Step-by-step – Airpaste Sharing and Streaming Fedora 30 Guide

February 12, 2021 | By the+gnu+linux+evangelist | Filed in: Tutorial.

Getting Started

  1. 4. Sharing Content

    To Sharing Files on Network by Airpaste.

    On the Sending computer do:

    airpaste < my.file

    On the Receiving terminal run:

    airpaste > my.file

    To Sharing & Streaming Content on the Pipe.
    Since Airpaste just outputs to stdout you can also do stuff like piping Movies/Music to Mplayer and any other that support streaming to stdin:

    • Sharing Text Content.

      Sending:

      echo hello world | airpaste

      Receiving:

      airpaste

      Optionally to Filter Receivers You can also Name the Pipe as an airpaste Argument like “airpaste myPipe.”

    • Streaming Media File.

      Sending:

      airpaste < movie.mp4

      Streaming:

      airpaste | mplayer -

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