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MMAN(8)			       Middleman Manual			       MMAN(8)

NAME
       mman  -	(Advanced proxy	server designed	to increase privacy and	remove
       unwanted	content)

SYNOPSIS
       mman [-clpugdh]

DESCRIPTION
       Middleman is a robust proxy server with many features designed  to  re-
       move unwanted content, increase privacy,	and to simply make surfing the
       Web a more pleasant experience. Some of the highlights  include	banner
       and  popup  blocking,  HTTP and FTP content caching, NTLM and Basic au-
       thentication when forwarding through another proxy server, regular  ex-
       pression	substitution in	downloaded files and HTTP headers, regular ex-
       pression	substitution on	requested URLs,	many URL commands to temporar-
       ily  change the proxy settings or to view information about a requested
       file, complete support for HTTP/1.1  including  persistent  connections
       and  gzip  encoding,  and an intutive Web interface for configuring the
       proxy.

OPTIONS
       -c <file>
	       location	of config file

       -l <file>
	       file to log actvity to

       -p <file>
	       PID file

       -u <username>
	       run as alternate	user

       -g <groupname>
	       run in alternate	group

       -d <level>
	       set log level

       -h
	       help

FILES
       /usr/local/etc/mman.xml
       /usr/share/mman

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
       NONE   mman does	not support include any	support	for  ENVIROMENT	 vari-
	      ables.

EXAMPLES
       To run this program the standard	way type:

       mman -c /usr/local/etc/mman.xml

       Alternativly you	can run	it as:

       mman -c /usr/local/etc/mman.xml -u mman -g mman -p /var/run/mman.pid -l
       /var/log/mmam.log

AUTHORS
       Middleman was written by	Jason Mclaughlin <jasonmc@sympatico.ca>

SEE ALSO
       syslog(2) pcre(3) zlib(3) pam(8)

Ned Ludd <solar@gentoo.org>	      0.1			       MMAN(8)

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