Manual Reference Pages - HTICK (1)
htick - Husky File-Ticker
htick [-q] [-c config-file] <command>
-h Print program name, version and usage information to screen and exit.
-v Print program name and version to screen and exit.
-q Quiet mode: dont print any messages to screen
-c config-file Specify alternate config file
htick reads *.tic Files in your Protected Inbound. According to the Information
/fBhtick/fR gets out of that *.tic Files it will process the received archives
and sort them into the filebase.
htick has a builtin FileFix. A FileFix helps your users to maintain their area-subscriptions
without your interaction.
htick could send files to FileEchos. This is called "to /fIhatch/fR" a File.
htick makes a complete Filelist of your Filebase.
htick could tell you and your neigbours which files arrived. It could announce to
a specified echo or in a file (so you could process this file with some
This manual page was written for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution
because the original program does not have a manual page.
toss Reading *.tic and tossing files.
scan Scanning Netmail area for mails to filefix.
hatch <file> <area> [<description>] Hatch File <file> in in Area <area> with optional description.
filelist <file> [<dirlist>] Generate filelist which includes all files in Filebase.
<dirlist> - list of paths to files from filelist.
send <file> <filearea> <address> Send file from filearea to address.
clean Clean passthrough dir and old files in fileechos.
announce <area> Announce new files in area (toss and hatch).
annfecho <file> Announce new fileecho in text file.
replace [<filemask>] Hatch file into Area, using Description for file, if exist "replace",
then fill replace field in TIC; if not exist <filemask>, then put <file>
/usr/local/etc/fido/config Default Fidoconfig.
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about the Husky-Team take a look at
Not all features are implemented yet, you are welcome to implement them :)
This manual page was written by Joerg Jaspert (JJ) <email@example.com>,
for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
|09 July 2002 ||HTICK (1) ||Husky Tick v1.1.0 |
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