These are a collection of Mediaflux clients developed at the University of Melbourne. They are mainly focused on moving data (uploads, upload checking, and downloads) to and from a Mediaflux server.
The main clients are called
unimelb-mf-upload- upload data to Mediaflux (restartable, efficient, checksums)
unimelb-mf-check- integrity check the data you uploaded to Mediaflux (i.e. make sure the source and destination are the same)
unimelb-mf-download- download data from Mediaflux (restartable, efficient)
Please note that these clients are pre-configured and available on the University's Spartan service.
Download from the GitLab page.
unimelb-mf-clients-0.3.8) to wherever you'd like to keep it long term. E.g. the Desktop for Windows, or a
~/binfolder (on Unix systems like Linux and OSX)
Access to the Mediaflux server is managed via a configuration file which you must create and populate appropriately.
Optionally, you can add the commands to your PATH so that you can run them from any directory.
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mexploreris a shell wrapper of the interactive Arcitecta Java Explorer tool (does not use a configuration file)