Run once to get an example configuration file. After editing that, run
$ python pressflickr.py MY_NSID
where MY_NSID is one of those listed in your configuration file, at
See http://www.flickr.com/services/api/explore/?method=flickr.people.getInfo while logged in to find your NSID.
Note: when asked to allow pressflickr read-access to you account, be
sure to be logged in as the user you’re running as, otherwise the tag
search will not work. If you were logged in as the wrong user and
authorised, you can remove the
~/.flickr directory to remove the
authorisation tokens, then run pressflickr again to
re-authorise. However, as long as you’re logged in as the user with
the NSID passed to pressflickr when authorising, pressflickr will
store one authorisation token per user with no trouble.