To run SpiderOak ONE from the command line, you need to know where the executable is on your operating system.
The standard location is:
The path to the executable on Windows contains a space, so it must be quoted. While the default location for Program Files is on the C: drive, some Windows installations have it elsewhere, so adjust as appropriate. Running the 32 bit version of ONE on a 64 bit version of Windows is unusual but possible. In that case the executable is in the "Program Files (x86)" folder instead of "Program Files"; again adjust as appropriate.
The full path is /usr/bin/SpiderOakONE, but /usr/bin is in everyone's path, so "SpiderOakONE" is sufficient.
Once you have found the executable, use it to preface the commands you give ONE on the command line. For example, to run the command
--selection, the correct syntax would be:
cmd /c "C:\Program Files\SpiderOakONE\SpiderOakONE.exe" --selection
SpiderOak ONE commands on Windows should begin with cmd /c and the path to the executable should be enclosed in quote marks.
The instructions above presume that you are running the current version of our application. If you are running an older version, download and install our current version, then follow the instructions above.