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Open Source version of something like rapidshare

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I'm looking for something like rapidshare that I can build on my own.

My needs are basic:

Simple interface.  User goes to a url, clicks a button to upload a file and gets a URL to share with people.
Needs to support SSL.
Doesn't list files already on the server.
I don't want people to need a login to download files from the URL.

I've searched and I really can't find anything.  Anyone know of anything close to what I want?
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Mini File Host is good.  I also found http://www.paknpost.org/ which adds an encryption and virus scanning option.

I'll let you know what I go with.
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