Simple client for linx-server
Uses a json configuration and logfile (for storing deletion keys of uploads)
- Upload file and store deletion key
- Upload from stdin and store deletion key
- Overwrite file using stored deletion key
- Delete file using stored deletion key
- Sha256sum client-server matching
Get release and run
- Grab the latest binary from the releases
When you first run linx-client, you will be prompted to configure the instance url, logfile path and api keys.
$ ./linx-client Configuring linx-client Site url (ex: https://linx.example.com/): https://linx.example.com/ Logfile path (ex: ~/.linxlog): ~/.linxlog API key (leave blank if instance is public): Configuration written at ~/.config/linx-client.conf
$ linx-client path/to/file.ext https://linx.example.com/file.ext
-f file.ext-- Specify a desired filename (if different from the actual one)
-r-- Randomize filename
-e 600-- Time until file expires in seconds
-deletekey mysecret-- Specify deletion key
-o-- Overwrite file if you have its deletion key
-accesskey mykey-- Specify access key
-c myconfig.json-- Use non-default config file (can be useful if using more than one linx-server instance). This option will create a config if file does not exist.
-no-cb-- Disable automatic insertion into clipboard
-selif-- Return selif url (direct url)
Upload from stdin
$ echo "hello there" | linx-client - https://linx.example.com/random.txt
Note: you can specify the
-f flag to specify a filename as such:
$ echo "hello there" | linx-client -f hello.txt - https://linx.example.com/hello.txt
Assuming you have previously uploaded
file.ext using linx-client (so that you have its deletion key), you can replace the file as such:
$ linx-client -o file.ext https://linx.example.com/file.ext
$ linx-client -d https://linx.example.com/file.ext Deleted https://linx.example.com/file.ext
Copyright (C) 2015 Andrei Marcu
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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Andrei Marcu, http://andreim.net/