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
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 disable matching files with .htm(l) suffix for paths without suffix.
address:port for the service to listen on. The address can be omitted
:8080) to bind all addresses.
If this option empty or null, the service will not be started.
the directory to serve content from. it's set to
$SNAP_COMMON if not
removable-media interface is connected, paths under
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.
Generate an embeddable card to be shared on external websites.
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