JimRaynor wrote:I am not sure if that's actually possible. I guess it still need an UI (local or remote) to be managed
Though I am not 100% sure
I got it, I'll using curl as temporary replacement of NeoLoader directly.(Combination of curl&web ui is a good solution). Cheers upDavidXanatos wrote:what do you want to do exactly.
to start neo as a daemon you use the -daemone or -core commandline arguments, thay ware describen i thin in the thread already.
if you want a more detailed controll that you need to use the web ui you can do it using curl from the command line if needed.
JimRaynor wrote:Maybe I misunderstood but Continueer was looking for command to "use/manage" neoloader from command line as a complete replacement to an UI, such as "list" command to output filelist, "add" command to add a download, commands to choose and manage files, searches...
Continuer wrote:AMuleCMD implement those feature
JimRaynor wrote:Continuer wrote:AMuleCMD implement those feature
If it will be implemented, it's gonna be a longer list of commands, maybe with some attributes avaible as well because NeoLoader can do more things compared with aMule (mainly because its multi-protocol)
EDIT: Some examples of aMuleCMD for D.X. link
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