Activate WebDAV in Seafile

2022/12/30 by Paulo Pereira

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Activate WebDAV in Seafile

I turned off WebDAV in Seafile some time ago because it wasn’t working.

Can’t remember the issue itself, but I wasn’t actively using it so…

I’m now in version 9.0.13. Here’s how I enable it.

Make sure you have pycryptodome installed.

sudo pip install pycryptodome==3.12.0

Activate WebDAV in seafdav.conf

enabled = true
port = 8888
share_name = /seafdav
show_repo_id = true

Configure ProxyPassReverse in Apache. In my case /etc/httpd/conf/extra/httpd-vhosts.conf

<Location /seafdav>
RequestHeader edit Destination ^https: http:

If you have 2FA configured you can’t login via WebDAV. The trick is to activate a different password for WebDAV. In the following.



sudo systemctl restart seafile
sudo systemctl restart seahub

Now in Seafile, in Setting you have a new option to add a password for WebDAV.

You can access WebDAV with https://yourdomain/seafdav