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How do I use the LBRY command line interface (CLI) tool?

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As a power user, you may want to run your own commands against the LBRY SDK. This guide explains how to run any available commands from the LBRY SDK documentation. You must be running the LBRY app or daemon in order to interact with the protocol.

Windows

  1. Open a Command Prompt application window
  2. Type cd "C:\Program Files\LBRY\resources\static\daemon" ([32-bit located in Program Files(x86)]) and click Enter
  3. Type lbrynet status and click Enter. This will return the LBRYnet status data
  4. See examples below or LBRY SDK documentation for additional commands

MacOS

  1. Open a Terminal window
  2. Type cd /Applications/LBRY.app/Contents/Resources/static/daemon
  3. Type ./lbrynet status and click Enter. This will return the LBRYnet status data
  4. See examples below or LBRY SDK documentation for additional commands

Ubuntu / Linux

  1. Open a Terminal window
  2. Type cd /opt/LBRY/resources/static/daemon
  3. Type ./lbrynet status and click Enter. This will return the LBRYnet status data
  4. See examples below or LBRY SDK documentation for additional commands

Common/sample commands

  • lbrynet claim list - Show list of own claims, including channels
  • lbrynet support create --claim_id=<claimid> --amount=5.0 - add 5 LBC to a claim or channel
  • lbrynet resolve one - Retrieve information about winning claim at lbry://one
  • lbrynet claim search one - Retrieve information about all claims at lbry://one
  • lbrynet stream abandon --claim_id=<claimid> - Abandon stream claim by claim id (from claim info)

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