Provided by: tinyproxy_1.6.3-3_i386
tinyproxy - A small HTTP proxy server
tinyproxy [ options ]
This man page documents tinyproxy
tinyproxy is an HTTP proxy server designed to consume a minimum of
system resources. It listens on a given TCP port and handles HTTP proxy
Use an alternate configuration file.
-d Don’t daemonize; stay in the foreground. Useful for debugging
-h Display a short help screen of command line arguments and exit.
-l Displays the licensing agreement.
-v Display version information and exit.
In addition to these command line options, there are also several
signals that can be sent to tinyproxy while it is running to generate
debugging information and to force certain events.
Force tinyproxy to do a garbage collection on the current
connections linked list. This is usually done automatically after
a certain number of connections have been handled.
Robert James Kaes (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Steven Young (email@example.com)
tinyproxy is distributed under the GNU Public License (GPL). For more
information on the GPL, please see the file COPYING which should have
been included in the archive with tinyproxy. Failing that,
http://www.fsf.org/ will doubtless have a copy up for you to peruse.
Please don’t use this software if you don’t agree to the terms
The latest version of tinyproxy can be acquired from: