$ agedu -s /home/ehansenYou'll see directories be printed out and stuff, all that boring statistical stuff. After that, you'll see something like this:
[ehansen@sfu-desktop100 ~]$ agedu -w
--address 127.0.0.1:65535Changing 127.0.0.1 to something that works for you (":65535" is optional, and if you want a different port just change the 65535). Now, this brings up one of my favorite topics, security. If we have it listening on a intranet IP, how can we make it secure? It's easier than pretending to be Billy Mayes!
--auth basicNow when agedu starts, you'll see something similar to this:
--auth basic --auth-fd 0auth-fd uses file descriptors, and fd 0 is matched to stdin (to test this, run ls -liha /dev | grep stdin). You'll get an empty area, just type in your username and password (separated by a ":" without quotes), and then do Ctrl+D. This part is a little annoying but otherwise it's pretty nice.