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UTOPPYA(1)						    BSD General Commands Manual 						UTOPPYA(1)

utoppya -- Topfield TF5000PVR file manipulation program SYNOPSIS
utoppya [-f device] command ... DESCRIPTION
utoppya is the userland interface to the utoppy(4) device driver. The options are as follows: -f Communicate with device instead of the default /dev/utoppy0. Using the services of the utoppy(4) driver, utoppya can perform the following operations, specified by the command operand: df Display disk size and free space ls [directory] List the files in the specified directory. Default is the Toppy's root directory. mkdir <directory> Make the specified directory. You must supply the full pathname to directory. rm <pathname> Delete the file or directory specified by pathname. rename <source> <target> Rename the file or directory specified by the source operand to the destination file or directory specified by the target operand. get [-prt] <toppyfile> [localfile] Copy toppyfile from the Toppy to localfile on the local filesystem. If localfile is omitted, the file will be copied into the cur- rent directory and will be named using the last component of the toppyfile operand. If localfile is '-', then toppyfile will be copied to the standard output. The following options are available for the get command: -p Display a progress bar. -r This option is useful if you wish to resume a previously interrupted get command. Instead of restarting from the beginning of the file, the transfer will resume where it left off. -t Enable 'Turbo' mode. This instructs the Toppy to drop everything and concentrate on transferring the file as quickly as pos- sible. You will be able to watch live TV, but all other functions, including changing channel via the remote control, will be inoperative. put [-prt] <localfile> <toppyfile> Copy localfile on the local filesystem to toppyfile on the Toppy. If toppyfile specifies a directory on the Toppy, the last compo- nent of the localfile operand will be appended to the toppyfile operand. The options described for the get command (above) also apply to the put command. FILES
/dev/utoppy0 The default Topfield TF5000PVR instance. SEE ALSO
usb(4), utoppy(4) HISTORY
The utoppya command first appeared in NetBSD 4.0 and was inspired by 'ftpd-topfield' written by Steve Bennett <msteveb at> and 'puppy' written by Peter Urbanec <toppy at>. AUTHORS
Steve C. Woodford <> BSD
April 3, 2006 BSD

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