DESCRIPTIONThis manual page documents briefly the filetea command.
FileTea is a Web service that provides instant and anonymous file-sharing using only a standard browser as client. Unlike traditional Web based file-sharing services, FileTea does not store files server-side. Instead, files are just routed on-the-fly from seeder to leecher, through the server.
filetea is the service daemon that runs on a FileTea server. It handles peer synchronization, file routing and status reporting; and also acts as web-server for static HTML content when run in standalone mode.
- -h, --help
- Display a brief summary of the command-line options and their default values.
- -c config, --conf=config
- Absolute path for the configuration file to use, default is /etc/filetea/filetea.conf.
- -D, --daemonize
- Run the service in the background.
- -p port, --http-port=port
- Port to listen on for plain HTTP service, overriding the value specified in configuration file.
- -P port, --https-port=port
- Port to listen on for secure HTTP service (https), overriding the value specified in configuration file.
- Filetea config file.
AUTHORThis manpage has been written by Eduardo Lima Mitev <[email protected]>