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Features

Implemented

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:

System and Configuration

  • Configure system name and interface language (Configure)

  • Obtain a certificate for your domain (Let's Encrypt)

  • Add users and set access privileges (Users and Groups)

  • Use a single login for Plinth, XMPP, Ikiwiki and SSH
  • Manage network connections over Ethernet, Wi-Fi, or PPPoE (Networks)

  • Upgrade software packages automatically (Software Upgrades)

  • Run diagnostic tests (Diagnostics)

  • View which services are allowed through the firewall (Firewall)

  • Configure time zone and network time service (Date and Time)

  • Configure service discovery (Service Discovery)

  • View disk information or expand a partition (Disks)

  • Create and restore filesystem snapshots (Snapshots)

  • Provide DNS service for your local network (bind)

  • Do system administration from a web interface (Cockpit)

  • Backup your data (Backups)

  • Manage storage devices (Storage)

Planned

These features are planned for upcoming releases.

  • Run your own federated social networking server (diaspora*)

  • Host your photos and videos (?MediaGoblin)

  • Run your micro-blogging social network (GNU Social, Mastodon, Pleroma)

  • Email server
  • Scheduled backups
  • Manage and share your bookmarks (Shaarli)

Applications available in each Release

Application

Description

Debian 9 (Stretch)

Debian 10 (Buster)

Comment

Tor

Anonymity Network

(./)

(./)

I2P

Anonymity Network

{X}

{X}

added in buster-backports

Transmission

BitTorrent Web Client

(./)

(./)

Deluge

BitTorrent Web Client

(./)

(./)

Minetest

Block Sandbox

(./)

(./)

Radicale

Calendar and Addressbook

(./)

(./)

JSXC

Chat Client

(./)

(./)

ejabberd

Chat Server

(./)

(./)

Matrix Synapse

Chat Server

{X}

(./)

Roundcube

Email Client

(./)

(./)

Coquelicot

File Sharing

{X}

{X}

MLDonkey

File Sharing

{X}

(./)

infinoted

Gobby Server

(./)

(./)

Quassel

IRC Client

(./)

(./)

Tiny Tiny RSS

News Feed Reader

{X}

(./)

repro

SIP Server

(./)

{X}

Shadowsocks

SOCKS5 proxy

{X}

(./)

OpenVPN

Virtual Private Network

(./)

(./)

Mumble

Voice Chat

(./)

(./)

Privoxy

Web Proxy

(./)

(./)

Searx

Web Search

{X}

(./)

MediaWiki

Wiki

{X}

(./)

ikiwiki

Wiki and Blog

(./)

(./)


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