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A utility that uploads a file as large as you want, to Discord. It works by splitting the file into 8MB chunks and uploading them as attachments to separate channels on a guild so it's not affected by rate limits. The information of each attachment is collected and saved to a compressed file which anyone can use with this program to download the original file.
THIS IS API ABUSE! You may get in trouble if you upload ridiculously large amounts of data.
Node.js 12.9 or newer is required.
wget https://github.com/ledlamp/discord-lfs/archive/master.zip -O discord-lfs.zip unzip discord-lfs.zip cd discord-lfs npm ci chmod a+x dlfs.js
Unless you only need to download, create a Discord bot and copy its token. Create a file named
TOKEN= and paste the token after it.
Open terminal in the folder.
./dlfs.js upload <path-to-file>
When this is finished a .dlfs.gz file will be saved in the working directory. Anyone can use that metadata file with this program to download the original file.
./dlfs.js download <path or http url of .dlfs.gz file>
This will download the original file, represented by the metadata (.dlfs.gz) file, into the working directory. This does not require a bot token.
If you want to delete the file from Discord's servers:
./dlfs.js delete <path or http url of .dlfs.gz file>
(On Windows you may have to use
node dlfs.js instead of