Module File Manager

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Module name Gestionnaire de fichier
Editor / Editeur DoliCloud -
Download or buy page / Page achat ou téléchargement
Status / Statut / Estado Stable
Prerequisites / Prérequis Dolibarr min version 3.1.0   
Last update date / Date mise à jour fiche / Fecha última actualización 2020-11-17
Note / Nota


Add a file manager into Dolibarr.


Your PHP web server must have permissions to access directory you want to browse (this may need to edit your php.ini file or to change file system permissions).


  • Download archive file of module (.zip file) from web site or from any other source.
  • Install module into the custom folder of Dolibarr:
    • Go to Home - Setup - Modules - Deploy/install external app/module
    • Upload the file. Note: If it fails, you can manually unzip the file into the custom directory from command line: Go into the *custom* directory and uncompress file with command unzip
  • Module is ready to be activated and used.


To use this module, you must first enable it using an administrator account, via the menu option "Home - Setup - Modules".

Choose the tab where the module is listed. Then click on "Activate".

The module is now activated.

If a cog icon appears Cog circle.svg on module thumb or at end of the line of the module, click on it to access the setup page specific to the module.

Ensuite, sur la page de configuration du module, ajouter une racine de répertoire à voir par le gestionnaire de fichier. Saisissez une nom et un chemin (par exemple / ou c:/ pour avoir une vue depuis la racine de votre disque)


  • Go into top menu File Manager added by activating module.
  • Click on left menu to choose root to explore.
  • Navigate.


The development of this module is not included inside the standard GIT repository of Dolibarr but inside a repository dedicated to modules not supported by the Dolibarr development team but supported by DoliCloud team:

Note that the code of all modules developed by DoliCloud team are presents in the same repository (1 sub-directory of htdocs = 1 module). They are all Open Source modules.