Provided by: woof_20091227-2.1_all
woof - A small, simple, stupid webserver to share files
woof [options] file
woof is a tool to copy files between hosts. It can serve a specified file on HTTP,just for a given number of times, and then shutdown. It can be easily used to share files across the computers on a net, and given that the other ends should have just a browser, it can share stuff between different operating system, or different devices (e.g.: a smartphone). It can also show a simple html form in order to upload a file. commands.
A summary of options is included below. -h Show summary of options. -i <ip_addr> IP address to share the file -p <port> Port to be used to share the file -c <count> Number of times to share the file -z <dir> Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with gzip compression -j <dir> Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with bzip2 compression -Z <dir> Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with ZIP compression -u <dir> Used on a directory, it creates a tarball with no compression -s Used to distribute woof itself -U woof provides an upload form and allows uploading files
woof was written by Simon Budig <firstname.lastname@example.org> This manual page was written by Andrea Colangelo <email@example.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). Last Modified: September 12, 2010 woof(1)