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Deezer user uploaded MP3s as a cloud storage.
Deezcloud is currently hosted at: https://cloud.shibe.rocks
cd client/ npm install npm run build
This will put the generated files in
client/dist directory, which is also used as static dir for the server.
npm install node server.js
This will start the server on port
16969, you can modify it by changing top lines in
Reverse proxy / Cloudflare DNS IMPORTANT:
If you plan to use this with reverse proxy or Cloudflare DNS, you might get
413 error while uploading.
This is caused by limiting the maximum upload body size. You can fix this in
nginx by adding
client_max_body_size 0; to the config.
Deezer limits each song to be max 200MB, and max 2000 songs (=400GB). If you upload any file above 200MB it will be automatically split during upload and joined while downloading.
Range HTTP headers, so streaming should be possible.
Francesco - logo, design, tester
uhwot - idea