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obexftp - Mobile Equipment file transfer tool
obexftp [OPTION] [COMMANDS]
obexftp is used to access files on mobile equipment, i.e. cell phones. This tool lets you access the ObexFTP library by the means of a command line interface. You might consider using the other means available. E.g. GTK Client gObexFtp, Gnome-VFS-Module vfs-obexftp and some others.
The ordering of options is important. Every command will use the most recent device set. Every file without command switch will apply to the command given most recent. See EXAMPLES -i, --irda Connect using the IrDA protocol. This is the default. -b device, --bluetooth device Connect to this bluetooth device. If the device is not given the first device found will be used. -B number, --channel number Use this bluetooth channel when connecting. The channel will be discoverd automatically if this option is not used. -u intf no, --usb intf no Connect to this usb interface or list all available usb inter? faces. -t device, --tty device Connect to this tty device. -N host, --network host Connect to this network host. -c folder, --chdir folder Set the mobiles current working directory. -C folder, --mkdir folder Set the mobiles current working directory. The folder will be created if it doesn’t exist. -l folder, --list folder List a folder. -g source, --get source Retrieve files from mobile. -G source, --getdelete source Retrieve files from mobile and delete them on the mobile -p source, --put source Send files to the mobile. -k source, --delete source Delete files from the mobile. -x, --info Retrieve misc infos from mobile. I.e. memory size and free mem? ory. Siemens specific for now. -m src dest, --move src dest Move (rename) files on the mobile. Siemens specific for now. -v, --verbose Be verbose and give some additional infos. -V, --version Print version string and exit. -h, --help, --usage Print short usage instructions.
To get the directory listing from the first irda device: obexftp -i -l or just obexftp -l as IrDA is the default. To get the file bar from directory foo from the first bluetooth device: obexftp -b -c foo -g bar To send the file bar to directory foo with device on first serial port: obexftp -t /dev/ttyS0 -c foo -p bar
openobex, obexftp, cobex, libbfb.
Bugs ? Features !
The software has been tested and reported working on at least Siemens, Ericsson, and Nokia phones.
Christian W. Zuckschwerdt <firstname.lastname@example.org>
2005-09-16 2005-09-16 OBEXFTP(1)