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Manual Reference Pages  -  TUCAN (1)

NAME

tucan - download and upload manager for hosting sites

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

tucan [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

Tucan is a free and open source application designed for automatic management of downloads and uploads at hosting sites like:

rapidshare.com, megaupload.com, gigasize.com, mediafire.com, 4shared.com, sendspace.com, zshare.net, filefactory.com, easy-share.com, badongo.com, depositfiles.com, hotfile.com, uploading.com, storage.to, fileserve.com, ...

OPTIONS

Tucan can be used through a Graphical User Interface (GUI) or through a Command Line Interface (CLI). Running Tucan without options starts its GUI but with options starts its CLI.

The following options are to use Tucan through its CLI.

Generic Program Information

-h, --help
Print a usage message briefly summarizing these command-line options and then exit.

-V, --version

Print the version number of Tucan to the standard output. This version number should be included in all bug reports.

Configuration Options

-w TYPE, --wizard=TYPE
Configure some Tucan options. Available TYPEs:
- accounts option to configure premium accounts.
- services option to enable/disable services.
- updates option to launch the Update Manager.

-C, --clear

Remove all configuration of Tucan (remove $HOME/.tucan/).

Common Options

-c, --cli
option to launch the CLI with interactivity.

-d, --daemon

option to launch the CLI without interactivity.

-v, --verbose

option to display all log messages in the CLI with interactivity (by default only shows the log messages >= INFO).

Download Options

-i FILE, --input-links=FILE
import links from FILE.

The FILE format is pretty simple:

- Plain text.
- A link per line.
- Lines beginning with # are ignored (are treated as comments).

FILES

$HOME/.tucan/tucan.conf
Tucan settings.

$HOME/.tucan/tucan.log

Tucan log.

EXAMPLES

Update services:
tucan --wizard updates
or
tucan -w updates

Enable (or Disable) services:
tucan --wizard services

or
tucan -w services

and follow the instructions on screen.

Configure (or Reconfigure) premium accounts:
tucan --wizard accounts

or
tucan -w accounts

and follow the instructions on screen.

Simple download with interactivity (see above for FILE format):
tucan --cli --input-links FILE.txt

or
tucan -c -i FILE.txt

Simple download without interactivity (see above for FILE format):
tucan --daemon --input-links FILE.txt

or
tucan -d -i FILE.txt

SEE ALSO

<http://tucaneando.com/>
<http://doc.tucaneando.com/>
<http://blog.tucaneando.com/>
<http://forums.tucaneando.com/>
<https://forja.rediris.es/projects/cusl3-tucan/>

COPYRIGHT

(C) 2008-2010 The Tucan Project.
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GPL TUCAN (1) November 10, 2008

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