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YAFC(1)			    General Commands Manual		       YAFC(1)

NAME
       yafc - Yet another FTP client

SYNOPSIS
       yafc [options] [proto://][user[:password]@]hostname[:port][/directory]

DESCRIPTION
       This manual documents Yafc. Yafc	is quite a powerful ftp	client.	 It is
       a console interface to the ftp protocol.	If you're looking for  a  nice
       GUI  client,  Yafc  is  not for you. If you, however, use ftp often and
       want a fast, powerful, friendly client Yafc is here for you...

       Some of the features are	recursive get/put/ls/rm, nohup transfers, col-
       ored  ls,  cached directory listings, autologin and bookmarks, powerful
       aliases and extensive tab completion.

OPTIONS
       -a, --anon
	      Try an anonymous login, ie login as "anonymous" with your	 email
	      address  as  password. Your email	address	is first looked	for in
	      the config file ("anon_password"), then in the  $EMAIL  environ-
	      ment  variable.  If  it's	 not  found, a guess is	made from your
	      user- and	hostname.

       -d, --debug
	      Print all	messages sent to/from server.

       -D, --dump-rc
	      Prints the default configuration file to standard	output.

       -m MECH,	--mechanism=MECH
	      Try security mechanism MECH when logging in to the  host	speci-
	      fied  on the command line. This will override any	'mech' options
	      in yafcrc	or bookmarks. MECH is a	colon-separated	 string,  sup-
	      ported  values are "krb4", "krb5"	and "none". The	mechanisms are
	      tried in the order specified.

       -n, --norc
	      Do not read the users configuration file.	This will  cause  yafc
	      to use its default settings.

       -p, --noproxy
	      Do  not connect via the proxy. This should be used if connection
	      to a host	on the local network.

       -q, --quiet
	      Do not print the welcome message with copyright information when
	      starting Yafc.

       -r FILE,	--rcfile=FILE
	      Read another configuration file.

       -t FILE,	--trace[=FILE]
	      Enable creation of trace file. Trace files are mainly for	debug-
	      ging  and	 includes  every  response  and	  command   Yafc   re-
	      ceives/sends. If FILE is specified, use that file	instead	of the
	      default trace file (~/.yafc/trace/trace.pid, where  pid  is  the
	      process id number	of Yafc.) Trace	files can grow quite large and
	      can safely be deleted.

       -u, --noauto
	      Do not login automagically to the	host specified on the  command
	      line. You	can still use bookmark aliases,	though.

       -U, --noalias
	      As ---noauto, but	bookmark aliases is disabled (for host on com-
	      mand line).

       -v, --verbose
	      Print all	responses received (without response code.)

       -w, --wait=TIME
	      Use a different time to wait  between  connection	 attempts,  in
	      seconds.	This overrides the value set by	"connect_wait_time" in
	      the configuration	file.

       -W, --workdir=DIR
	      Use a different working directory	for  configuration  files  and
	      temporary	files. Default is ~/.yafc.

       -V, --version
	      Print version information	on stdout and exit successfully.

       -h, --help
	      Print a short help description on	stdout and exit	successfully.

SEE ALSO
       The  full documentation for yafc	is maintained as a Texinfo manual.  If
       the info	and yafc programs are properly installed  at  your  site,  the
       command

	      info yafc

       should give you access to the complete manual.

AUTHOR
       Yafc  was  written  by Martin Hedenfalk <mhe@home.se>. This manual page
       was created from	the Texinfo documentation  by  Decklin	Foster	<deck-
       lin@red-bean.com> for the Debian	system.

								       YAFC(1)

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