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Version: 335014 (ubuntu - 24/10/10)

Section: 1 (Commandes utilisateur)

NAME

tucan - download and upload manager for hosting sites

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, ...

OPTIONS

Tucan can be used through a Graphical User Interface (GUI) or through a Command Line Interface (CLI). Running Tucan without options makes it starts its GUI but with an option makes it 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 configure premium accounts.
- services enable/disable services.
- updates launch the Update Manager.

Common Options

-c, --cli
command line interface.

-d, --daemon

no interaction interface.

-v, --verbose

print all log to stdout.

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 premium accounts:
tucan --wizard accounts

or
tucan -w accounts
and follow the instructions on screen.

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

or
tucan -c -i file.txt

Simple download without interaction interface (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/> (C) 2008-2009 The Tucan Project.
Je me sers d'animaux pour instruire les hommes.
-+- Jean de La Fontaine (1621-1695),
Dédicace à Monseigneur de Dauphin (Fables I.) -+-