imgurbash2 is a simple bash script that allows you to upload images to imgur. Once an image is uploaded, the link is displayed on the terminal and copied to your clipboard (see below or refer to the manual).
Tested on Linux, macOS and FreeBSD.
- Upload remote HTTP/HTTPS images to imgur.
- Upload multiple images at one go.
- Upload images to your album and to your account.
- Delete previously uploaded images.
- Automatically images deletion.
- Copy uploaded images' URLs to clipboard.
Upload the images named cow.png and fish.jpg to imgur:
imgurbash2 cow.png https://myserver.io/fish.jpg
The above command will output something like this:
http://i.imgur.com/HDVh123.png (Delete Hash = mo02q3r) http://i.imgur.com/QCfh256.png (Delete Hash = blub1qx)
The outputted links are the URLs of the uploaded images. Such URLs are copied to your clipboard if the right programs are installed.
Upload To Your Album
Upload the image named cow.png to your imgur album:
imgurbash2 -l -a abc134 cow.png
imgurbash2 ~/tmp/test.png http://i.imgur.com/HDVh123.png (Delete Hash = vgdTM62vQ08xaxa)
To delete the above uploaded image:
imgurbash2 -d vgdTM62vQ08xaxa
Automatically Image Deletion
imgurbash2 -D 5m ~/tmp/test.png
Uploaded image will automatically be deleted after 5 minutes.
More examaples and a detailed manual is available at https://github.com/ram-on/imgurbash2/blob/master/examples.md. Details about the configuration file are also explained.
Linux / macOS / UN*X
curl -O https://raw.githubusercontent.com/ram-on/imgurbash2/master/imgurbash2 chmod u+x imgurbash2
Arch Linux / Manjaro / Antergos
yay -S imgurbash2
||No||To run this script. Given that macOS ships with an old Bash version, it is recommended that the latest Bash is installed via
||Yes||Copies URL (image) link to clipboard if using Linux - no separate program is required for macOS|