. If both are set, HTTPS support will be enabled.