Learn how to configure UNA for use with Filebase.
UNA is short for Unified Networking Applications, which encompasses a combination of web applications, databases, server apps, and a supporting ecosystem. It enables the creation of a community website that can serve as a social network, business collaboration hub, or any multi-user system with different memberships, roles, content types, and permissions that define community rules. UNA can also function as a conventional CMS or blogging platform for content publishing, but its real strength lies in networking, including social networking, business networking, and device networking.
Read below to learn how to use UNA with Filebase.
The contents of the UNA folder should be placed in the
public_htmlfolder on your web server.
You will be prompted to install UNA. Through the installation process, confirm that the permissions on your web server are configured correctly, along with other factors like site paths and site info.
Your UNA instance will show the UNA homepage.
This is important because Filebase only supports AWS v4 Signatures.
- AWS Access Key: Your Filebase Access Key
- AWS Secret Key: Your Filebase Secret Key
- AWS Bucket: Your Filebase Bucket Name
- AWS Custom Domain: Leave Empty to use the default
- Signature Version: v4
- Region: us-east-1