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       freeciv-modpack - Custom content installer for the Freeciv game


       freeciv-modpack [ -h|--help ] [ -v|--version ]


       Freeciv  is  a free turn-based multiplayer strategy game, in which each
       player becomes the leader of a civilization,  fighting  to  obtain  the
       ultimate goal: To become the greatest civilization.

       Players  of  Civilization  II(R)  by Microprose(R) should feel at home,
       since one aim of Freeciv is to have compatible rules.

       Freeciv  is  maintained  by  an  international  team  of   coders   and
       enthusiasts,  and  is  easily one of the most fun and addictive network
       games out there!

       This is the custom content  installer  program.  -  See  also  freeciv-
       server(6) freeciv-client(6)

       This  manual  page  only  lists the command line arguments. For details
       regarding the options when using freeciv-modpack see the  documentation
       in  <>  as  well as the documentation which is
       part of the Freeciv distribution.


       All options have a short form (single hyphen and single letter)  and  a
       long  form  (double  hyphen  and  a  complete  word); their effects are

       -h, --help
              Prints a short summary of the command line options.

       -v, --version
              Prints the version number and exits.

              The Freeciv client accepts these environment variables:

       HOME   Specifies the user's home directory.

              Set this variable accordingly when using a proxy.

       LANG  or  LANGUAGE
              Sets the language and locale on some platforms.

       LC_ALL  or  LC_CTYPE
              Similar to LANG (see documentation for your system).

       USER   Specifies the username of the current user.


       Please report bugs to <>


       The Freeciv homepage is located at <>

       Updates and new info is first posted there.


       The Freeciv Team <freeciv-dev AT>.


       freeciv-server(6)  freeciv-client(6)  and  the  Client  Manual  at  the
       Freeciv homepage.

                               August 10th 2011                     FREECIV(6)