lftp



lftp(1)                                                                lftp(1)




NAME

       lftp - Sophisticated file transfer program


SYNTAX

       lftp [-d] [-e cmd] [-p port] [-u user[,pass]] [site]
       lftp -f script_file
       lftp -c commands
       lftp --version
       lftp --help



VERSION

       This man page documents lftp version 3.1.2.



DESCRIPTION

       lftp is a file transfer program that allows sophisticated ftp, http and
       other connections to other hosts. If site is specified then  lftp  will
       connect  to that site otherwise a connection has to be established with
       the open command.

       lftp can handle seven file access methods -  ftp,  ftps,  http,  https,
       hftp,  fish, sftp and file (https and ftps are only available when lftp
       is compiled with openssl library). You can specify the method to use in
       ‘open  URL’  command,  e.g.  ‘open http://www.us.kernel.org/pub/linux’.
       hftp is ftp-over-http-proxy protocol.  It  can  be  used  automatically
       instead  of ftp if ftp:proxy is set to ‘http://proxy[:port]’. Fish is a
       protocol working over an ssh connection to a unix account.  SFtp  is  a
       protocol implemented in ssh2 as sftp subsystem.


       Every  operation  in  lftp  is reliable, that is any not fatal error is
       ignored and the operation is repeated. So  if  downloading  breaks,  it
       will be restarted from the point automatically. Even if ftp server does
       not support REST command, lftp will try to retrieve the file  from  the
       very beginning until the file is transferred completely.

       lftp  has shell-like command syntax allowing you to launch several com-
       mands in parallel in background (&). It is also possible to group  com-
       mands within () and execute them in background. All background jobs are
       executed in the same single process. You can bring a foreground job  to
       background with ^Z (c-z) and back with command ‘wait’ (or ‘fg’ which is
       alias to ‘wait’). To list running jobs, use command ‘jobs’.  Some  com-
       mands allow redirecting their output (cat, ls, ...) to file or via pipe
       to external command. Commands can be executed  conditionally  based  on
       termination status of previous command (&&, ||).

       If  you  exit  lftp when some jobs are not finished yet, lftp will move
       itself to nohup mode in background. The same happens when  you  have  a
       real modem hangup or when you close an xterm.

       lftp  has builtin mirror which can download or update a whole directory
       tree. There is also reverse mirror (mirror -R) which uploads or updates
       a  directory  tree  on  server. Mirror can also synchronize directories
       between two remote servers, using FXP if available.

       There is command ‘at’ to launch a job at specified time in current con-
       text,  command  ‘queue’  to queue commands for sequential execution for
       current server, and much more.

       On  startup,  lftp  executes  /etc/lftp.conf  and  then  ~/.lftprc  and
       ~/.lftp/rc. You can place aliases and ‘set’ commands there. Some people
       prefer to see full protocol debug, use ‘debug’ to turn  the  debug  on.
       Use ‘debug 3’ to see only greeting messages and error messages.

       lftp  has  a  number of settable variables. You can use ‘set -a’ to see
       all variables and their values or ‘set -d’ to  see  list  of  defaults.
       Variable  names can be abbreviated and prefix can be omitted unless the
       rest becomes ambiguous.

       If lftp was compiled with ssl support, then it includes software devel-
       oped   by   the  OpenSSL  Project  for  use  in  the  OpenSSL  Toolkit.
       (http://www.openssl.org/)


   Commands
       ! shell command

       Launch shell or shell command.

            !ls

       To do a directory listing of the local host.

       alias  [name [value]]

       Define or undefine alias name. If value is omitted, the alias is  unde-
       fined,  else it takes the value value. If no argument is given the cur-
       rent aliases are listed.

            alias dir ls -lF
            alias less zmore

       anon

       Sets the user to anonymous.  This is the default.

       at time [ -- command ]

       Wait until the given time and execute  given  (optional)  command.  See
       also at(1).

       bookmark  [subcommand]

       The bookmark command controls bookmarks.
            add <name> [<loc>]  add current place or given location
                           to bookmarks and bind to given name
            del <name>          remove bookmark with name
            edit           start editor on bookmarks file
            import <type>       import foreign bookmarks
            list           list bookmarks (default)

       cache  [subcommand]

       The  cache  command controls local memory cache.  The following subcom-
       mands are recognized:
            stat           print cache status (default)
            on|off              turn on/off caching
            flush               flush cache
            size lim            set memory limit, -1 means unlimited
            expire Nx      set cache expiration time to N seconds (x=s)
                           minutes (x=m) hours (x=h) or days (x=d)


       cat files

       cat outputs the remote file(s) to stdout.  (See  also  more,  zcat  and
       zmore)

       cd rdir

       Change  current  remote  directory.   The  previous remote directory is
       stored as ‘-’. You can do ‘cd -’ to change  the  directory  back.   The
       previous  directory for each site is also stored on disk, so you can do
       ‘open site; cd -’ even after lftp restart.

       chmod mode files

       Change permission mask on remote files. The mode must be an octal  num-
       ber.

       close [-a]

       Close  idle  connections.  By default only with the current server, use
       -a to close all idle connections.

       cls [OPTS] files...

       ‘cls’ tries to retrieve information about specified files  or  directo-
       ries  and outputs the information according to format options. The dif-
       ference between ‘ls’ and ‘cls’ is that ‘ls’ requests the server to for-
       mat file listing, and ‘cls’ formats it itself, after retrieving all the
       needed information.  See ‘help cls’ for options.

       command cmd args...

       execute given command ignoring aliases.

       debug [-o file] level|off

       Switch debugging to level or turn it off.  Use -o to redirect the debug
       output to a file.

       echo [-n] string

       guess what it does.

       exit [ code]
       exit bg

       exit  will  exit  from  lftp  or move to background if there are active
       jobs. If no job is active, code is passed to operating system as lftp’s
       termination  status.  If code is omitted, the exit code of last command
       is used.

       ‘exit bg’ forces  moving  to  background  when  cmd:move-background  is
       false.

       fg

       Alias for ‘wait’.

       find  [directory]

       List files in the directory (current directory by default) recursively.
       This can help with servers lacking ls -R support. You can redirect out-
       put of this command.

       ftpcopy

       Obsolete. Use one of the following instead:
            get ftp://... -o ftp://...
            get -O ftp://... file1 file2...
            put ftp://...
            mput ftp://.../*
            mget -O ftp://... ftp://.../*
       or  other  combinations  to  get FXP transfer (directly between two ftp
       servers).  lftp would fallback to plain copy (via client) if FXP trans-
       fer cannot be initiated or ftp:use-fxp is false.

       get [-E] [-a] [-c] [-O base] rfile [-o lfile] ...

       Retrieve  the  remote  file rfile and store it as the local file lfile.
       If -o is omitted, the file is stored to local file named as  base  name
       of  rfile.  You can get multiple files by specifying multiple instances
       of rfile [and -o lfile]. Does not expand wildcards, use mget for  that.
            -c        continue, reget
            -E        delete source files after successful transfer
            -a        use ascii mode (binary is the default)
            -O <base> specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       Examples:
            get README
            get README -o debian.README
            get README README.mirrors
            get README -o debian.README README.mirrors -o debian.mirrors
            get README -o ftp://some.host.org/debian.README
            get README -o ftp://some.host.org/debian-dir/ (end slash is important)

       get1 [OPTS] rfile

       Transfer a single file. Options:
            -o <lfile>     destination file name (default - basename of rfile)
            -c        continue, reget
            -E        delete source files after successful transfer
            -a        use ascii mode (binary is the default)
            --source-region=<from-to>
                      transfer specified region of source file
            --target-position=<pos>
                      position in target file to write data at

       glob [-d] [-a] [-f] command patterns

       Glob  given patterns containing metacharacters and pass result to given
       command.  E.g. ‘‘glob echo *’’.
            -f   plain files (default)
            -d   directories
            -a   all types

       help [cmd]

       Print help for cmd or if no cmd was specified print a list of available
       commands.

       jobs [-v]

       List running jobs. -v means verbose, several -v can be specified.

       kill all|job_no

       Delete specified job with job_no or all jobs.  (For job_no see jobs)

       lcd ldir

       Change  current  local  directory ldir. The previous local directory is
       stored as ‘-’. You can do ‘lcd -’ to change the directory back.

       lpwd

       Print current working directory on local machine.

       ls params

       List remote files. You can redirect output of this command to  file  or
       via  pipe to external command.  By default, ls output is cached, to see
       new listing use rels or cache flush.

       mget [-c] [-d] [-a] [-E] [-O base] files

       Gets selected files with expanded wildcards.

            -c        continue, reget.
            -d        create directories the same as file names and get
                      the files into them instead of current directory.
            -E        delete source files after successful transfer
            -a        use ascii mode (binary is the default)
            -O <base> specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       mirror [OPTS] [source [target]]

       Mirror specified source directory to local target directory. If  target
       directory ends with a slash, the source base name is appended to target
       directory name. Source and/or target can be URLs pointing  to  directo-
       ries.

            -c, --continue      continue a mirror job if possible
            -e, --delete        delete files not present at remote site
                --delete-first       delete old files before transferring new ones
            -s, --allow-suid         set suid/sgid bits according to remote site
                --allow-chown        try to set owner and group on files
                --ignore-time        ignore time when deciding whether to download
                --ignore-size        ignore size when deciding whether to download
                --only-missing       download only missing files
            -n, --only-newer         download only newer files (-c won’t work)
            -r, --no-recursion       don’t go to subdirectories
                --no-symlinks        don’t create symbolic links
            -p, --no-perms      don’t set file permissions
                --no-umask      don’t apply umask to file modes
            -R, --reverse       reverse mirror (put files)
            -L, --dereference        download symbolic links as files
            -N, --newer-than=SPEC    download only files newer than specified time
            -P, --parallel[=N]       download N files in parallel
                --use-pget[-n=N]     use pget to transfer every single file
                --loop               loop until no changes found
            -i RX, --include RX include matching files
            -x RX, --exclude RX exclude matching files
            -I GP, --include-glob GP include matching files
            -X GP, --exclude-glob GP exclude matching files
            -v, --verbose[=level]    verbose operation
                --log=FILE      write lftp commands being executed to FILE
                --script=FILE        write lftp commands to FILE, but don’t execute them
                --just-print, --dry-run   same as --script=-
                --use-cache          use cached directory listings
            --Remove-source-files    remove files after transfer (use with caution)
            -a             same as --allow-chown --allow-suid --no-umask

       When  using  -R, the first directory is local and the second is remote.
       If the second directory is omitted, base name  of  first  directory  is
       used.  If both directories are omitted, current local and remote direc-
       tories are used.

       RX is an extended regular expression, just like in egrep(1).

       GP is a glob pattern, e.g. ‘*.zip’.

       Include and exclude options can be specified multiple times.  It  means
       that a file or directory would be mirrored if it matches an include and
       does not match to excludes after the include, or does  not  match  any-
       thing  and  the  first check is exclude. Directories are matched with a
       slash appended.

       Note that symbolic links are  not  created  when  uploading  to  remote
       server,  because  ftp  protocol cannot do it. To upload files the links
       refer to, use ‘mirror -RL’ command (treat symbolic links as files).

       For option --newer-than you can either specify a file or time  specifi-
       cation like that used by at(1) command, e.g. ‘now-7days’ or ‘week ago’.
       If you specify a file, then modification time  of  that  file  will  be
       used.

       Verbosity level can be selected using --verbose=level option or by sev-
       eral -v options, e.g. -vvv. Levels are:
            0 - no output (default)
            1 - print actions
            2 - +print not deleted file names (when -e is not specified)
            3 - +print directory names which are mirrored

       --only-newer turns off file size comparison and uploads/downloads  only
       newer  files  even  if  size  is  different. By default older files are
       transferred and replace newer ones.

       You can mirror between two servers  if  you  specify  URLs  instead  of
       directories.   FXP  is  used  automatically  for  transfers between ftp
       servers, if possible.

       mkdir [-p] dir(s)

       Make remote directories. If -p is used, make all components of paths.

       module module [ args ]

       Load given module using dlopen(3) function. If  module  name  does  not
       contain a slash, it is searched in directories specified by module:path
       variable.   Arguments  are  passed   to   module_init   function.   See
       README.modules for technical details.

       more files

       Same  as  ‘cat  files  |  more’. if PAGER is set, it is used as filter.
       (See also cat, zcat and zmore)

       mput [-c] [-d] [-a] [-E] [-O base] files

       Upload files with wildcard expansion. By default it uses the base  name
       of local name as remote one. This can be changed by ‘-d’ option.
            -c        continue, reput
            -d        create directories the same as in file names and put the
                      files into them instead of current directory
            -E        delete source files after successful transfer (dangerous)
            -a        use ascii mode (binary is the default)
            -O <base> specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       mrm file(s)

       Same as ‘glob rm’. Removes specified file(s) with wildcard expansion.

       mv file1 file2

       Rename file1 to file2.

       nlist [args]

       List remote file names

       open [-e cmd] [-u user[,pass]] [-p port] host|url

       Select an ftp server.

       pget [OPTS] rfile [-o lfile ]

       Gets  the  specified  file using several connections. This can speed up
       transfer, but loads the net heavily impacting other users. Use only  if
       you  really  have  to transfer the file ASAP, or some other user may go
       mad :) Options:
            -n   maxconn  set maximum number of connections (default 5)


       put [-E] [-a] [-c] [-O base] lfile [-orfile]

       Upload lfile with remote name rfile. If -o omitted, the  base  name  of
       lfile  is  used as remote name. Does not expand wildcards, use mput for
       that.
            -o <rfile>     specifies remote file name (default - basename of lfile)
            -c        continue, reput
                      it requires permission to overwrite remote files
            -E        delete source files after successful transfer (dangerous)
            -a        use ascii mode (binary is the default)
            -O <base> specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       pwd

       Print current remote directory.

       queue [-n num ] cmd

       Add the given command to queue for sequential execution. Each site  has
       its  own  queue.  ‘-n’  adds  the  command before the given item in the
       queue. Don’t try to queue ‘cd’ or ‘lcd’ commands, it may confuse  lftp.
       Instead  do the cd/lcd before ‘queue’ command, and it will remember the
       place in which the command is to be done. It is possible to queue up an
       already  running job by ‘queue wait <jobno>’, but the job will continue
       execution even if it is not the first in queue.

       ‘queue stop’ will stop the queue, it will not execute any new commands,
       but already running jobs will continue to run. You can use ‘queue stop’
       to create an empty stopped queue. ‘queue start’ will resume queue  exe-
       cution.  When you exit lftp, it will start all stopped queues automati-
       cally.

       ‘queue’ with no arguments will either create a stopped queue  or  print
       queue status.

       queue --delete|-d [index or wildcard expression]

       Delete  one  or more items from the queue. If no argument is given, the
       last entry in the queue is deleted.

       queue --move|-m <index or wildcard expression> [index]

       Move the given items before the given queue index, or to the end if  no
       destination is given.

            -q   Be quiet.
            -v   Be verbose.
            -Q   Output in a format that can be used to re-queue.
                 Useful with --delete.

            > get file &
            [1] get file
            > queue wait 1
            > queue get another_file
            > cd a_directory
            > queue get yet_another_file

            queue -d 3          Delete the third item in the queue.
            queue -m 6 4        Move the sixth item in the queue before the fourth.
            queue -m "get*zip" 1     Move all commands matching "get*zip" to the beginning
                           of the queue.  (The order of the items is preserved.)
            queue -d "get*zip"  Delete all commands matching "get*zip".

       quote cmd

       For  FTP  -  send  the command uninterpreted. Use with caution - it can
       lead to unknown remote state and thus will cause reconnect. You  cannot
       be  sure  that  any change of remote state because of quoted command is
       solid - it can be reset by reconnect at any time.

       For  HTTP  -  specific  to  HTTP  action.  Syntax:  ‘‘quote   <command>
       [<args>]’’.  Command may be ‘‘set-cookie’’ or ‘‘post’’.
            open http://www.site.net
            quote set-cookie "variable=value; othervar=othervalue"
            set http:post-content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded
            quote post /cgi-bin/script.cgi "var=value&othervar=othervalue" > local_file

       For  FISH - send the command uninterpreted. This can be used to execute
       arbitrary commands on server. The command must not take input or  print
       ###  at new line beginning. If it does, the protocol will become out of
       sync.
            open fish://server
            quote find -name zip

       reget rfile [-o lfile]

       Same as ‘get -c’.

       rels [args]

       Same as ‘ls’, but ignores the cache.

       renlist [args]

       Same as ‘nlist’, but ignores the cache.

       repeat [delay] [command]

       Repeat the command. Between the commands a delay inserted, by default 1
       second.  Example:
            repeat at tomorrow -- mirror
            repeat 1d mirror

       reput lfile [-o rfile]

       Same as ‘put -c’.

       rm [-r] [-f] files

       Remove  remote  files.  Does not expand wildcards, use mrm for that. -r
       is for recursive directory remove. Be careful, if something goes  wrong
       you can lose files. -f suppress error messages.

       rmdir dir(s)

       Remove remote directories.

       scache [session]

       List cached sessions or switch to specified session.

       set [var [val]]

       Set  variable  to given value. If the value is omitted, unset the vari-
       able.  Variable name has format  ‘‘name/closure’’,  where  closure  can
       specify  exact  application  of the setting. See below for details.  If
       set is called with no variable then only altered settings  are  listed.
       It can be changed by options:

            -a   list all settings, including default values
            -d   list only default values, not necessary current ones


       site site_cmd

       Execute  site command site_cmd and output the result.  You can redirect
       its output.

       sleep interval

       Sleep given time interval and exit. Interval is in seconds by  default,
       but  can  be  suffixed  with  ’m’, ’h’, ’d’ for minutes, hours and days
       respectively.  See also at.

       slot [name]

       Select specified slot or list all slots allocated. A slot is a  connec-
       tion  to a server, somewhat like a virtual console. You can create mul-
       tiple slots connected to different servers and switch between them. You
       can  also  use  slot:name as a pseudo-URL evaluating to that slot loca-
       tion.

       Default readline binding allows quick switching between slots named 0-9
       using Meta-0 - Meta-9 keys (often you can use Alt instead of Meta).

       source file
       source -e command

       Execute  commands recorded in file file or returned by specified exter-
       nal command.
            source ~/.lftp/rc
            source -e echo help

       suspend

       Stop lftp process. Note that transfers will be also stopped  until  you
       continue the process with shell’s fg or bg commands.

       user user [pass]
       user URL [pass]

       Use  specified  info  for remote login. If you specify an URL with user
       name, the entered password will be cached so that futute URL references
       can use it.

       version

       Print lftp version.

       wait [jobno]
       wait all

       Wait for specified job to terminate. If jobno is omitted, wait for last
       backgrounded job.

       ‘wait all’ waits for all jobs termination.

       zcat files

       Same as cat, but filter each file through zcat. (See also cat, more and
       zmore)

       zmore files

       Same  as  more,  but filter each file through zcat. (See also cat, zcat
       and more)


   Settings
       On startup, lftp executes ~/.lftprc  and  ~/.lftp/rc.   You  can  place
       aliases and ‘set’ commands there. Some people prefer to see full proto-
       col debug, use ‘debug’ to turn the debug on.

       There is also a system-wide startup file in /etc/lftp.conf.  It can  be
       in different directory, see FILES section.

       lftp has the following settable variables (you can also use ‘set -a’ to
       see all variables and their values):

       bmk:save-passwords (boolean)
              save plain text passwords in ~/.lftp/bookmarks on ‘bookmark add’
              command.  Off by default.

       cmd:at-exit (string)
              the commands in string are executed before lftp exits.

       cmd:csh-history (boolean)
              enables csh-like history expansion.

       cmd:default-protocol (string)
              The  value is used when ‘open’ is used with just host name with-
              out protocol. Default is ‘ftp’.

       cmd:fail-exit (boolean)
              if true, exit when an unconditional (without || and && at begin)
              command fails.

       cmd:long-running (seconds)
              time  of  command execution, which is considered as ‘long’ and a
              beep is done before next prompt. 0 means off.

       cmd:ls-default (string)
              default ls argument

       cmd:move-background (boolean)
              when false, lftp refuses to go to background  when  exiting.  To
              force it, use ‘exit bg’.

       cmd:prompt (string)
              The prompt. lftp recognizes the following backslash-escaped spe-
              cial characters that are decoded as follows:

              \@     insert @ if current user is not default
              \a     an ASCII bell character (07)
              \e     an ASCII escape character (033)
              \h     the hostname you are connected to
              \n     newline
              \s     the name of the client (lftp)
              \S     current slot name
              \u     the username of the user you are logged in as
              \U     the     URL     of     the     remote     site     (e.g.,
                     ftp://g437.ub.gu.se/home/james/src/lftp)
              \v     the version of lftp (e.g., 2.0.3)
              \w     the current working directory at the remote site
              \W     the  base  name  of  the current working directory at the
                     remote site
              \nnn   the character corresponding to the octal number nnn
              \\     a backslash
              \?     skips next character if previous substitution was  empty.
              \[     begin  a sequence of non-printing characters, which could
                     be used to embed a terminal  control  sequence  into  the
                     prompt
              \]     end a sequence of non-printing characters


       cache:cache-empty-listings (boolean)
              When false, empty listings are not cached.

       cache:enable (boolean)
              When false, cache is disabled.

       cache:expire (time interval)
              Positive cache entries expire in this time interval.

       cache:expire-negative (time interval)
              Negative cache entries expire in this time interval.

       cache:size (number)
              Maximum  cache size. When exceeded, oldest cache entries will be
              removed from cache.

       cmd:remote-completion (boolean)
              a boolean to control whether or not lftp uses remote completion.

       cmd:verify-host (boolean)
              if  true, lftp resolves host name immediately in ‘open’ command.
              It is also possible to skip the check for a single  ‘open’  com-
              mand if ‘&’ is given, or if ^Z is pressed during the check.

       cmd:verify-path (boolean)
              if true, lftp checks the path given in ‘cd’ command.  It is also
              possible to skip the check for a single ‘cd’ command if  ‘&’  is
              given, or if ^Z is pressed during the check.  Examples:
                   set cmd:verify-path/hftp://* false
                   cd directory &

       cmd:verify-path-cached (boolean)
              When  false,  ‘cd’  to  a directory known from cache as existent
              will  succeed  immediately.   Otherwise  the  verification  will
              depend on cmd:verify-path setting.

       dns:SRV-query (boolean)
              query for SRV records and use them before gethostbyname. The SRV
              records are only used if port is not explicitly  specified.  See
              RFC2052 for details.

       dns:cache-enable (boolean)
              enable  DNS  cache.  If  it is off, lftp resolves host name each
              time it reconnects.

       dns:cache-expire (time interval)
              time to  live  for  DNS  cache  entries.  It  has  format  <num-
              ber><unit>+,  e.g.   1d12h30m5s  or just 36h. To disable expira-
              tion, set it to ‘inf’ or ‘never’.

       dns:cache-size (number)
              maximum number of DNS cache entries.

       dns:fatal-timeout (seconds)
              limit the time for DNS queries. If DNS server is unavailable too
              long,  lftp  will  fail  to  resolve  a given host name. 0 means
              unlimited, the default.

       dns:order (list of protocol names)
              sets the order of DNS queries. Default is ‘‘inet  inet6’’  which
              means  first  look up address in inet family, then inet6 and use
              first matched.

       dns:use-fork (boolean)
              if true, lftp will fork before resolving host  address.  Default
              is true.

       dns:use-first-address (boolean)
              If  true (the default), lftp will use the first address returned
              by a host name lookup; if false, lftp will  continue  trying  to
              find  addresses  of  each  address  family in dns:order until an
              address of each family is found, is authoritatively known not to
              exist  (as  opposed  to  servers  not being contactable), or the
              dns:fatal-timeout (if any) expires.  Setting this to  true  will
              make lftp use the first available address for a name.

       dns:max-retries (number)
              If zero, (the default), there is no limit on the number of times
              lftp will try to lookup an address .  If > 0, lftp will try only
              this  number of times to look up an address of each address fam-
              ily in dns:order .

       file:charset (string)
              local character set. It is set from current locale initially.

       fish:connect-program (string)
              the program to use for connecting to remote  server.  It  should
              support ‘-l’ option for user name, ‘-p’ for port number. Default
              is ‘ssh -a -x’. You can set it to ‘rsh’, for example.

       fish:shell (string)
              use specified shell on server side. Default is /bin/sh. On  some
              systems,  /bin/sh  exits  when doing cd to a non-existent direc-
              tory. lftp can handle that but it has to reconnect.  Set  it  to
              /bin/bash for such systems if bash is installed.

       ftp:acct (string)
              Send  this  string  in  ACCT  command after login. The result is
              ignored.  The closure for this setting has format user@host.

       ftp:anon-pass (string)
              sets the password used for anonymous ftp access  authentication.
              Default is "-name@", where name is the username of the user run-
              ning the program.

       ftp:anon-user (string)
              sets the user name used for anonymous ftp access authentication.
              Default is "anonymous".

       ftp:auto-sync-mode (regex)
              if  first  server  message matches this regex, turn on sync mode
              for that host.

       ftp:charset (string)
              the character set used by ftp server in  requests,  replies  and
              file  listings.  Default is empty which means the same as local.
              This setting is only used when the server does not support UTF8.

       ftp:client (string)
              the  name  of ftp client to send with CLNT command, if supported
              by server.  If it is empty, then no CLNT command will be sent.

       ftp:bind-data-socket (boolean)
              bind data socket to the interface of control connection (in pas-
              sive   mode).   Default  is  true,  exception  is  the  loopback
              interface.

       ftp:fix-pasv-address (boolean)
              if true, lftp will try to correct address returned by server for
              PASV  command  in  case when server address is in public network
              and PASV returns an address from a private network. In this case
              lftp would substitute server address instead of the one returned
              by PASV command, port number would not be changed.   Default  is
              true.

       ftp:fxp-passive-source (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp  will try to set up source ftp server in passive
              mode first, otherwise destination one. If first  attempt  fails,
              lftp  tries  to set them up the other way. If the other disposi-
              tion fails too, lftp falls back to plain copy. See also ftp:use-
              fxp.

       ftp:home (string)
              Initial directory. Default is empty string which means auto. Set
              this to ‘/’ if you don’t like the look of %2F in ftp  URLs.  The
              closure for this setting has format user@host.

       ftp:ignore-pasv-address (boolean)
              If true, lftp uses control connection address instead of the one
              returned in PASV reply for data connection. This can  be  useful
              for broken NATs.  Default is false.

       ftp:list-empty-ok (boolean)
              if  set  to false, empty lists from LIST command will be treated
              as incorrect, and another method (NLST) will be used.

       ftp:list-options (string)
              sets options which are always appended to LIST command.  It  can
              be  useful to set this to ‘-a’ if server does not show dot (hid-
              den) files by default.  Default is empty.

       ftp:nop-interval (seconds)
              delay between NOOP commands when downloading  tail  of  a  file.
              This  is  useful  for ftp servers which send "Transfer complete"
              message before flushing data transfer. In such cases  NOOP  com-
              mands can prevent connection timeout.

       ftp:passive-mode (boolean)
              sets  passive  ftp  mode. This can be useful if you are behind a
              firewall or a dumb masquerading router.  In  passive  mode  lftp
              uses  PASV command, not the PORT command which is used in active
              mode. In passive mode lftp itself makes the data  connection  to
              the  server; in active mode the server connects to lftp for data
              transfer. Passive mode is the default.

       ftp:port-ipv4 (ipv4 address)
              specifies an IPv4 address to send with PORT command. Default  is
              empty  which  means  to send the address of local end of control
              connection.

       ftp:port-range (from-to)
              allowed port range for  active  mode.   Format  is  min-max,  or
              ‘full’ or ‘any’ to indicate any port. Default is ‘full’.

       ftp:proxy (URL)
              specifies  ftp proxy to use.  To disable proxy set this to empty
              string. Note that it is an ftp proxy which  uses  ftp  protocol,
              not ftp over http. Default value is taken from environment vari-
              able ftp_proxy if it starts with ‘‘ftp://’’. If your  ftp  proxy
              requires  authentication,  specify user name and password in the
              URL.

       If ftp:proxy starts with http://, hftp (ftp over http  proxy)  is  used
       instead of ftp automatically.

       ftp:proxy-auth-joined (boolean)
              when  true,  lftp  sends  ‘‘user@proxy_user@ftp.example.org’’ as
              user name to proxy, and ‘‘password@proxy_password’’ as password.
              When  false,  it  first  sends proxy user and proxy password and
              then ‘‘user@ftp.example.org’’ and password.

       ftp:rest-list (boolean)
              allow usage of REST command before LIST command. This  might  be
              useful  for  large  directories,  but  some ftp servers silently
              ignore REST before LIST.

       ftp:rest-stor (boolean)
              if false, lftp will not try to use REST before STOR. This can be
              useful  for  some  buggy servers which corrupt (fill with zeros)
              the file if REST followed by STOR is used.

       ftp:retry-530 (regex)
              Retry on server reply 530 for PASS command if text matches  this
              regular  expression.   This  setting should be useful to distin-
              guish between overloaded server (temporary condition) and incor-
              rect password (permanent condition).

       ftp:retry-530-anonymous (regex)
              Additional   regular   expression   for  anonymous  login,  like
              ftp:retry-530.

       ftp:site-group (string)
              Send this string in SITE GROUP command after login.  The  result
              is  ignored.  The closure for this setting has format user@host.

       ftp:skey-allow (boolean)
              allow sending skey/opie reply if server appears to  support  it.
              On by default.

       ftp:skey-force (boolean)
              do  not send plain text password over the network, use skey/opie
              instead. If skey/opie is not available, assume failed login. Off
              by default.

       ftp:ssl-allow (boolean)
              if  true,  try  to  negotiate SSL connection with ftp server for
              non-anonymous access. Default is  true.  This  setting  is  only
              available if lftp was compiled with openssl.

       ftp:ssl-force (boolean)
              if  trus,  refuse to send password in clear when server does not
              support SSL.  Default is false. This setting is  only  available
              if lftp was compiled with openssl.

       ftp:ssl-protect-data (boolean)
              if true, request ssl connection for data transfers. This is cpu-
              intensive but provides privacy. Default is false.  This  setting
              is only available if lftp was compiled with openssl.

       ftp:ssl-protect-fxp (boolean)
              if  true,  request  ssl connection for data transfer between two
              ftp servers in FXP mode. CPSV or SSCN command will  be  used  in
              that  case.  If ssl connection fails for some reason, lftp would
              try unprotected FXP transfer unless ftp:ssl-force is set for any
              of the two servers. Default is false.

       ftp:ssl-protect-list (boolean)
              if true, request ssl connection for file list transfers. Default
              is true.

       ftp:stat-interval (seconds)
              interval between STAT commands. Default is 1.

       ftp:sync-mode (boolean)
              if true, lftp will send one command  at  a  time  and  wait  for
              response.  This  might  be  useful  if you are using a buggy ftp
              server or router. When it is off, lftp sends a pack of  commands
              and waits for responses - it speeds up operation when round trip
              time is significant.  Unfortunately it does not  work  with  all
              ftp  servers and some routers have troubles with it, so it is on
              by default.

       ftp:timezone (string)
              Assume this timezone for time in listings returned by LIST  com-
              mand.   This  setting can be GMT offset [+|-]HH[:MM[:SS]] or any
              valid      TZ      value      (e.g.       Europe/Moscow       or
              MSK-3MSD,M3.5.0,M10.5.0/3).  The  default  is GMT.  Set it to an
              empty value to assume local timezone  specified  by  environment
              variable TZ.

       ftp:use-abor (boolean)
              if  false,  lftp does not send ABOR command but closes data con-
              nection immediately.

       ftp:use-feat (boolean)
              when  true  (default),  lftp  uses  FEAT  command  to  determine
              extended features of ftp server.

       ftp:use-fxp (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp will try to set up direct connection between two
              ftp servers.

       ftp:use-hftp (boolean)
              when ftp:proxy points to an http  proxy,  this  setting  selects
              hftp  method  (GET,  HEAD)  when  true,  and CONNECT method when
              false. Default is true.

       ftp:lang (boolean)
              the language selected with LANG command, if supported  as  indi-
              cated  by  FEAT  response.  Default  is empty which means server
              default.

       ftp:use-mdtm (boolean)
              when true (default), lftp uses MDTM command  to  determine  file
              modification time.

       ftp:use-mdtm-overloaded (boolean)
              when true, lftp uses two argument MDTM command to set file modi-
              fication time on uploaded files. Default is false.

       ftp:use-site-idle (boolean)
              when true, lftp sends ‘SITE IDLE’ command  with  net:idle  argu-
              ment. Default is false.

       ftp:use-site-utime (boolean)
              when true, lftp sends ‘SITE UTIME’ command to set file modifica-
              tion time on uploaded files. Default is true.

       ftp:use-size (boolean)
              when true (default), lftp uses SIZE command  to  determine  file
              size.

       ftp:use-stat (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp  sends STAT command in FXP mode transfer to know
              how much data has been transferred. See also  ftp:stat-interval.
              Default is true.

       ftp:use-telnet-iac (boolean)
              when  true  (default),  lftp uses TELNET IAC command and follows
              TELNET protocol as specified in RFC959. When false, it does  not
              follow TELNET protocol and thus does not double 255 (0xFF, 0377)
              character and does not prefix ABOR and STAT commands with TELNET
              IP+SYNCH signal.

       ftp:use-quit (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp sends QUIT before disconnecting from ftp server.
              Default is true.

       ftp:verify-address (boolean)
              verify that data connection comes from the  network  address  of
              control  connection peer. This can possibly prevent data connec-
              tion spoofing which can lead to data corruption.  Unfortunately,
              this  can  fail  for  certain  ftp  servers with several network
              interfaces, when they  do  not  set  outgoing  address  on  data
              socket, so it is disabled by default.

       ftp:verify-port (boolean)
              verify that data connection has port 20 (ftp-data) on its remote
              end.  This can possibly  prevent  data  connection  spoofing  by
              users  of  remote host. Unfortunately, too many windows and even
              unix ftp servers forget to set proper port on  data  connection,
              thus this check is off by default.

       ftp:web-mode (boolean)
              disconnect after closing data connection. This can be useful for
              totally broken ftp servers. Default is false.

       ftps:initial-prot (string)
              specifies initial PROT setting for FTPS connections.  Should  be
              one  of:  C,  S,  E,  P,  or empty. Default is empty which means
              unknown, so that lftp will use PROT command unconditionally.  If
              PROT  command turns out to be unsupported, then Clear mode would
              be assumed.

       hftp:cache (boolean)
              allow server/proxy side caching for ftp-over-http protocol.

       hftp:cache-control (string)
              specify corresponding HTTP request header.

       hftp:proxy (URL)
              specifies http proxy for ftp-over-http protocol (hftp). The pro-
              tocol hftp cannot work without a http proxy, obviously.  Default
              value is taken from environment variable ftp_proxy if it  starts
              with    ‘‘http://’’,   otherwise   from   environment   variable
              http_proxy.  If your ftp proxy requires authentication,  specify
              user name and password in the URL.

       hftp:use-authorization (boolean)
              if  set  to  off,  lftp will send password as part of URL to the
              proxy. This may be required  for  some  proxies  (e.g.  M-soft).
              Default is on, and lftp will send password as part of Authoriza-
              tion header.

       hftp:use-head (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will try to use ‘GET’ instead of ‘HEAD’  for
              hftp  protocol.  While this is slower, it may allow lftp to work
              with some proxies which don’t  understand  or  mishandle  ‘‘HEAD
              ftp://’’ requests.

       hftp:use-mkcol (boolean)
              if  set to off, lftp will try to use ‘PUT’ instead of ‘MKCOL’ to
              create directories with hftp protocol. Default is off.

       hftp:use-propfind (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will not try to use ‘PROPFIND’ to get direc-
              tory  contents with hftp protocol and use ‘GET’ instead. Default
              is off.

       hftp:use-type (boolean)
              If set to off, lftp won’t try to append ‘;type=’ to URLs  passed
              to  proxy.   Some  broken  proxies  don’t  handle  it correctly.
              Default is on.

       http:accept, http:accept-charset, http:accept-language (string)
              specify corresponding HTTP request headers.

       http:authorization (string)
              the authorization to use by default, when no user is  specified.
              The format is ‘‘user:password’’. Default is empty which means no
              authorization.

       http:cache (boolean)
              allow server/proxy side caching.

       http:cache-control (string)
              specify corresponding HTTP request header.

       http:cookie (string)
              send this cookie to server. A closure is useful here:
                   set cookie/www.somehost.com "param=value"

       http:post-content-type (string)
              specifies value of Content-Type http  request  header  for  POST
              method.  Default is ‘‘application/x-www-form-urlencoded’’.

       http:proxy (URL)
              specifies  http proxy. It is used when lftp works over http pro-
              tocol.   Default  value  is  taken  from  environment   variable
              http_proxy.  If your proxy requires authentication, specify user
              name and password in the URL.

       http:put-method (PUT or POST)
              specifies which http method to use on put.

       http:put-content-type (string)
              specifies value of Content-Type  http  request  header  for  PUT
              method.

       http:referer (string)
              specifies  value for Referer http request header. Single dot ‘.’
              expands to current directory URL. Default is ‘.’. Set  to  empty
              string to disable Referer header.

       http:set-cookies (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp  modifies  http:cookie variables when Set-Cookie
              header is received.

       http:use-mkcol (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will try to use ‘PUT’ instead of ‘MKCOL’  to
              create directories with http protocol. Default is on.

       http:use-propfind (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will not try to use ‘PROPFIND’ to get direc-
              tory contents with http protocol and use ‘GET’ instead.  Default
              is on.

       http:user-agent (string)
              the string lftp sends in User-Agent header of HTTP request.

       https:proxy (string)
              specifies  https  proxy. Default value is taken from environment
              variable https_proxy.

       mirror:exclude-regex (regex)
              specifies default exclusion pattern.  You  can  override  it  by
              --include option.

       mirror:order (list of patterns)
              specifies  order  of file transfers. E.g. setting this to "*.sfv
              *.sum" makes mirror to transfer files matching *.sfv first, then
              ones  matching  *.sum  and  then  all  other  files.  To process
              directories after other files, add "*/" to end of pattern  list.

       mirror:parallel-directories (boolean)
              if  true, mirror will start processing of several directories in
              parallel when it is in parallel mode. Otherwise, it will  trans-
              fer  files from a single directory before moving to other direc-
              tories.

       mirror:parallel-transfer-count (number)
              specifies number of parallel  transfers  mirror  is  allowed  to
              start.  Default  is  1.   You  can  override  it with --parallel
              option.

       mirror:set-permissions (boolean)
              When set to off, mirror won’t try to  copy  file  and  directory
              permissions.  Default is on.

       mirror:use-pget-n (number)
              specifies -n option for pget command used to transfer every sin-
              gle file under mirror. Default is 1 which disables pget.

       module:path (string)
              colon separated list of directories to look for modules. Can  be
              initialized by environment variable LFTP_MODULE_PATH. Default is
              ‘PKGLIBDIR/VERSION:PKGLIBDIR’.

       net:connection-limit (number)
              maximum number of concurrent connections to  the  same  site.  0
              means unlimited.

       net:connection-takeover (boolean)
              if  true,  foreground  connections have priority over background
              ones and can interrupt background transfers to complete a  fore-
              ground operation.

       net:idle (seconds)
              disconnect from server after that number of idle seconds.

       net:limit-rate (bytes per second)
              limit  transfer  rate on data connection. 0 means unlimited. You
              can specify two numbers separated by colon to limit download and
              upload rate separately.

       net:limit-max (bytes)
              limit accumulating of unused limit-rate. 0 means unlimited.

       net:limit-total-rate (bytes per second)
              limit  transfer  rate  of all connections in sum. 0 means unlim-
              ited. You can specify two numbers separated by  colon  to  limit
              download  and  upload  rate  separately.  Note that sockets have
              receive buffers on them, this can  lead  to  network  link  load
              higher  than  this rate limit just after transfer beginning. You
              can try to set net:socket-buffer to relatively  small  value  to
              avoid this.

       net:limit-total-max (bytes)
              limit  accumulating  of  unused limit-total-rate. 0 means unlim-
              ited.

       net:max-retries (number)
              the maximum number of sequential retries of an operation without
              success.  0 means unlimited.

       net:no-proxy (string)
              contains  comma separated list of domains for which proxy should
              not  be  used.   Default  is  taken  from  environment  variable
              no_proxy.

       net:persist-retries (number)
              ignore  this number of hard errors. Useful to login to buggy ftp
              servers which reply 5xx when there is too many users.

       net:reconnect-interval-base (seconds)
              sets the base minimal time between reconnects.  Actual  interval
              depends   on  net:reconnect-interval-multiplier  and  number  of
              attempts to perform an operation.

       net:reconnect-interval-max (seconds)
              sets maximum reconnect interval.  When  current  interval  after
              multiplication  by net:reconnect-interval-multiplier reachs this
              value (or exceeds it), it is reset back to  net:reconnect-inter-
              val-base.

       net:reconnect-interval-multiplier (real number)
              sets  multiplier  by which base interval is multiplied each time
              new attempt to perform an operation  fails.  When  the  interval
              reachs  maximum,  it  is reset to base value. See net:reconnect-
              interval-base and net:reconnect-interval-max.

       net:socket-bind-ipv4 (ipv4 address)
              bind all IPv4 sockets to specified address. This can  be  useful
              to  select a specific network interface to use. Default is empty
              which means not to bind  IPv4  sockets,  operating  system  will
              choose an address automatically using routing table.

       net:socket-bind-ipv6 (ipv6 address)
              the same for IPv6 sockets.

       net:socket-buffer (bytes)
              use  given  size  for  SO_SNDBUF and SO_RCVBUF socket options. 0
              means system default.

       net:socket-maxseg (bytes)
              use given size for TCP_MAXSEG socket option. Not  all  operating
              systems support this option, but linux does.

       net:timeout (seconds)
              sets the network protocol timeout.

       sftp:connect-program (string)
              the  program  to  use for connecting to remote server. It should
              support ‘-l’ option for user name, ‘-p’ for port number. Default
              is ‘ssh -a -x’. You can set it to ‘rsh’, for example.

       sftp:max-packets-in-flight (number)
              The maximum number of unreplied packets in flight. If round trip
              time  is  significant,  you  should  increase  this  and   size-
              read/size-write. Default is 16.

       sftp:protocol-version (number)
              The  protocol number to negotiate. Default is 4. The actual pro-
              tocol version used depends on server.

       sftp:server-program (string)
              The server program implementing SFTP protocol. If  it  does  not
              contain  a  slash  ‘/’, it is considered a ssh2 subsystem and -s
              option  is  used  when  starting  connect-program.   Default  is
              ‘sftp’. You can use rsh as transport level protocol like this:
                   set sftp:connect-program rsh
                   set sftp:server-program /usr/libexec/openssh/sftp-server
              Similarly you can run sftp over ssh1.

       sftp:size-read (number)
              Block size for reading. Default is 0x8000.

       sftp:size-write (number)
              Block size for writing. Default is 0x8000.

       ssl:ca-file (path to file)
              use specified file as Certificate Authority certificate.

       ssl:ca-path (path to directory)
              use  specified  directory  as  Certificate Authority certificate
              repository.

       ssl:crl-file (path to file)
              use specified file as Certificate Revocation List certificate.

       ssl:crl-path (path to directory)
              use specified directory as Certificate Revocation List  certifi-
              cate repository.

       ssl:key-file (path to file)
              use specified file as your private key.

       ssl:cert-file (path to file)
              use specified file as your certificate.

       ssl:verify-certificate (boolean)
              if  set to yes, then verify server’s certificate to be signed by
              a known Certificate Authority and not be on Certificate  Revoca-
              tion List.

       xfer:clobber (boolean)
              if this setting is off, get commands will not overwrite existing
              files and generate an error instead. Default is on.

       xfer:eta-period (seconds)
              the period over which weighted average  rate  is  calculated  to
              produce ETA.

       xfer:eta-terse (boolean)
              show terse ETA (only high order parts). Default is true.

       xfer:max-redirections (number)
              maximum number of redirections. This can be useful for download-
              ing over HTTP.  Default is 0, which prohibits redirections.

       xfer:rate-period (seconds)
              the period over which weighted average rate is calculated to  be
              shown.


       The  name  of variables can be abbreviated unless it becomes ambiguous.
       The prefix before ‘:’ can be omitted too. You can set one variable sev-
       eral  times  for  different closures, and thus you can get a particular
       settings for particular state. The closure is  to  be  specified  after
       variable name separated with slash ‘/’.

       The  closure  for ‘dns:’, ‘net:’, ‘ftp:’, ‘http:’, ‘hftp:’ domain vari-
       ables is currently just the host name as you specify it in  the  ‘open’
       command  (with  some  exceptions  where  closure  is  meaningless, e.g.
       dns:cache-size).  For some ‘cmd:’ domain variables the closure is  cur-
       rent  URL  without path.  For other variables it is not currently used.
       See examples in the sample lftp.conf.

       Certain commands and settings take a time interval  parameter.  It  has
       the  format  Nx[Nx...],  where N is time amount and x is time unit: d -
       days, h - hours, m - minutes, s - seconds. Default unit is second. E.g.
       5h30m.   Also the interval can be ‘infinity’, ‘inf’, ‘never’, ‘forever’
       - it means infinite interval. E.g. ‘sleep forever’ or  ‘set  dns:cache-
       expire never’.


   FTP asynchronous mode (pipelining)
       Lftp  can  speed  up ftp operations by sending several commands at once
       and then checking all the responses. See ftp:sync-mode variable.  Some-
       times this does not work, thus synchronous mode is the default. You can
       try to turn synchronous mode off and see if it works  for  you.  It  is
       known that some network software dealing with address translation works
       incorrectly in the case of several FTP commands in one network  packet.

       RFC959 says: ‘‘The user-process sending another command before the com-
       pletion reply would be in violation of protocol;  but  server-FTP  pro-
       cesses  should queue any commands that arrive while a preceding command
       is in progress’’. Also, RFC1123 says: ‘‘Implementors  MUST  NOT  assume
       any  correspondence  between  READ boundaries on the control connection
       and the Telnet EOL sequences (CR LF).’’ and ‘‘a single  READ  from  the
       control connection may include more than one FTP command’’.

       So  it  must  be safe to send several commands at once, which speeds up
       operation a lot and seems to work with  all  Unix  and  VMS  based  ftp
       servers.  Unfortunately, windows based servers often cannot handle sev-
       eral commands in one packet, and so cannot some broken routers.



OPTIONS

       -d     Switch on debugging mode

       -e commands
              Execute given commands and don’t exit.

       -p port
              Use the given port to connect

       -u user[,pass]
              Use the given username and password to connect

       -f script_file
              Execute commands in the file and exit

       -c commands
              Execute the given commands and exit



ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

       The following environment variables are processed by lftp:

       HOME   Used for (local) tilde (‘~’) expansion

       SHELL  Used by the ! command to determine the shell to run.

       PAGER  This should be the name of the pager to use.  It’s used  by  the
              more and zmore commands.

       http_proxy, https_proxy
              Used to set initial http:proxy, hftp:proxy and https:proxy vari-
              ables.

       ftp_proxy
              Used to set initial ftp:proxy or hftp:proxy variables, depending
              on URL protocol used in this environment variable.

       no_proxy
              Used to set initial net:no-proxy variable.

       LFTP_MODULE_PATH
              Used to set initial module:path variable.



FILES

       /etc/lftp.conf
              system-wide   startup   file.   Actual   location   depends   on
              --sysconfdir configure option. It is /etc when prefix  is  /usr,
              /usr/local/etc by default.


       ~/.lftp/rc, ~/.lftprc
              These files are executed on lftp startup after /etc/lftp.conf.

       ~/.lftp/log
              The  file  things  are  logged to when lftp moves into the back-
              ground in nohup mode.

       ~/.lftp/bookmarks
              The file is used to store lftp’s bookmarks.   See  the  bookmark
              command.

       ~/.lftp/cwd_history
              The file is used to store last working directories for each site
              visited.

       ~/.netrc
              The file is consulted to get default login and password  to  ftp
              server.   Passwords  are  also searched here if an URL with user
              name but with no password is used.



SEE ALSO

       ftpd(8), ftp(1)
       RFC854 (telnet), RFC959 (ftp),  RFC1123,  RFC1945  (http/1.0),  RFC2052
       (SRV  RR),  RFC2068  (http/1.1),  RFC2228  (ftp  security  extensions),
       RFC2389 (ftp FEAT), RFC2428 (ftp/ipv6), RFC2640 (ftp i18n).
       http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-murray-auth-ftp-ssl-11.txt
       (ftp over ssl),
       http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-ftpext-mlst-16.txt (ftp
       extensions over RFC959),
       http://www.ietf.org/internet-drafts/draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-04.txt
       (sftp).



AUTHOR

       Alexander V. Lukyanov
       lav@yars.free.net



ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

       This  manual  page  was originally written by Christoph Lameter <clame-
       ter@debian.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system. The page was improved
       and  updated  later by Nicolas Lichtmaier <nick@Feedback.com.ar>, James
       Troup   <J.J.Troup@comp.brad.ac.uk>   and   Alexander    V.    Lukyanov
       <lav@yars.free.net>.



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