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LINKS(1)							      LINKS(1)

NAME
       links - lynx-like alternative character mode WWW browser

SYNOPSIS
       links [options] URL

DESCRIPTION
       links  is  a  text  mode WWW browser with ncurses interface, supporting
       colors, correct table rendering, background  downloading,  menu	driven
       configuration interface and slim code.

       Frames  are  supported.	You can have different file formats associated
       with external viewers. mailto: and telnet: are supported	 via  external
       clients.

       links can handle local (file://) or remote (http:// or ftp://) URLs.

OPTIONS
       Most  options  can be set in the user interface or config file, so usu‐
       ally you do not need to care about them.

       -async-dns <0>/<1>
	      Asyncronous DNS resolver on(1)/off(0).

       -max-connections <max>
	      Maximum number of concurrent connections.	 (default: 10)

       -max-connections-to-host <max>
	      Maximum  number  of  concurrent  connection  to  a  given	 host.
	      (default: 2)

       -retries <retry>
	      Number of retries.  (default: 3)

       -receive-timeout <sec>
	      Timeout on receive.  (default: 120)

       -unrestartable-receive-timeout <sec>
	      Timeout on non restartable connections.  (default: 600)

       -format-cache-size <num>
	      Number of formatted document pages cached.  (default: 5)

       -memory-cache-size <Kbytes>
	      Cache memory in Kilobytes.  (default: 1024)

       -http-proxy <host:port>
	      Host  and	 port  number  of the HTTP proxy, or blank.  (default:
	      blank)

       -ftp-proxy <host:port>
	      Host and port number of the  FTP	proxy,	or  blank.   (default:
	      blank)

       -download-dir <path>
	      Default download directory.  (default: actual dir)

       -assume-codepage <codepage>
	      Use  the	given  codepage	 when  the webpage did not specify its
	      codepage. (default: ISO 8859-1)

       -anonymous
	      Restrict links so that it can run on an anonymous	 account.   No
	      local  file  browsing.  No  downloads.  Executing	 of viewers is
	      allowed, but user can't add or modify entries in association ta‐
	      ble.

       -dump  Write a plain-text version of the given HTML document to stdout.

       -no-connect
	      Runs  links  as  a  separate instance - instead of connecting to
	      existing instance.

       -source
	      Write the given HTML document in source form to stdout.

       -version
	      Print the links version number and exit.

       -help  Print a help screen.

NAVIGATION KEYS
       The keys you may use while navigating are

       PGDN   page down

       Space  page down

       PGUP   page up

       b      page up

       B      page up

       CursorDOWN
	      next link/down

       CursorUP
	      prev link/up

       ^INS   copy to clipboard

       ^C     copy to clipboard

       INS    scroll up

       ^P     scroll up

       DEL    scroll down

       ^N     scroll down

       [      scroll left

       ]      scroll right

       HOME   home

       END    end of page

       CursorRIGHT
	      enter link/press button

       ENTER  enter link/press button

       CursorLEFT
	      go back

       d      download link

       D      download link

       /      search in the page

       ?      search back in the page

       n      find next match

       N      find next match backwards

       f      zoom actual frame

       F      zoom actual frame

       ^R     reload page

       g      go to URL

       G      go to the current URL

       a      add a new bookmark

       A      add a new bookmark

       s      bookmark manager

       S      bookmark manager

       q      quit

       Q      quit

       =      document informations

       |      header informations

       \      toggle HTML source/rendered view

       *      toggle display images

       TAB    next frame

       ESC    menu/escape

       F9     menu

       F10    file menu

EDITING KEYS
       The following keys can be used while editing a line/jumping to a URL:

       CursorRIGHT
	      move right

       CursorLEFT
	      move left

       HOME   jump at the beginning

       ^A     jump at the beginning

       END    jump at the end

       ^E     jump at the end

       ^INS   copy to clipboard

       ^B     copy to clipboard

       ^X     cut to clipboard

       ^V     paste from clipboard

       ENTER  enter line

       BACKSPACE
	      delete back character

       ^H     delete back character

       DEL    delete character

       ^D     delete character

       ^U     delete from beginning of the line

       ^K     delete to the end of the line

       ^W     auto complete line

FILES
       ~/.links/.links.cfg
	      Per-user configfile, automatically created by links.

PLATFORMS
       links is known to work on Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris,  IRIX,  HPUX,
       Digital Unix, AIX, OS/2 and BeOS.  Port for Win32 is in state of
       beta testing.

BUGS
       Can't connect to some FTP servers (Novell, NT). Connection stays
       in "Request sent" state.

       Frames  don't  work  if there's more frames with same name. Turn
       them off in such case.

       You can't upload large files; it takes _lots_ of memory.

       You shoudn't press '^Z' when you are in a viewer

       Please report any other bugs you find to Mikulas Patocka	 <miku‐
       las@artax.karlin.mff.cuni.cz>

LICENSE
       links is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
       under the terms of the GNU General Public License  as  published
       by  the	Free  Software	Foundation;  either  version  2	 of the
       License, or (at your option) any later version.

AUTHOR
       links  was  written  by	Mikulas	  Patocka   <mikulas@artax.kar‐
       lin.mff.cuni.cz>.   See	file  Authors for a list of people con‐
       tributing to this project.

       The homepage of links can be found at http://links.browser.org/

       This manual page was written by Peter  Gervai  <grin@tolna.net>,
       using  excerpts	from  a (yet?) unknown links fan for the Debian
       GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).

SEE ALSO
       lynx(1), w3m(1)

				   Dec, 2000			      LINKS(1)
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