Megatools - command line client for Mega.nz
Megatools is a collection of programs for accessing Mega.nz service from a command line of your desktop or server.
Megatools allow you to copy individual files as well as entire directory trees to and from the cloud. You can also perform streaming downloads for example to preview videos and audio files, without needing to download the entire file.
You can register account using a 'megareg' tool, with the benefit of having true control of your encryption keys.
Megatools are robust and optimized for fast operation - as fast as Mega servers allow. Memory requirements and CPU utilization are kept at minimum.
Mega website can be found at mega.nz.
Support the project
Megatools is Free and opesource software. It is an independent personal project not backed by any comapny or commercial interests. If you benefit from megatools or would like to see it improve and grow, you can contribute by writing code.
Maintaining megatools and keeping it uptodate and available to you takes time and effort.
You can support the author in this effort by donating to a paypal address
or on Patreon. If you donate, please mention
that it's for megatools. Suggested amount is $10-$20. You can also
do the same for any of the contributors if you like a feature contributed by someone else.
Keep yourself in the loop about new releases and features via RSS.
See the NEWS file for detailed description of changes.
- Megatools 1.10.2 released with a hotfix for mega.nz api quirk.
- Megatools 1.10.1 released with some fixes and a file chooser for folder downloads.
- Megatools 1.10.0 released with some fixes for upload.
- Megatools 1.10.0-rc2 release candidate released with some fixes for upload.
- Megatools 1.10.0-rc1 release candidate released with major optimizations and new features: multi-connection upload, interrupted download resumption, and maxing out a gigabit LAN on a cheap VPS is now possible.
- Megatools 1.9.98 released with bugfixes and some new features.
- Megatools 1.9.97 released with bugfixes.
- Megatools 1.9.96 released with bugfixes.
- Megatools 1.9.95 released with bugfixes.
- Megatools 1.9.94 released with bugfixes.
- Megatools 1.9.93 released with bugfixes.
- Megatools 1.9.92 released with many bugfixes, solved annoying server busy errors, and windows package updates (new 64bit package!).
- Megatools 1.9.91 released with bugfixes and all new man pages.
- Megatools 1.2.2 released with many bugfixes
- Megatools now support OpenSUSE 12.1+
- Megatools now support shared folders, downloading exported folders, video/image thumbanils, and contacts management!
- Megatools now play well with major linux distros, Ubuntu 12.04+, Fedora 17+, Arch Linux, Suse,... Mega library for building your own tools is now available!
- You can now register new Mega accounts with megareg tool
- Megatools 1.0.0 released
Manual pages for the tools are included in the packages. On Linux you can access them as usual, via 'man megatools'.
You can also view the online manual pages.
Showcase of megatools in a video:
You can download the latest source code here:
You can download megatools binaries for Windows here (documentation is included):
- megatools-1.10.2-win32.zip (3833 kB)
- megatools-1.10.2-win32.zip.asc (1 kB)
- megatools-1.10.2-win64.zip (4071 kB)
- megatools-1.10.2-win64.zip.asc (1 kB)
- For older versions see Archive
For the most bleeding edge version of megatools with all the latest features and bugfixes see the experimental directory. Static builds for Windows and various Linux architectures are provided.
To install megatools on Arch Linux you can use yaourt. Megatools can be found in AUR.
Thanks to Alberto Garcia, megatools was accepted into debian unstable, so you can use apt-get to install it easily.
Bugs and support
Please report bugs on github or via email:
Project status: Megatools have two branches of development. Stable (1.9.9X) and dev (future 2.0.x). Dev branch contains very nice implementation of various mega.nz features like sharing, moving files, exports, "anonymous" temporary accounts, etc. It does not allow to upload or download data yet. Stable branch works fine for most basic use cases.
You can join development of megatools on github: