Pydio 6.2.1 / New Linux Repositories

Created on 2015/12/09
We are pleased to announce the immediate availability of Pydio Core 6.2.1 and Pydio Enterprise Distribution 6.2.1. This fixes some minor compatibility issues mostly on "non-standard" plugins following the previous major release 6.2.0.

Pydio at Paris Republique

Created on 2015/11/16, Paris
Following the terrorist attacks on Friday November 13, Pydio remains committed to providing support to our clients. Response times may be delayed.

Welcome to the new

Created on 2015/11/11,, welcome, registration, forum
We have published a brand new site combining the former purely Community site and our enterprise site. We hope you'll really enjoy the new overhauled experience, as it has been entirely reorganized to make finding the information you are looking for easier on you.

News for Current Clients

Created on 2015/11/10, enterprise distribution, community
Pydio Enterprise Distribution: you talked, we listened. We have incorporated your feedback and feature requests into a brand new product called Pydio Enterprise Distribution. What are your options as an current client?

AjaXplorer becomes Pydio!

Created on 2013/09/30
Fellow community members, I am glad to announce a new start for AjaXplorer. After five years of intense development, releasing version 5 triggered a great acceleration for the project during the past few months. You sent a lot of feedbacks and opinions, and this was an essential drive for the new stuff we announce today.

Welcome to the new!

Created on 2013/06/07
We are proud to release today a new version of the website, along with the major release of AjaXplorer! Appart from the look'n'feel (you may have already noticed it is now responsive), the most important changes are described below.

Red Hat Storage Deployment

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Linux Official Packages are up-to-date

Created on 2012/07/10
For those of you that are not necessarily in the tweeter loop, just a quick note to draw your attention on the now up-to-date and signed linux packages for both Enterprise Linux 6 distributions (RHEL, CentOS, Scientific Linux) and Debian based (Debian Squeeze & Ubuntu 12 tested successfully).

How-to : going further with custom variables

Created on 2012/02/07
Thanks to David Robinson contribution, there is now a new tutorial available in the "Administrators" Documentation, teaching how to use the "Conf" driver CUSTOM_DATA field to automatize custom keywords replacement in both the repositories options, and on the GUI as well, using the action.skeleton plugin. Nice work David!

Dreamhost now using AjaXplorer

Created on 2011/12/10
As featured in their monthly newsletter, the major american hosting provider Dreamhost has replace the old net2ftp solution by AjaXplorer for their webftp solution. Nice demonstration of how auth.ftp & access.ftp drivers can be used to transform AjaXplorer into a generic FTP client in the browser! And of course, nice demonstration of the fiability of the software.