There is a way to avoid the message. Simply append the 2FA code at the end of your password, separated by a forward slash.
So for example, if your password is "secret" and your 2FA code is "1234", type "secret/1234" in the password field.
We'll try to add it as a hint along side the popup message.
It is already possible. Please see "$config['app']['login']['restrict_ip']" on this page http://docs.filerun.com/advanced_configuration
armv7l is a 32 bit CPU thus you are running a 32 bit platform. You're file size handling will be limited to around 4GB and all larger files will be, as you can see, unmanageable. You should consider switching to a 64 bit platform if you wish to have support for these large files.
P.S. I will remove your posted screenshots as they contain information you might not want to have public.
Your report doesn't provide any troubleshooting information. Please specify the server type, the file system used, the PHP version, also the location inside FileRun where you took that screenshot from, as one cannot see if that's a regular folder or perhaps a search result.
The control panel sections can be accessed directly using a link like this: http://www.your-site.com/filerun/?module=cpanel#section
Where section can be any of the following: users, groups, roles, alogs, wlinks, spacequota, trafficquota, importusers, exportusers, interfaceoptions, emailsettings, emailnotifications, emaillogs,filespreview, filesplugins, filespluginsdefaults, indexing, filesmisc, metadata, metadatafieldsets, loginsettings, passpolicy, oauth, oauthclients, misc, thirdparty, update, license
The change will be available with the upcoming software update.
A default PHP installation needs to be configured with a timezone, otherwise any date/time related functions (such as displaying a file's creation and modification date) fail. PHP developers let this up to each admin, to set its correct time zone. If your server isn't configured with one (although it should), or if you are using a hosting server located on different time zone, please use this guide: http://docs.filerun.com/time_zone
You have an option for choosing the type of display the link should have:
We'll consider adding the logo on the link pages as well. Thank you for the feature request!
The URL serving the background image can be dynamic and even though that one doesn't change, the served image can. Here's an example: https://source.unsplash.com/
"https://source.unsplash.com/random" will get you a random new pic every time.
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