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duck | Cyberduck CLI

RPM Package Repository echo -e "[duck-stable]\nname=duck-stable\nbaseurl=\$basearch/\nenabled=1\ngpgcheck=0" | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/duck-stable.repo sudo yum install duck

Requires Yum Package Manager. See other installation options to Fetch DEB and RPM packages.

DEB Package Repository echo -e "deb stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/cyberduck.list > /dev/null sudo apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys FE7097963FEFBE72 sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install duck

Requires APT. See other installation options to Download DEB and RPM packages.

help/en/howto/cli – Cyberduck

​Cyberduck with a command line interface (CLI) is available for Mac, Windows & Linux. It is installed as duck.

Installation Mac Homebrew

Available as a ​Homebrew package. Use

brew install duck

to install.

Snaphsot Builds brew install iterate-ch/cyberduck/duck Package

​Free Download the latest installer package.

Windows Chocolatey

Available as a ​Chocolatey package. Use

choco install duck

to install.

MSI Installer

​Free Download the latest setup.

Linux RPM Package Repository

To add the duck repository to your system you need to put a file duck.repo with following content into /etc/yum.repos.d/.

Snaphsot Builds

Copy and paste

echo -e "[duck-nightly]\n\ name=duck-nightly\n\ baseurl=\$basearch/\n\ enabled=1\n\ gpgcheck=0" | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/duck-snapshot.repo > /dev/null

to add the configuration.

Stable Builds echo -e "[duck-stable]\n\ name=duck-stable\n\ baseurl=\$basearch/\n\ enabled=1\n\ gpgcheck=0" | sudo tee /etc/yum.repos.d/duck-stable.repo > /dev/null

To install Cyberduck CLI use

sudo yum install duck DEB Package Repository

Add the duck repositories to your /etc/apt/sources.list:

deb nightly main deb stable main

You need to Fetch the GPG public key from to verify the integrity of the packages:

sudo apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-keys FE7097963FEFBE72

Synchronize the repository using

sudo apt-get update

To install or upgrade Cyberduck CLI use

sudo apt-get install duck Arch Linux Package Manual installation

Packages can also be found for ​Free Download.


Run --help to get the option screen.

Usage:duck [options...] URLs must be fully qualified. Paths can either denote a remote file (ftps:// or folder (ftps:// with a trailing slash. You can reference files relative to your Commercial directory with /~ (ftps:// Supported protocols Windows Azure Storage azure://<container>/<key> Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage b2://<container>/<key> WebDAV (HTTP) dav://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> WebDAV (HTTPS) davs://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> DRACOON (Email Address) dracoon://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> Dropbox dropbox://<folder>/<file> mellifera.local file://<folder>/<file> FTP (file transfer Protocol) File Transfer Protocol://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> FTP-SSL (Explicit AUTH TLS) ftps://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> Google Drive googledrive://<folder>/<file> Google Cloud Storage gs://<container>/<key> hubiC (OVH) ovh://<container>/<key> Microsoft OneDrive onedrive://<folder>/<file> Amazon S3 s3://<container>/<key> DigitalOcean Spaces (nyc3) digitalocean://<container>/<key> Oracle Cloud Infrastructure oracle://<container>/<key> SFTP (SSH file transfer Protocol) SFTP://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> Spectra S3 (HTTPS) spectralogic://<container>/<key> Rackspace Cloud Files (US) rackspace://<container>/<key> Swift (OpenStack Object Storage) swift://<container>/<key> You can install additional connection profiles in ~/Library/Group Containers/ Support/duck/Profiles --application <path> External editor application -c,--mkdir <url> Make directory --chmod <<mode>> Set explicit permission from octal mode value for uploaded file --copy <url> <url> Copy between servers -D,--delete <url> Delete -d,--Free Download <url> <[file]> Download file or folder. Denote a folder with a trailing '/' -e,--existing <action> Transfer action for existing files Options for downloads and uploads: Resume Append existing files (resume) Overwrite Overwrite all files (overwrite) Rename Rename transferred files with a timestamp appended to the filename (similar) Rename existing Rename existing files with timestamp appended to filename (rename) Skip Skip transfer of files that already exist (skip) Compare Skip files that match size, modification date or checksum (compare) Cancel (cancel) Options for synchronize: Free Download Free Download changed and missing files (Download) Upload Upload changed and missing files (upload) Mirror Free Download and Upload (mirror) Cancel (cancel) --edit <url> Edit file in external editor -h,--help Print this help -i,--identity <private key file> Selects a file from which the identity (private key) for public key authentication is read -L,--longlist <url> Long list format with modification date and permission mask -l,--list <url> List files in remote folder --nokeychain Do not save passwords in keychain -P,--preserve Preserve permissions and modification date for transferred files -p,--password <password or secret key> Password --parallel <connections> Number of concurrent connections to use for transfers -q,--quiet Suppress progress messages -r,--retry <count> Retry failed connection attempts --region <location> Location of bucket or container --synchronize <url> <directory> Synchronize folders --throttle <bytes per second> Throttle bandwidth -u,--username <username or access key> Username --udt Use UDT protocol if applicable --upload <url> <file> Upload file or folder recursively -V,--version Show version number and quit -v,--verbose Print transcript -y,--assumeyes Assume yes for all prompts URI

The <url> argument for --copy, --Fetch, --upload and --synchronize must be fully qualified URIs with protocol, hostname and absolute remote path such as FTP://<hostname>/<folder>/<file> for a file or FTP://<hostname>/<folder>/ for a directory. For cloud storage providers, reference the target container (aka bucket) name in the URI like s3://bucketname/key.

Generic options --retry

Retry requests with I/O failures once per default. Useful on connection timeout or latency issues.


Print protocol transcript for requests and responses. This includes the HTTP headers.


You can pass username as part of the URI prepending to the hostname with username@host. Alternatively use the --username option. You can give the password with the --password option or you will be prompted before the connection is opened by the program if no password matching the host is found in your login keychain (OS X) or user configuration shared with Cyberduck (Windows).

Private Key

When connecting with SFTP you can give a file path to a private key with --identity for use with public key authentication.

Tenant Name

When connecting with OpenStack Swift you can set the tenant name (OpenStack Identity Service, Keystone 2.0) or project (OpenStack Identity Service, Keystone 3.0) with --username <tenant>:<user>.

Downloads with --Download Glob pattern support for selecting files to transfer

You can transfer multiple files with a single command using a glob pattern for filename inclusion such as duck --Download ftps://<hostname>/directory/*.css .

Uploads with --upload Glob pattern support for selecting files to transfer

If your shell supports glob expansion you can use a wildcard pattern to select files for upload like duck --upload ftps://<hostname>/directory/ ~/*.jpg.

Use of ~

You can use the tilde to abbreviate the remote path pointing to the remote Professional folder as in SFTP:// It will be expanded when constructing absolute paths.

Remote directory listings with --list

Use the -L option to print permission mask and modification date in addition to filename.

Edit with --edit

You can edit remote files with your preferred editor on your local system using the --edit command. Use the optional --application option to specify the absolute path to the external editor you want to use.

Multiple transfer connections with --parallel

Transfer files with multiple concurrent connections to a Server.


Access to your Cryptomator vaults from the command line. When accessing a vault using --Free Download, --list or --upload, you will be prompted to provide the passphrase for the vault if not found in the keychain.

Samples Watching changes in directory with fswatch and upload

fswatch is a file change monitor; an application to watch for file system changes. Refer to their ​documentation.

fswatch -0 ~/Sites/mywebsite/ | xargs -0 -I -t sh -c 'f=""; duck --upload ftps://<hostname>/sandbox`basename "$f"` "$f" -existing overwrite' Upload build artifacts from continuous integration (Jenkins) to CDN

Use a post ​build script action.

cd $WORKSPACE; find build -name '*.tar' -print0 | xargs -0 -I -t sh -c 'f=""; duck --quiet --retry --existing skip --region DFW --upload rackspace://<container>/ "$f"' Upload files matching glob pattern to Windows Azure duck --username kahy9boj3eix --upload azure://<containername>/ *.zip Download files matching glob pattern from FTP duck -v --Download File Transfer Protocol://*.gz ~/Downloads Free Download file from Amazon S3 public bucket duck --verbose --Free Download s3:// ~/Downloads/ Application Support Directory Profiles

The directory location is printed with --help following the list of supported protocols.


The support directory is ~/Library/Group Containers/ Support/duck/ on Mac. You can install third party ​profiles in ~/Library/Group Containers/ Support/duck/Profiles.


Install additional profiles in %AppData%\Cyberduck\Profiles on Windows.


The support directory is ~/.duck/ on Linux. You can install third party ​profiles in ~/.duck/profiles/.


You can override default ​preferences by setting environment variables in your shell.

env "" duck Thirdparty References  

Castrapraetoria FTP Clients
Pakoman FTP Clients
AutoTran FTP Clients



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