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LINKS(1)                                                              LINKS(1)

       links - lynx-like alternative character mode WWW browser

       links [options] URL

       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

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

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

       -g     Run Links in graphics mode. If not given, Links will run in text
              mode.   Running in graphics mode means that Links will probe all
              compiled-in graphics devices and run on the first found. If none
              found,  links  will not run in text mode. This option works only
              if --enable-graphics was given to ./configure.

              Pass a parameter to the graphics driver.  On  SVGAlib,  this  is
              widthxheightxdepth,  (where  depth  is 16, 256, 32K, 64K, 16M or
              16M32) and defines the graphics mode, on X the format is widthx-
              height and defines the window size.

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

              Maximum number of concurrent connections.  (default: 10)

              Maximum  number  of  concurrent  connection  to  a  given  host.
              (default: 2)

              Number of retries.  (default: 3)

              Timeout on receive.  (default: 120)

              Timeout on non restartable connections.  (default: 600)

              Number of formatted document pages cached.  (default: 5)

              Cache memory in Kilobytes.  (default: 1024)

              Host and port number of the HTTP  proxy,  or  blank.
			  (default: blank)

              Default download directory.  (default: actual dir)

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

              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-

              Runs links as a separate instance -  instead  of  connecting  to
              existing instance.

              Prints the links version number and exit.

       -help  Printf a help screen

       More options can be seen with links -h

       The keys you may use while navigating are

       PGDN   page down

       Space  page down

       PGUP   page up

       b      page up

       B      page up

              next link/down (text mode), scroll down (graphics mode)

              prev link/up (text mode), up (graphics mode)

       ^INS   copy to clipboard

       ^C     copy to clipboard (OS/2 only)

       INS    scroll up (text mode only)

       ^P     scroll up

       DEL    scroll down

       ^N     scroll down

       [      scroll left

       ]      scroll right

       HOME   home

       END    end of page

              enter  link/press  button  (text  mode),  scroll right (graphics

       ENTER  enter link/press button

              go back (text mode), scroll left (graphics mode)

       d      download link (text mode only)

       D      download link (text mode only)

       /      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      edit the current URL and goto the result

       s      bookmark manager

       S      bookmark manager

       q      quit, close window if more windows are open

       Q      quit, close window if more windows are open

       =      document informations

       \      toggle HTML source/rendered view

       TAB    next frame (text mode only)

       F9     menu

       F10    file menu

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

              move right

              move left

       HOME   jump at the beginning

       ^A     jump at the beginning

       END    jump at the end

       ^E     jump at the end

       ^X     cut to clipboard

       ^V     paste from clipboard

       ENTER  enter line

              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 or delete line (in textarea)

       ^W     auto complete line

              Per-user configfile, automatically created by links.

       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.

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

       Please report any other bugs you find to Mikulas Patocka  

       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.

       links was written by Mikulas  Patocka,  Karel  'Clock'  Kulhavy,
       Petr  'Brain'  Kulhavy,  and  Martin  'PerM'  Pergel.   See file
       AUTHORS for a list of people contributing to this project.

       The  homepage  of  links  can  be  found  at   http://atrey.kar-

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

       lynx(1), w3m(1)

                                   Dec, 2000                          LINKS(1)
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