obexftpd man page

obexftpd — Mobile Equipment file transfer server

Synopsis

obexftpd [Options] [TRANSPORT]

Description

With obexftpd you can set up an obex server on any computers using IrDA, Bluetooth or TCP/IP. Use e.g. obexftp or the ObexFS to access the files on this server.

Options

The ordering of options is important. The first transport option will start the server. Use basedir and verbose options prior to any transport. See Examples

Transport Options

-i, --irda

Acceopt connections using the IrDA protocol.

-b, --bluetooth

Accept connections via bluetooth.

-t device, --tty device

Accept connections from this tty device. NOT WORKING!

-n host, --network host

Accept connections from the network to this port.

Setting The File Path

-c folder, --chdir folder

Set the base directory for the server.

Version Information And Help

-v, --verbose

Be verbose and give some additional infos.

-V, --version

Print version string and exit.

-h, --help, --usage

Print short usage instructions.

Examples

Start listening for bluetooth connections and use a safe basedir

obexftpd -c /tmp/inbox -b

See Also

obexftp(1), openobex(3), obexftp(3), multicobex(3), libbfb(3).

Bugs

Bugs ? Features !

Notes

The software has been tested and reported working on at least Siemens, Ericsson, and Nokia phones.

Author

Christian W. Zuckschwerdt <zany@triq.net[1]> Alan Zhang <vibra@tom.com[2]>

Notes

1.

zany@triq.net

mailto:zany@triq.net

2.

vibra@tom.com

mailto:vibra@tom.com

Referenced By

obexftp(1).

07/19/2016