uhttpd

Nick Saika (nesv)

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A laughably-small HTTP server

The only thing uhttpd is good for, is serving static content. It has no fancy bells, or whistles, like virtual host, or CGI support. All it does is host static files out of a directory for you.

If you are looking for the [uhttpd][1] that ships with OpenWRT, you are in the wrong place.

[1]: https://wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/http.uhttpd

Snap-specific Information

Customize the listening port(Default: 80):

 sudo snap set uhttpd listening-port=8080

Customize the serving directory(Default: /var/snap/uhttpd/common) (EXPERIMENTAL, likely won't work):

 sudo snap set uhttpd document-root-dir=/media/USB

Toggle output of access logging(Default: false):

 sudo snap set uhttpd enable-access-log=true

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Details for uhttpd

License
MIT
Last updated
21 April 2019

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