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== Basic System Features == == Applications ==

With !FreedomBox, you can:

 * Access your !FreedomBox from the public Internet (Pagekite, Tor, Dynamic DNS)
 * Upload and share files (ownCloud)
 * Chat with a friend (XMPP)
 * Manage your bookmarks (Shaarli)
 * Host a conference call (Mumble)
 * Publish a blog (Ikiwiki)
 * Block ads while browsing the web (Privoxy)
 * Check your email (Roundcube)
 * Transfer large files (Deluge, Transmission)

== System and Configuration ==
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 * Manage users and groups
 * Single sign-on support for XMPP and Ikiwiki
 * Add users and set access privileges
 * Use a single login for Plinth, XMPP, Ikiwiki, and SSH.
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 * Automatic software upgrades
 * Diagnostic tests
 * Firewall
   * Automatic operation when services are enabled or disabled
   * Status display for each service and port
 * Network time server and time zone configuration
 * Service discovery

== Available Apps ==

=== Web Apps ===

 * JWChat: XMPP Web Client
 * Deluge: !BitTorrent Web Client
 * Transmission: !BitTorrent Web Client
 * Shaarli: Bookmarks Web App
 * Roundcube: Email Web Client
 * ownCloud: File Hosting Web App
 * Ikiwiki: Wiki & Blog Web App

=== Other Services ===

 * Tor: Anonymity Network
   * Hidden service to provide a .onion address for web apps
   * Download software packages over Tor
   * Tor SOCKS port available
 * Ejabberd: XMPP Chat Server
 * DynamicDNS Client
 * !PageKite: Public Visibility Service
 * Mumble: Voice Chat Server
 * Privoxy: Web Proxy Service
 * Upgrade software packages automatically
 * Run diagnostic tests
 * View which services are allowed through the firewall
 * Configure time zone and network time service
 * Configure service discovery

Translation(s): - ?Deutsch- English - ?Français

Features

Here is a list of user-facing features that have been implemented in FreedomBox. You can also check FreedomBox introduction and supported hardware related pages.

Applications

With FreedomBox, you can:

  • Access your FreedomBox from the public Internet (Pagekite, Tor, Dynamic DNS)

  • Upload and share files (ownCloud)
  • Chat with a friend (XMPP)
  • Manage your bookmarks (Shaarli)
  • Host a conference call (Mumble)
  • Publish a blog (Ikiwiki)
  • Block ads while browsing the web (Privoxy)
  • Check your email (Roundcube)
  • Transfer large files (Deluge, Transmission)

System and Configuration

  • Configure hostname and domain name
  • Add users and set access privileges
  • Use a single login for Plinth, XMPP, Ikiwiki, and SSH.
  • Manage network connections (Ethernet / Wi-Fi / PPPoE)
  • Upgrade software packages automatically
  • Run diagnostic tests
  • View which services are allowed through the firewall
  • Configure time zone and network time service
  • Configure service discovery


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