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       lftp - Sophisticated file transfer program


       lftp [-d] [-e cmd] [-p port] [-u user[,pass]] [site]
       lftp -f script_file
       lftp -c commands
       lftp --version
       lftp --help


       This man page documents lftp version 4.8.1.


       lftp  is a file transfer program that allows sophisticated FTP, HTTP and other connections
       to other hosts. If site is specified then lftp will  connect  to  that  site  otherwise  a
       connection has to be established with the open command.

       lftp can handle several file access methods - FTP, FTPS, HTTP, HTTPS, HFTP, FISH, SFTP and
       file (HTTPS and FTPS are only available when lftp is compiled  with  GNU  TLS  or  OpenSSL
       library).  You  can  specify  the  method  to  use  in  `open  URL'  command,  e.g.  `open'. HFTP is ftp-over-http-proxy protocol. It can be  used
       automatically  instead  of  FTP  if  ftp:proxy  is set to `http://proxy[:port]'. Fish is a
       protocol working over an ssh connection to a unix account. SFtp is a protocol  implemented
       in SSH2 as SFTP subsystem.

       Besides FTP-like protocols, lftp has support for BitTorrent protocol as `torrent' command.
       Seeding is also supported.

       Every operation in lftp is reliable, that is any non-fatal error is handled  properly  and
       the  operation  is repeated. So if downloading breaks, it will be restarted from the point
       automatically. Even if FTP server does not support the REST  command,  lftp  will  try  to
       retrieve the file from the very beginning until the file is transferred completely.

       lftp  has shell-like command syntax allowing you to launch several commands in parallel in
       background (&). It is also possible to group  commands  within  ()  and  execute  them  in
       background.  All  background jobs are executed in the same single process. You can bring a
       foreground job to background with ^Z (c-z) and back with command `wait' (or `fg' which  is
       alias  to  `wait').  To  list  running  jobs,  use  command  `jobs'.  Some  commands allow
       redirecting their output (cat, ls, ...) to file or via pipe to external command.  Commands
       can be executed conditionally based on termination status of previous command (&&, ||).

       If you exit lftp before all jobs are not finished yet, lftp will move itself to nohup mode
       in background. The same thing happens with a real modem hangup or when you close an xterm.

       lftp has built-in mirror which can download or update a whole  directory  tree.  There  is
       also  reverse  mirror  (mirror  -R)  which  uploads or updates a directory tree on server.
       Mirror can  also  synchronize  directories  between  two  remote  servers,  using  FXP  if

       There  is  command  `at'  to  launch  a  job at specified time in current context, command
       `queue' to queue commands for sequential execution for current server, and much more.

       On  startup,  lftp  executes  /etc/lftp.conf  and  then  ~/.lftprc  and   ~/.lftp/rc   (or
       ~/.config/lftp/rc  if  ~/.lftp  does not exist).  You can place aliases and `set' commands
       there. Some people prefer to see full protocol debug, use `debug' to turn  the  debug  on.
       Use `debug 3' to see only greeting messages and error messages.

       lftp  has  a  number  of settable variables. You can use `set -a' to see all variables and
       their values or `set -d' to see list of defaults.  Variable names can be  abbreviated  and
       prefix can be omitted unless the rest becomes ambiguous.

       If  lftp  was  compiled  with  OpenSSL  (configure  --with-openssl)  it  includes software
       developed by the OpenSSL Project for use in the OpenSSL Toolkit. (

       ! shell command

       Launch shell or shell command.


       To do a directory listing of the local host.

       alias  [name [value]]

       Define or undefine alias name. If value is omitted, the alias is undefined, else it  takes
       the value value. If no argument is given the current aliases are listed.

              alias dir ls -lF
              alias less zmore

       at time [ -- command ]

       Wait until the given time and execute given (optional) command. See also at(1).

       attach  [PID]

       Attach the terminal to specified backgrounded lftp process.

       bookmark  [subcommand]

       The bookmark command controls bookmarks.

       Site  names  can be used in the open command directly as-is or in any command that accepts
       input URLs using the bm:site/path format.

              add <name> [<loc>]   add current place or given location to bookmarks and  bind  to
                                   given name
              del <name>           remove bookmark with name
              edit                 start editor on bookmarks file
              import <type>        import foreign bookmarks
              list                 list bookmarks (default)

       cache  [subcommand]

       The cache command controls local memory cache.  The following subcommands are recognized:

       stat        print cache status (default)
       on|off      turn on/off caching
       flush       flush cache
       size lim    set memory limit, -1 means unlimited
       expire Nx   set cache expiration time to N seconds (x=s) minutes (x=m) hours (x=h) or days

       cat files

       cat outputs the remote file(s) to stdout.  (See also more, zcat and zmore)

       cd rdir

       Change current remote directory.  The previous remote directory is stored as `-'. You  can
       do  `cd  -'  to  change  the directory back.  The previous directory for each site is also
       stored on disk, so you can do `open site; cd -' even after lftp restart.

       chmod [OPTS] mode files...

       Change permission mask on remote files. The mode can be an octal number or a symbolic mode
       (see chmod(1)).

              -c, --changes     like verbose but report only when a change is made
              -f, --quiet       suppress most error messages
              -v, --verbose     output a diagnostic for every file processed
              -R, --recursive   change files and directories recursively

       close [-a]

       Close idle connections.  By default only with the current server, use -a to close all idle

       cls [OPTS] files...

       `cls' tries to retrieve information about specified files or directories and  outputs  the
       information  according  to  format  options. The difference between `ls' and `cls' is that
       `ls' requests the server to format file  listing,  and  `cls'  formats  it  itself,  after
       retrieving all the needed information.

              -1                         single-column output
              -a, --all                  show dot files
              -B, --basename             show basename of files only
                  --block-size=SIZ       use SIZ-byte blocks
              -d, --directory            list directory entries instead of contents
              -F, --classify             append indicator (one of /@) to entries
              -h, --human-readable       print sizes in human readable format (e.g., 1K)
                  --si                   likewise, but use powers of 1000 not 1024
              -k, --kilobytes            like --block-size=1024
              -l, --long                 use a long listing format
              -q, --quiet                don't show status
              -s, --size                 print size of each file
                  --filesize             if printing size, only print size for files
              -i, --nocase               case-insensitive pattern matching
              -I, --sortnocase           sort names case-insensitively
              -D, --dirsfirst            list directories first
                  --sort=OPT             "name", "size", "date"
              -S                         sort by file size
                  --user, --group,
                  --perms, --date,
                  --linkcount, --links   show individual fields
                  --time-style=STYLE     use specified time format

       command cmd args...

       execute given command ignoring aliases.

       debug [OPTS] level|off

       Switch debugging to level or turn it off. Options:

              -T        truncate output file
              -o <file> redirect debug output to the file
              -c        show message context
              -p        show PID
              -t        show timestamps

       du [OPTS] path...

       Summarize disk usage. Options:

              -a, --all              write counts for all files, not just directories

                  --block-size=SIZ   use SIZ-byte blocks
              -b, --bytes            print size in bytes
              -c, --total            produce a grand total
              -d, --max-depth=N      print  the  total for a directory (or file, with --all) only
                                     if it is N or fewer levels below the command line  argument;
                                     --max-depth=0 is the same as --summarize
              -F, --files            print number of files instead of sizes
              -h, --human-readable   print sizes in human readable format (e.g., 1K 234M 2G)
              -H, --si               likewise, but use powers of 1000 not 1024
              -k, --kilobytes        like --block-size=1024
              -m, --megabytes        like --block-size=1048576
              -S, --separate-dirs    do not include size of subdirectories
              -s, --summarize        display only a total for each argument
                  --exclude=PAT      exclude files that match PAT

       echo [-n] string

       Prints (echos) the given string to the display.

       edit [OPTS] file

       Retrieve remote file to a temporary location, run a local editor on it and upload the file
       back if changed. Options:

              -k        keep the temporary file
              -o <temp> explicit temporary file location

       eval [-f format ] args...

       without -f it executes given arguments as a command. With -f,  arguments  are  transformed
       into  a  new  command.  The format can contain plain text and placeholders $0...$9 and $@,
       corresponding to the arguments.

       exit [bg] [top] [parent] [kill] [code]

       exit will exit from lftp or move to background if there are active  jobs.  If  no  job  is
       active,  code  is  passed  to  operating  system  as lftp's termination status. If code is
       omitted, the exit code of last command is used.

       `exit bg' forces moving to background when cmd:move-background is false.  `exit top' makes
       top  level  `shell'  (internal lftp command executor) terminate.  `exit parent' terminates
       the parent shell when running a nested script.  `exit kill' kills all numbered jobs before
       exiting.  The  options can be combined, e.g.  `at 08:00 -- exit top kill &' kills all jobs
       and makes lftp exit at specified time.


       Alias for `wait'.

       find [OPTS] directory...

       List files in the directory (current directory by default)  recursively.   This  can  help
       with servers lacking ls -R support. You can redirect output of this command. Options:

              -d MD, --max-depth=MD   specify maximum scan depth
              -l,    --ls             use long listing format


       Obsolete. Use one of the following instead:
              get ftp://... -o ftp://...
              get -O ftp://... file1 file2...
              put ftp://...
              mput ftp://.../*
              mget -O ftp://... ftp://.../*
       or  other combinations to get FXP transfer (directly between two FTP servers).  lftp would
       fallback to plain copy (via client) if FXP transfer cannot be initiated or ftp:use-fxp  is

       get [-E] [-a] [-c] [-e] [-P N] [-O base] rfile [-o lfile] ...

       Retrieve  the  remote  file rfile and store it as the local file lfile.  If -o is omitted,
       the file is stored to local file named as base name of rfile. You can get  multiple  files
       by  specifying  multiple instances of rfile (and -o lfile). Does not expand wildcards, use
       mget for that.

              -c          continue, reget
              -E          delete source files after successful transfer
              -e          delete target file before the transfer
              -a          use ascii mode (binary is the default)
              -P N        download N files in parallel
              -O <base>   specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

              get README
              get README -o debian.README
              get README README.mirrors
              get README -o debian.README README.mirrors -o debian.mirrors
              get README -o
              get README -o   (end slash is important)

       get1 [OPTS] rfile

       Transfer a single file. Options:

              -o <lfile>                  destination file name (default - basename of rfile)
              -c                          continue, reget
              -E                          delete source files after successful transfer
              -a                          use ascii mode (binary is the default)
              -d                          create the directory of the target file
              --source-region=<from-to>   transfer specified region of source file
              --target-position=<pos>     position in target file to write data at

       glob  [OPTS] [command] patterns

       Glob given patterns containing metacharacters and pass result to given command  or  return
       appropriate exit code.

              -f            plain files (default)
              -d            directories
              -a            all types
              --exist       return zero exit code when the patterns expand to non-empty list
              --not-exist   return zero exit code when the patterns expand to an empty list

              glob echo *
              glob --exist *.csv && echo "There are *.csv files"

       help [cmd]

       Print help for cmd or if no cmd was specified print a list of available commands.

       history [OPTS] [cnt]

       View  or  manipulate  the  command history.  Optional argument cnt specifies the number of
       history lines to list, or "all" to list all entries.  Options:

              -w <file> Write history to file.
              -r <file> Read history from file; appends to current history.
              -c        Clear the history.
              -l        List the history (default).

       jobs [OPTS] [job_no...]

       List running jobs. If job_no is specified, only list a job with that number.  Options:

              -v   verbose, several -v increase verbosity
              -r   list just one specified job without recursion

       kill all|job_no

       Delete specified job with job_no or all jobs.  (For job_no see jobs)

       lcd ldir

       Change current local directory ldir. The previous local directory is stored  as  `-'.  You
       can do `lcd -' to change the directory back.

       ln [-s] existing-file new-link

       Make  a  hard/symbolic link to an existing file.  Option -s selects creation of a symbolic

       local command

       Run specified command with local directory file://  session  instead  of  remote  session.
              local pwd
              local ls
              local mirror /dir1 /dir2


       Print current working directory on local machine.

       ls params

       List remote files. You can redirect output of this command to file or via pipe to external
       command.  By default, ls output is cached, to see new listing use rels or cache flush.

       mget [-c] [-d] [-a] [-E] [-e] [-P N] [-O base] files

       Gets selected files with expanded wildcards.

              -c          continue, reget.
              -d          create directories the same as file names and get the files  into  them
                          instead of current directory.
              -E          delete source files after successful transfer
              -e          delete target file before the transfer
              -a          use ascii mode (binary is the default)
              -P N        download N files in parallel
              -O <base>   specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       mirror [OPTS] [source [target]]

       Mirror specified source directory to the target directory.

       By  default  the source is remote and the target is a local directory.  When using -R, the
       source directory is local and the target is remote.  If the target directory  is  omitted,
       base name of the source directory is used.  If both directories are omitted, current local
       and remote directories are used.

       The source and/or the target may be URLs pointing to directories.

       If the target directory ends with a slash (except the root directory) then  base  name  of
       the source directory is appended.

              -c,      --continue                 continue a mirror job if possible
              -e,      --delete                   delete files not present at the source
                       --delete-excluded          delete files excluded at the target
                       --delete-first             delete old files before transferring new ones
                       --depth-first              descend into subdirectories before transferring
                       --scan-all-first           scan   all   directories   recursively   before
                                                  transferring files
              -s,      --allow-suid               set suid/sgid bits according to the source
                       --allow-chown              try to set owner and group on files
                       --ascii                    use     ascii     mode    transfers    (implies
                       --ignore-time              ignore time when deciding whether to download
                       --ignore-size              ignore size when deciding whether to download
                       --only-missing             download only missing files
                       --only-existing            download only files already existing at target
              -n,      --only-newer               download only newer files (-c won't work)
                       --upload-older             upload even files older than the target ones
                       --transfer-all             transfer all files, even seemingly the same  at
                                                  the target site
                       --no-empty-dirs            don't   create   empty   directories   (implies
              -r,      --no-recursion             don't go to subdirectories
                       --recursion=MODE           go to subdirectories on a condition
                       --no-symlinks              don't create symbolic links
              -p,      --no-perms                 don't set file permissions
                       --no-umask                 don't apply umask to file modes
              -R,      --reverse                  reverse mirror (put files)
              -L,      --dereference              download symbolic links as files
                       --overwrite                overwrite plain  files  without  removing  them
                       --no-overwrite             remove  and  re-create  plain  files instead of
              -N,      --newer-than=SPEC          download only files newer than specified time
                       --older-than=SPEC          download only files older than specified time
                       --size-range=RANGE         download only  files  with  size  in  specified
              -P,      --parallel[=N]             download N files in parallel
                       --use-pget[-n=N]           use pget to transfer every single file
                       --on-change=CMD            execute   the  command  if  anything  has  been
                       --loop                     repeat mirror until no changes found
              -i RX,   --include=RX               include matching files
              -x RX,   --exclude=RX               exclude matching files
              -I GP,   --include-glob=GP          include matching files
              -X GP,   --exclude-glob=GP          exclude matching files
                       --exclude-glob-from=FILE   load include/exclude patterns  from  the  file,
                                                  one per line
              -f FILE, --file=FILE                mirror  a  single  file  or globbed group (e.g.
              -F DIR,  --directory=DIR            mirror a  single  directory  or  globbed  group
                                                  (e.g. /path/to/dir*)
              -O DIR,  --target-directory=DIR     target base path or URL
              -v,      --verbose[=level]          verbose operation
                       --log=FILE                 write lftp commands being executed to FILE
                       --script=FILE              write  lftp commands to FILE, but don't execute
                       --just-print, --dry-run    same as --script=-
                       --max-errors=N             stop after this number of errors
                       --skip-noaccess            don't  try  to  transfer  files  with  no  read
                       --use-cache                use cached directory listings

                       --Remove-source-files      remove  source  files  after transfer (use with
                       --Remove-source-dirs       remove  source  files  and  directories   after
                                                  transfer   (use   with   caution).   Top  level
                                                  directory is not removed if it's name ends with
                                                  a slash.
                       --Move                     same as --Remove-source-dirs
              -a                                  same as --allow-chown --allow-suid --no-umask
       RX is an extended regular expression, just like in egrep(1).

       GP is a glob pattern, e.g. `*.zip'.

       Include  and  exclude  options  can  be  specified multiple times. It means that a file or
       directory would be mirrored if it matches an include and does not match to excludes  after
       the  include,  or  does not match anything and the first check is exclude. Directories are
       matched with a slash appended.

       Note that symbolic links are not created when uploading  to  remote  server,  because  FTP
       protocol cannot do it. To upload files the links refer to, use `mirror -RL' command (treat
       symbolic links as files).

       For options  --newer-than  and  --older-than  you  can  either  specify  a  file  or  time
       specification  like  that  used  by at(1) command, e.g.  `now-7days' or `week ago'. If you
       specify a file, then modification time of that file will be used.

       Verbosity level can be selected using --verbose=level option or  by  several  -v  options,
       e.g. -vvv. Levels are:
              0 - no output (default)
              1 - print actions
              2 - +print not deleted file names (when -e is not specified)
              3 - +print directory names which are mirrored

       --only-newer turns off file size comparison and uploads/downloads only newer files even if
       size is different. By default older files are transferred and replace newer ones.

       --upload-older allows replacing newer remote files with older ones (when the  target  side
       is  remote).  Some  remote  back-ends cannot preserve timestamps so the default is to keep
       newer files.

       Recursion mode can be one of  `always',  `never',  `missing',  `newer'.  With  the  option
       `newer'  mirror  compares  timestamps  of directories and enters a directory only if it is
       older or missing on the target side. Be aware that  when  a  file  changes  the  directory
       timestamp may stay the same, so mirror won't process that directory.

       The options --file and --directory may be used multiple times and even mixed provided that
       base directories of the paths are the same.

       You can mirror between two servers if you specify URLs instead  of  directories.   FXP  is
       automatically used for transfers between FTP servers, if possible.

       Some  FTP servers hide dot-files by default (e.g. .htaccess), and show them only when LIST
       command is used with -a option. In such case try to use `set ftp:list-options -a'.

       The recursion modes `newer' and `missing' conflict with  --scan-all-first,  --depth-first,
       --no-empty-dirs and setting mirror:no-empty-dirs=true.

       mkdir [-p] [-f] dir(s)

       Make remote directories. If -p is used, make all components of paths.  The -f option makes
       mkdir quiet and suppresses messages.

       module module [ args ]

       Load given module using dlopen(3) function. If module name does not contain a slash, it is
       searched  in  directories  specified  by  module:path  variable.   Arguments are passed to
       module_init function. See README.modules for technical details.

       more files

       Same as `cat files | more'. if PAGER is set, it is used as filter.  (See  also  cat,  zcat
       and zmore)

       mput [-c] [-d] [-a] [-E] [-e] [-P N] [-O base] files

       Upload  files  with  wildcard expansion. By default it uses the base name of local name as
       remote one. This can be changed by `-d' option.

              -c          continue, reput
              -d          create directories the same as in file names and  put  the  files  into
                          them instead of current directory
              -E          delete source files after successful transfer (dangerous)
              -e          delete target file before the transfer
              -a          use ascii mode (binary is the default)
              -P N        upload N files in parallel
              -O <base>   specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       mrm file(s)

       Same as `glob rm'. Removes specified file(s) with wildcard expansion.

       mmv [-O directory] file(s) directory

       Move specified files to a target directory. The target directory can be specified after -O
       option or as the last argument.

              -O <dir>   specifies the target directory where files should be placed

       mv file1 file2

       Rename file1 to file2. No wildcard exmapsion is performed.  If  you  give  more  than  two
       arguments, or the last argument ends with a slash, then mmv command is executed instead.

       nlist [args]

       List remote file names

       open [OPTS] site

       Select  a  server  by  host  name,  URL  or  bookmark.  When  an URL or bookmark is given,
       automatically change the current working directory to the directory of the URL.  Options:

              -e cmd            execute the command just after selecting the server
              -u user[,pass]    use the user/password for authentication
              -p port           use the port for connection
              -s slot           assign the connection to this slot
              -d                enable debug
              -B                don't look up bookmarks
              --user user       use the user for authentication
              --password pass   use the password for authentication
              --env-password    take password from LFTP_PASSWORD environment variable
              site              host name, URL or bookmark name

       pget [OPTS] rfile [-o lfile]

       Gets the specified file using several connections. This can speed up transfer,  but  loads
       the  net and server heavily impacting other users. Use only if you really have to transfer
       the file ASAP.  Options:

              -c           continue transfer. Requires lfile.lftp-pget-status file.
              -n maxconn   set maximum number of connections (default is taken from pget:default-
                           n setting)

       put [-E] [-a] [-c] [-e] [-P N] [-O base] lfile [-o rfile]

       Upload  lfile  with  remote  name  rfile. If -o omitted, the base name of lfile is used as
       remote name. Does not expand wildcards, use mput for that.

              -o <rfile>   specifies remote file name (default - basename of lfile)
              -c           continue, reput. It requires permission to overwrite remote files
              -E           delete source files after successful transfer (dangerous)
              -e           delete target file before the transfer
              -a           use ascii mode (binary is the default)
              -P N         upload N files in parallel
              -O <base>    specifies base directory or URL where files should be placed

       pwd [-p]

       Print current remote URL. Use `-p' option to show password in the URL.

       queue [-n num ] cmd

       Add the given command to queue for sequential execution. Each site has its own queue. `-n'
       adds  the  command  before  the  given item in the queue. Don't try to queue `cd' or `lcd'
       commands, it may confuse lftp. Instead do the cd/lcd before `queue' command, and  it  will
       remember  the  place  in  which  the  command is to be done. It is possible to queue up an
       already running job by `queue wait <jobno>', but the job will continue execution  even  if
       it is not the first in queue.

       `queue  stop'  will  stop  the  queue,  it  will not execute any new commands, but already
       running jobs will continue to run. You can use `queue stop' to  create  an  empty  stopped
       queue.  `queue  start' will resume queue execution.  When you exit lftp, it will start all
       stopped queues automatically.

       `queue' with no arguments will either create a stopped queue or print queue status.

       queue --delete|-d [index or wildcard expression]

       Delete one or more items from the queue. If no argument is given, the last  entry  in  the
       queue is deleted.

       queue --move|-m <index or wildcard expression> [index]

       Move  the  given  items  before  the given queue index, or to the end if no destination is

              -q   Be quiet.
              -v   Be verbose.
              -Q   Output in a format that can be used to re-queue. Useful with --delete.

              > get file &
              [1] get file
              > queue wait 1
              > queue get another_file
              > cd a_directory
              > queue get yet_another_file

              queue -d 3             Delete the third item in the queue.
              queue -m 6 4           Move the sixth item in the queue before the fourth.
              queue -m "get*zip" 1   Move all commands matching "get*zip" to the beginning of the
                                     queue.  (The order of the items is preserved.)
              queue -d "get*zip"     Delete all commands matching "get*zip".

       quote cmd

       For FTP - send the command uninterpreted. Use with caution - it can lead to unknown remote
       state and thus will cause reconnect. You cannot be sure that any change  of  remote  state
       because of quoted command is solid - it can be reset by reconnect at any time.

       For  HTTP - specific to HTTP action. Syntax: ``quote <command> [<args>]''.  Command may be
       ``set-cookie'' or ``post''.
              quote set-cookie "variable=value; othervar=othervalue"
              set http:post-content-type application/x-www-form-urlencoded
              quote post /cgi-bin/script.cgi "var=value&othervar=othervalue" > local_file

       For FISH - send the command uninterpreted. This can be used to execute arbitrary  commands
       on server. The command must not take input or print ### at new line beginning. If it does,
       the protocol will become out of sync.
              open fish://server
              quote find -name \*.zip

       reget rfile [-o lfile]

       Same as `get -c'.

       rels [args]

       Same as `ls', but ignores the cache.

       renlist [args]

       Same as `nlist', but ignores the cache.

       repeat [OPTS] [[-d] delay] [command]

       Repeat specified command with a delay between iterations.  Default delay  is  one  second,
       default command is empty.

              -c <count>    maximum number of iterations
              -d <delay>    delay between iterations
              --while-ok    stop when command exits with non-zero code
              --until-ok    stop when command exits with zero code
              --weak        stop when lftp moves to background.

              repeat at tomorrow -- mirror
              repeat 1d mirror

       reput lfile [-o rfile]

       Same as `put -c'.

       rm [-r] [-f] files

       Remove  remote  files.   Does  not expand wildcards, use mrm for that. -r is for recursive
       directory remove. Be careful, if something goes wrong you  can  lose  files.  -f  suppress
       error messages.

       rmdir dir(s)

       Remove remote directories.

       scache [session]

       List cached sessions or switch to specified session.

       set [var [val]]

       Set  variable  to given value. If the value is omitted, unset the variable.  Variable name
       has format ``name/closure'', where closure can specify exact application of  the  setting.
       See  below  for details.  If set is called with no variable then only altered settings are
       listed.  It can be changed by options:

              -a   list all settings, including default values
              -d   list only default values, not necessary current ones

       site site_cmd

       Execute site command site_cmd and output the result.  You can redirect its output.

       sleep interval

       Sleep given time interval and exit. Interval is in seconds by default, but can be suffixed
       with 'm', 'h', 'd' for minutes, hours and days respectively.  See also at.

       slot [name]

       Select  specified  slot  or  list all slots allocated. A slot is a connection to a server,
       somewhat like a virtual console. You can create  multiple  slots  connected  to  different
       servers  and switch between them. You can also use slot:name as a pseudo-URL evaluating to
       that slot location.

       Default readline binding allows quick switching between slots named  0-9  using  Meta-0  -
       Meta-9 keys (often you can use Alt instead of Meta).

       source file
       source -e command

       Execute commands recorded in file file or returned by specified external command.
              source ~/.lftp/rc
              source -e echo help


       Stop lftp process. Note that transfers will be also stopped until you continue the process
       with shell's fg or bg commands.

       torrent [OPTS] torrent-files...

       Start BitTorrent process for the given torrent-files, which can  be  a  local  file,  URL,
       magnet  link  or  plain info_hash written in hex or base32.  Local wildcards are expanded.
       Existing files are first validated unless --force-valid option is  given.  Missing  pieces
       are  downloaded.  Files  are stored in specified directory or current working directory by
       default. Seeding continues until ratio reaches torrent:stop-on-ratio setting  or  time  of
       torrent:seed-max-time runs out.


              -O <directory>           specifies base directory where files should be placed
              --force-valid            skip file validation (if you are sure they are ok).
              --only-new               stop  if  the  metadata is known already or the torrent is
              --only-incomplete        stop if the torrent is already complete.
              --dht-bootstrap=<node>   bootstrap DHT by sending a query to specified node.   This
                                       option  should  be  used  just once to fill the local node
                                       cache.  Port number may be given after colon,  default  is
                                       6881.     Here   are   some   nodes   for   bootstrapping:
                             ,     ,
              --share                  share   specified   file  or  directory  using  BitTorrent
                                       protocol. Magnet link is printed when it's ready.

       user user [pass]
       user URL [pass]

       Use specified info for remote login. If you specify an URL with  user  name,  the  entered
       password will be cached so that future URL references can use it.


       Print lftp version.

       wait [jobno]
       wait all

       Wait for specified job to terminate. If jobno is omitted, wait for last backgrounded job.

       `wait all' waits for all jobs to terminate.

       zcat files

       Same as cat, but filter each file through zcat. (See also cat, more and zmore)

       zmore files

       Same as more, but filter each file through zcat. (See also cat, zcat and more)

       On  startup,  lftp executes ~/.lftprc and ~/.lftp/rc (or ~/.config/lftp/rc if ~/.lftp does
       not exist).  You can place aliases and `set' commands there. Some  people  prefer  to  see
       full protocol debug, use `debug' to turn the debug on.

       There  is  also  a  system-wide  startup  file  in /etc/lftp.conf.  It can be in different
       directory, see FILES section.

       lftp has the following settable variables (you can also use `set -a' to see all  variables
       and their values):

       bmk:save-passwords (boolean)
              save  plain text passwords in ~/.local/share/lftp/bookmarks or ~/.lftp/bookmarks on
              `bookmark add' command.  Off by default.

       cache:cache-empty-listings (boolean)
              When false, empty listings are not cached.

       cache:enable (boolean)
              When false, cache is disabled.

       cache:expire (time interval)
              Positive cache entries expire in this time interval.

       cache:expire-negative (time interval)
              Negative cache entries expire in this time interval.

       cache:size (number)
              Maximum cache size. When exceeded, oldest cache entries will be removed from cache.

       cmd:at-exit (string)
              the commands in string are executed before lftp exits or moves to background.

       cmd:at-exit-bg (string)
              the commands in string are executed before backgrounded lftp exits.

       cmd:at-exit-fg (string)
              the commands in string are executed before foreground lftp exits.

       cmd:at-background (string)
              the commands in string are executed before lftp moves to background.

       cmd:at-terminate (string)
              the commands in string are executed before lftp terminates (either backgrounded  or

       cmd:at-finish (string)
              the commands in string are executed once when all jobs are done.

       cmd:at-queue-finish (string)
              the commands in string are executed once when all jobs in a queue are done.

       cmd:cls-completion-default (string)
              default  cls  options  for  displaying  completion  choices.  For  example, to make
              completion listings show file sizes, set cmd:cls-completion-default to `-s'.

       cmd:cls-default (string)
              default cls command options. They can be overridden by explicitly given options.

       cmd:cls-exact-time (boolean)
              when true, cls would try to get exact file modification time even if it means  more
              requests to the server.

       cmd:csh-history (boolean)
              enables csh-like history expansion.

       cmd:default-protocol (string)
              The value is used when `open' is used with just host name without protocol. Default
              is `ftp'.

       cmd:fail-exit (boolean)
              if true, exit when a command fails and the following command is unconditional (i.e.
              does not begin with || or &&). lftp exits after the unconditional command is issued
              without executing it.

       cmd:interactive (tri-boolean)
              when true, lftp acts interactively, handles terminal signals and outputs some extra
              messages. Default is auto and depends on stdin being a terminal.

       cmd:long-running (seconds)
              time  of command execution, which is considered as `long' and a beep is done before
              next prompt. 0 means off.

       cmd:ls-default (string)
              default ls argument

       cmd:move-background (boolean)
              when false, lftp refuses to go to background when exiting. To force it,  use  `exit

       cmd:move-background-detach (boolean)
              when  true (default), lftp detaches itself from the control terminal when moving to
              background, it is possible to attach back using `attach' command; when false,  lftp
              tricks  the  shell  to  move lftp to background process group and continues to run,
              then fg shell command brings lftp back to foreground unless it has  done  all  jobs
              and terminated.

       cmd:prompt (string)
              The prompt. lftp recognizes the following backslash-escaped special characters that
              are decoded as follows:
              \@     insert @ if the current remote site user is not default
              \a     an ASCII bell character (07)
              \e     an ASCII escape character (033)
              \h     the remote hostname you are connected to
              \n     newline
              \s     the name of the client (lftp)
              \S     current slot name
              \u     the username of the remote site user you are logged in as
              \U     the URL of the remote site (e.g.,
              \v     the version of lftp (e.g., 2.0.3)
              \w     the current working directory at the remote site
              \W     the base name of the current working directory at the remote site
              \l     the current working directory at the local site
              \L     the base name of the current working directory at the local site
              \nnn   the character corresponding to the octal number nnn
              \\     a backslash
              \?     skips next character if previous substitution was empty.
              \[     begin a sequence of non-printing characters, which could be used to embed  a
                     terminal control sequence into the prompt
              \]     end a sequence of non-printing characters

       cmd:parallel (number)
              Number  of  jobs  run in parallel in non-interactive mode. For example, this may be
              useful for scripts with multiple `get' commands. Note that setting this to a  value
              greater  than  1  changes  conditional  execution  behaviour,  basically  makes  it

       cmd:queue-parallel (number)
              Number of jobs run in parallel in a queue.

       cmd:remote-completion (boolean)
              a boolean to control whether or not lftp uses remote completion. When true, Tab key
              guesses  if  the  word  being completed should be a remote file name. Meta-Tab does
              remote completion always. So you can force remote  completion  with  Meta-Tab  when
              cmd:remote-completion is false or when the guess is wrong.

       cmd:save-cwd-history (boolean)
              when  true,  lftp saves last CWD of each site to ~/.local/share/lftp/cwd_history or
              ~/.lftp/cwd_history, allowing to do ``cd -'' after lftp restart. Default is true.

       cmd:save-rl-history (boolean)
              when  true,  lftp  saves  readline  history  to  ~/.local/share/lftp/rl_history  or
              ~/.lftp/rl_history on exit.  Default is true.

       cmd:show-status (boolean)
              when false, lftp does not show status line on terminal. Default is true.

       cmd:set-term-status (boolean)
              when  true, lftp updates terminal status if supported (e.g. xterm). The closure for
              this setting is the terminal type from TERM environment variable.

       cmd:status-interval (timeinterval)
              the time interval between status updates.

       cmd:stifle-rl-history (number)
              the number of lines to keep in readline history.

       cmd:term-status (string)
              the format string to use to display terminal status. The closure for  this  setting
              is  the  terminal  type  from  TERM  environment variable. Default uses ``tsl'' and
              ``fsl'' termcap values.

              The following escapes are supported:

              \a   bell
              \e   escape
              \n   new line
              \s   "lftp"
              \v   lftp version
              \T   the status string

       cmd:time-style (string)
              This setting is the default value for cls --time-style option.

       cmd:trace (boolean)
              when true, lftp prints the commands it executes (like sh -x).

       cmd:verify-host (boolean)
              if true, lftp resolves host  name  immediately  in  `open'  command.   It  is  also
              possible to skip the check for a single `open' command if `&' is given, or if ^Z is
              pressed during the check.

       cmd:verify-path (boolean)
              if true, lftp checks the path given in `cd' command.  It is also possible  to  skip
              the check for a single `cd' command if `&' is given, or if ^Z is pressed during the
              check.  Examples:
              set cmd:verify-path/hftp://* false
              cd directory &

       cmd:verify-path-cached (boolean)
              When false, `cd'  to  a  directory  known  from  cache  as  existent  will  succeed
              immediately.  Otherwise the verification will depend on cmd:verify-path setting.

       color:use-color (tri-boolean)
              when  true,  cls  command  and completion output colored file listings according to
              color:dir-colors setting.  When set to auto, colors  are  used  when  output  is  a

       color:dir-colors (string)
              file  listing  color  description.  By  default  the value of LS_COLORS environment
              variable is used. See dircolors(1).

       dns:SRV-query (boolean)
              query for SRV records and use them before gethostbyname. The SRV records  are  only
              used if port is not explicitly specified. See RFC2052 for details.

       dns:cache-enable (boolean)
              enable DNS cache. If it is off, lftp resolves host name each time it reconnects.

       dns:cache-expire (time interval)
              time to live for DNS cache entries. It has format <number><unit>+, e.g.  1d12h30m5s
              or just 36h. To disable expiration, set it to `inf' or `never'.

       dns:cache-size (number)
              maximum number of DNS cache entries.

       dns:fatal-timeout (time interval)
              limit the time for DNS queries. If DNS server is unavailable too  long,  lftp  will
              fail to resolve a given host name. Set to `never' to disable.

       dns:order (list of protocol names)
              sets  the order of DNS queries. Default is ``inet6 inet'' which means first look up
              address in inet6 family, then inet and use them in that order.   To  disable  inet6
              (AAAA) lookup, set this variable to ``inet''.

       dns:use-fork (boolean)
              if true, lftp will fork before resolving host address. Default is true.

       dns:max-retries (number)
              If  zero,  there  is  no  limit  on  the number of times lftp will try to lookup an
              address.  If > 0, lftp will try only this number of times to look up an address  of
              each address family in dns:order.

       dns:name (string)
              This  setting  can  be used to substitute a host name alias with another name or IP
              address. The host name alias is used as the setting closure, the  substituted  name
              or  IP  address is in the value. Multiple names or IP addresses can be separated by

       file:charset (string)
              local character set. It is set from current locale initially.

       file:use-lock (boolean)
              when true, lftp uses advisory locking on local files when opening them.

       file:use-fallocate (boolean)
              when true, lftp uses fallocate(2) or  posix_fallocate(3)  to  pre-allocate  storage
              space and reduce file fragmentation in pget and torrent commands.

       fish:auto-confirm (boolean)
              when true, lftp answers ``yes'' to all ssh questions, in particular to the question
              about a new host key. Otherwise it answers ``no''.

       fish:charset (string)
              the character set used by fish server  in  requests,  replies  and  file  listings.
              Default is empty which means the same as local.

       fish:connect-program (string)
              the  program  to use for connecting to remote server. It should support `-l' option
              for user name, `-p' for port number. Default is `ssh -a -x'.  You  can  set  it  to
              `rsh',  for  example.  For  private key authentication add `-i' option with the key

       fish:shell (string)
              use specified shell on server side. Default is /bin/sh. On  some  systems,  /bin/sh
              exits when doing cd to a non-existent directory. lftp can handle that but it has to
              reconnect. Set it to /bin/bash for such systems if bash is installed.

       ftp:acct (string)
              Send this string in ACCT command after login. The result is ignored.   The  closure
              for this setting has format user@host.

       ftp:anon-pass (string)
              sets  the  password  used  for  anonymous  FTP  access  authentication.  Default is

       ftp:anon-user (string)
              sets the user name used  for  anonymous  FTP  access  authentication.   Default  is

       ftp:auto-sync-mode (regex)
              if first server message matches this regex, turn on sync mode for that host.

       ftp:catch-size (boolean)
              when  there  is  no  support for SIZE command, try to catch file size from the "150
              Opening data connection" reply.

       ftp:charset (string)
              the character set used by FTP  server  in  requests,  replies  and  file  listings.
              Default  is empty which means the same as local. This setting is only used when the
              server does not support UTF8.

       ftp:client (string)
              the name of FTP client to send with CLNT command, if supported by server.  If it is
              empty, then no CLNT command will be sent.

       ftp:compressed-re (regex)
              files  with  matching  name  will be considered compressed and "MODE Z" will not be
              used for them.

       ftp:bind-data-socket (boolean)
              bind data socket to the interface of control connection (in passive mode).  Default
              is true, exception is the loopback interface.

       ftp:fix-pasv-address (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp  will try to correct address returned by server for PASV command in
              case when server address is in public network and PASV returns an  address  from  a
              private  network.  In this case lftp would substitute server address instead of the
              one returned by PASV command, port number would not be changed.  Default is true.

       ftp:fxp-passive-source (boolean)
              if true, lftp will try to set up source FTP server in passive mode first, otherwise
              destination  one.  If first attempt fails, lftp tries to set them up the other way.
              If the other disposition fails too,  lftp  falls  back  to  plain  copy.  See  also

       ftp:home (string)
              Initial directory. Default is empty string which means auto. Set this to `/' if you
              don't like the look of %2F in FTP URLs. The closure for  this  setting  has  format

       ftp:ignore-pasv-address (boolean)
              If  true,  lftp uses control connection address instead of the one returned in PASV
              reply for data connection. This can be useful for broken NATs.  Default is false.

       ftp:list-empty-ok (boolean)
              if set to false, empty lists from LIST command will be treated  as  incorrect,  and
              another method (NLST) will be used.

       ftp:list-options (string)
              sets  options  which  are  always appended to LIST command. It can be useful to set
              this to `-a' if server does not show dot (hidden) files  by  default.   Default  is

       ftp:mode-z-level (number)
              compression level (0-9) for uploading with MODE Z.

       ftp:nop-interval (seconds)
              delay between NOOP commands when downloading tail of a file. This is useful for FTP
              servers which send "Transfer complete" message before flushing  data  transfer.  In
              such cases NOOP commands can prevent connection timeout.

       ftp:passive-mode (boolean)
              sets  passive  FTP  mode. This can be useful if you are behind a firewall or a dumb
              masquerading router. In passive mode lftp uses PASV command, not the  PORT  command
              which is used in active mode. In passive mode lftp itself makes the data connection
              to the server; in active mode the  server  connects  to  lftp  for  data  transfer.
              Passive mode is the default.

       ftp:port-ipv4 (ipv4 address)
              specifies  an  IPv4 address to send with PORT command. Default is empty which means
              to send the address of local end of control connection.

       ftp:port-range (from-to)
              allowed port range for the local side of the data connection.  Format  is  min-max,
              or `full' or `any' to indicate any port. Default is `full'.

       ftp:prefer-epsv (boolean)
              use EPSV as preferred passive mode. Default is `false'.

       ftp:proxy (URL)
              specifies  FTP  proxy to use.  To disable proxy set this to empty string. Note that
              it is a FTP proxy which uses FTP protocol, not FTP  over  HTTP.  Default  value  is
              taken from environment variable ftp_proxy if it starts with ``ftp://''. If your FTP
              proxy requires authentication, specify user name  and  password  in  the  URL.   If
              ftp:proxy  starts  with  http://  then  hftp protocol (FTP over HTTP proxy) is used
              instead of FTP automatically.

       ftp:proxy-auth-type (string)
              When set to ``joined'', lftp sends ``'' as user name
              to proxy, and ``password@proxy_password'' as password.

              When  set  to ``joined-acct'', lftp sends `` proxy_user'' (with
              space) as user name to proxy. The site password is sent  as  usual  and  the  proxy
              password is expected in the following ACCT command.

              When  set  to  ``open'',  lftp  first  sends proxy user and proxy password and then
              ``OPEN'' followed by ``USER user''.  The site password is then sent
              as usual.

              When  set to ``user'' (default), lftp first sends proxy user and proxy password and
              then ``'' as user name.  The site  password  is  then  sent  as

              When     set     to     ``proxy-user@host'',     lftp     first     sends    ``USER
    '', then proxy password. The site user and  password  are
              then sent as usual.

       ftp:rest-list (boolean)
              allow  usage  of  REST  command before LIST command. This might be useful for large
              directories, but some FTP servers silently ignore REST before LIST.

       ftp:rest-stor (boolean)
              if false, lftp will not try to use REST before STOR. This can be  useful  for  some
              buggy  servers which corrupt (fill with zeros) the file if REST followed by STOR is

       ftp:retry-530 (regex)
              Retry on server reply 530 for PASS command if text matches this regular expression.
              This  setting  should be useful to distinguish between overloaded server (temporary
              condition) and incorrect password (permanent condition).

       ftp:retry-530-anonymous (regex)
              Additional regular expression for anonymous login, like ftp:retry-530.

       ftp:site-group (string)
              Send this string in SITE GROUP command after login. The  result  is  ignored.   The
              closure for this setting has format user@host.

       ftp:skey-allow (boolean)
              allow sending skey/opie reply if server appears to support it. On by default.

       ftp:skey-force (boolean)
              do  not  send  plain  text  password  over  the  network, use skey/opie instead. If
              skey/opie is not available, assume failed login. Off by default.

       ftp:ssl-allow (boolean)
              if true, try to negotiate SSL connection with FTP server for non-anonymous  access.
              Default  is  true.  This  and  other  SSL  settings  are only available if lftp was
              compiled with an ssl/tls library.

       ftp:ssl-auth (string)
              the argument for AUTH command, can be one of SSL, TLS, TLS-P, TLS-C.   See  RFC4217
              for explanations. By default TLS or SSL will be used, depending on FEAT reply.

       ftp:ssl-data-use-keys (boolean)
              if  true, lftp loads ssl:key-file for protected data connection too. When false, it
              does not, and the server can match data and  control  connections  by  session  ID.
              Default is true.

       ftp:ssl-force (boolean)
              if  true,  refuse  to  send  password  in  clear  when server does not support SSL.
              Default is false.

       ftp:ssl-protect-data (boolean)
              if true, request SSL connection for  data  transfers.  This  provides  privacy  and
              transmission error correction. Was cpu-intensive on old CPUs. Default is true.

       ftp:ssl-protect-fxp (boolean)
              if  true,  request  SSL connection for data transfer between two FTP servers in FXP
              mode. CPSV or SSCN command will be used in that case. If SSL connection  fails  for
              some  reason,  lftp  would try unprotected FXP transfer unless ftp:ssl-force is set
              for any of the two servers. Default is true.

       ftp:ssl-protect-list (boolean)
              if true, request SSL connection for file list transfers. Default is true.

       ftp:ssl-use-ccc (boolean)
              if true, lftp would issue CCC command after  logon,  thus  disable  ssl  protection
              layer on control connection.

       ftp:stat-interval (time interval)
              interval between STAT commands. Default is 1 second.

       ftp:strict-multiline (boolean)
              when  true, lftp strictly checks for multiline reply format (expects it to end with
              the same code as it started with). When false, this check is relaxed.

       ftp:sync-mode (boolean)
              if true, lftp will send one command at a time and wait for response. This might  be
              useful  if you are using a buggy FTP server or router. When it is off, lftp sends a
              pack of commands and waits for responses - it speeds up operation when  round  trip
              time  is significant.  Unfortunately it does not work with all FTP servers and some
              routers have troubles with it, so it is on by default.

       ftp:timezone (string)
              Assume this timezone for time in listings returned by LIST command.   This  setting
              can  be  GMT  offset [+|-]HH[:MM[:SS]] or any valid TZ value (e.g. Europe/Moscow or
              MSK-3MSD,M3.5.0,M10.5.0/3). The default is GMT.  Set it to an empty value to assume
              local timezone specified by environment variable TZ.

       ftp:too-many-re (regexp)
              Decrease  the  dynamic  connection  limit  when 421 reply line matches this regular

       ftp:trust-feat (string)
              When true, assume that FEAT returned data are correct and don't use common protocol
              extensions like SIZE, MDTM, REST if they are not listed.  Default is false.

       ftp:use-abor (boolean)
              if false, lftp does not send ABOR command but closes data connection immediately.

       ftp:use-allo (boolean)
              when true, lftp sends ALLO command before uploading a file.

       ftp:use-feat (boolean)
              when  true  (default), lftp uses FEAT command to determine extended features of ftp

       ftp:use-fxp (boolean)
              if true, lftp will try to set up direct connection between two ftp servers.

       ftp:use-hftp (boolean)
              when ftp:proxy points to an http proxy, this  setting  selects  hftp  method  (GET,
              HEAD) when true, and CONNECT method when false. Default is true.

       ftp:use-ip-tos (boolean)
              when true, lftp uses IPTOS_LOWDELAY for control connection and IPTOS_THROUGHPUT for
              data connections.

       ftp:lang (boolean)
              the language selected  with  LANG  command,  if  supported  as  indicated  by  FEAT
              response. Default is empty which means server default.

       ftp:use-mdtm (boolean)
              when true (default), lftp uses MDTM command to determine file modification time.

       ftp:use-mdtm-overloaded (boolean)
              when  true,  lftp  uses  two argument MDTM command to set file modification time on
              uploaded files. Default is false.

       ftp:use-mlsd (boolean)
              when true, lftp will use MLSD command for directory listing  if  supported  by  the

       ftp:use-mode-z (boolean)
              when  true, lftp will use "MODE Z" if supported by the server to perform compressed

       ftp:use-pret (tri-boolean)
              When set to auto, usage of PRET command depends on  FEAT  server  reply.  Otherwise
              this  setting tells whether to use it or not. PRET command informs the server about
              the file to be transferred before PORT or PASV commands, so  that  the  server  can
              adjust the data connection parameters.

       ftp:use-site-idle (boolean)
              when true, lftp sends `SITE IDLE' command with net:idle argument. Default is false.

       ftp:use-site-utime (boolean)
              when true, lftp sends 5-argument `SITE UTIME' command to set file modification time
              on uploaded files. Default is true.

       ftp:use-site-utime2 (boolean)
              when true, lftp sends 2-argument `SITE UTIME' command to set file modification time
              on  uploaded  files.  Default is true.  If 5-argument `SITE UTIME' is also enabled,
              2-argument command is tried first.

       ftp:use-size (boolean)
              when true (default), lftp uses SIZE command to determine file size.

       ftp:use-stat (boolean)
              if true, lftp sends STAT command in FXP mode transfer to know  how  much  data  has
              been transferred. See also ftp:stat-interval. Default is true.

       ftp:use-stat-for-list (boolean)
              when  true,  lftp uses STAT instead of LIST command. By default `.' is used as STAT
              argument. Using STAT, lftp avoids creating data connection for  directory  listing.
              Some servers require special options for STAT, use ftp:list-options to specify them
              (e.g. -la).

       ftp:use-telnet-iac (boolean)
              when true (default), lftp uses TELNET IAC command and follows  TELNET  protocol  as
              specified  in  RFC959. When false, it does not follow TELNET protocol and thus does
              not double 255 (0xFF, 0377) character and does not prefix ABOR  and  STAT  commands
              with TELNET IP+SYNCH signal.

       ftp:use-tvfs (tri-boolean)
              When  set  to  auto,  usage of TVFS feature depends on FEAT server reply. Otherwise
              this setting tells whether to use it or not. In short, if a  server  supports  TVFS
              feature then it uses unix-like paths.

       ftp:use-utf8 (boolean)
              if  true,  lftp  sends  `OPTS UTF8 ON' to the server to activate UTF-8 encoding (if
              supported). Disable it if the file names have a different encoding and  the  server
              has a trouble with it.

       ftp:use-quit (boolean)
              if true, lftp sends QUIT before disconnecting from ftp server. Default is true.

       ftp:verify-address (boolean)
              verify  that  data  connection comes from the network address of control connection
              peer. This can possibly prevent data connection spoofing which  can  lead  to  data
              corruption.  Unfortunately,  this  can  fail  for  certain ftp servers with several
              network interfaces, when they do not set outgoing address on data socket, so it  is
              disabled by default.

       ftp:verify-port (boolean)
              verify  that  data  connection  has port 20 (ftp-data) on its remote end.  This can
              possibly prevent data connection spoofing by users of remote  host.  Unfortunately,
              too  many  windows  and  even  unix  ftp  servers forget to set proper port on data
              connection, thus this check is off by default.

       ftp:web-mode (boolean)
              disconnect after closing data connection. This can be useful for totally broken ftp
              servers. Default is false.

       ftps:initial-prot (string)
              specifies  initial PROT setting for FTPS connections. Should be one of: C, S, E, P,
              or empty. Default is empty which means unknown, so that lftp will use PROT  command
              unconditionally. If PROT command turns out to be unsupported, then Clear mode would
              be assumed.

       hftp:cache (boolean)
              allow server/proxy side caching for ftp-over-http protocol.

       hftp:cache-control (string)
              specify corresponding HTTP request header.

       hftp:decode (boolean)
              when true, lftp automatically decodes the entity in  hftp  protocol  when  Content-
              Encoding header value matches deflate, gzip, compress, x-gzip or x-compress.

       hftp:proxy (URL)
              specifies  HTTP  proxy  for FTP-over-HTTP protocol (hftp). The protocol hftp cannot
              work without a HTTP proxy, obviously.  Default  value  is  taken  from  environment
              variable  ftp_proxy  if  it  starts  with  ``http://'',  otherwise from environment
              variable http_proxy.  If your FTP proxy requires authentication, specify user  name
              and password in the URL.

       hftp:use-allprop (boolean)
              if true, lftp will send `<allprop/>' request body in `PROPFIND' requests, otherwise
              it will send an empty request body.

       hftp:use-authorization (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will send password as part of URL to the  proxy.  This  may  be
              required for some proxies (e.g. M-soft). Default is on, and lftp will send password
              as part of Authorization header.

       hftp:use-head (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will try to use `GET' instead  of  `HEAD'  for  hftp  protocol.
              While  this  is  slower,  it  may  allow lftp to work with some proxies which don't
              understand or mishandle ``HEAD ftp://'' requests.

       hftp:use-mkcol (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will try to use `PUT' instead of `MKCOL' to create  directories
              with hftp protocol. Default is off.

       hftp:use-propfind (boolean)
              if  set  to off, lftp will not try to use `PROPFIND' to get directory contents with
              hftp protocol and use `GET' instead. Default is off. When enabled, lftp  will  also
              use PROPPATCH to set file modification time after uploading.

       hftp:use-range (boolean)
              when true, lftp will use Range header for transfer restart.

       hftp:use-type (boolean)
              If  set  to  off,  lftp won't try to append `;type=' to URLs passed to proxy.  Some
              broken proxies don't handle it correctly. Default is on.

       http:accept, http:accept-charset, http:accept-encoding, http:accept-language (string)
              specify corresponding HTTP request headers.

       http:authorization (string)
              the authorization to use by default, when no  user  is  specified.  The  format  is
              ``user:password''. Default is empty which means no authorization.

       http:cache (boolean)
              allow server/proxy side caching.

       http:cache-control (string)
              specify corresponding HTTP request header.

       http:cookie (string)
              send this cookie to server. A closure is useful here:
                   set cookie/ "param=value"

       http:decode (boolean)
              when true, lftp automatically decodes the entity when Content-Encoding header value
              matches deflate, gzip, compress, x-gzip or x-compress.

       http:post-content-type (string)
              specifies value of Content-Type HTTP request header for POST  method.   Default  is

       http:proxy (URL)
              specifies HTTP proxy. It is used when lftp works over HTTP protocol.  Default value
              is  taken  from  environment  variable  http_proxy.    If   your   proxy   requires
              authentication, specify user name and password in the URL.

       http:put-method (PUT or POST)
              specifies which HTTP method to use on put.

       http:put-content-type (string)
              specifies value of Content-Type HTTP request header for PUT method.

       http:referer (string)
              specifies  value for Referer HTTP request header. Single dot `.' expands to current
              directory URL. Default is `.'. Set to empty string to disable Referer header.

       http:set-cookies (boolean)
              if true, lftp modifies http:cookie variables when Set-Cookie header is received.

       http:use-allprop (boolean)
              if true, lftp will send `<allprop/>' request body in `PROPFIND' requests, otherwise
              it will send an empty request body.

       http:use-mkcol (boolean)
              if  set to off, lftp will try to use `PUT' instead of `MKCOL' to create directories
              with HTTP protocol. Default is on.

       http:use-propfind (boolean)
              if set to off, lftp will not try to use `PROPFIND' to get directory  contents  with
              HTTP  protocol  and use `GET' instead. Default is off. When enabled, lftp will also
              use PROPPATCH to set `Last-Modified' property after a file upload.

       http:use-range (boolean)
              when true, lftp will use Range header for transfer restart.

       http:user-agent (string)
              the string lftp sends in User-Agent header of HTTP request.

       https:proxy (string)
              specifies  https  proxy.  Default  value  is  taken   from   environment   variable

       log:enabled (boolean)
              when  true,  the  log  messages  are  output. The closure for this and other `log:'
              variables is either `debug' for debug messages or `xfer' for transfer logging.

       log:file (string)
              the target output file for logging. When empty, stderr is used.

       log:level (number)
              the log verbosity level. Currently it's only defined for `debug' closure.

       log:max-size (number)
              maximum size of the log file. When the size is reached, the  file  is  renamed  and
              started anew.

       log:prefix-error (string)

       log:prefix-note (string)

       log:prefix-recv (string)

       log:prefix-send (string)
              the prefixes for corresponding types of debug messages.

       log:show-ctx (boolean)

       log:show-pid (boolean)

       log:show-time (boolean)
              select additional information in the log messages.

       mirror:dereference (boolean)
              when  true, mirror will dereference symbolic links by default.  You can override it
              by --no-dereference option. Default if false.

       mirror:exclude-regex (regex)
              specifies default exclusion pattern. You can override it by --include option.

       mirror:include-regex (regex)
              specifies default inclusion pattern. It is used just after mirror:exclude-regex  is
              applied. It is never used if mirror:exclude-regex is empty.

       mirror:no-empty-dirs (boolean)
              when true, mirror doesn't create empty directories (like --no-empty-dirs option).

       mirror:sort-by (string)
              specifies  order  of file transfers. Valid values are: name, name-desc, size, size-
              desc, date, date-desc. When the value  is  name  or  name-desc,  then  mirror:order
              setting also affects the order or transfers.

       mirror:order (list of patterns)
              specifies order of file transfers when sorting by name. E.g. setting this to "*.sfv
              *.sum" makes mirror to transfer files matching  *.sfv  first,  then  ones  matching
              *.sum  and then all other files. To process directories after other files, add "*/"
              to the end of pattern list.

       mirror:overwrite (boolean)
              when true, mirror will overwrite plain files instead of  removing  and  re-creating

       mirror:parallel-directories (boolean)
              if true, mirror will start processing of several directories in parallel when it is
              in parallel mode. Otherwise, it will transfer files from a single directory  before
              moving to other directories.

       mirror:parallel-transfer-count (number)
              specifies  number  of  parallel  transfers  mirror  is  allowed  to start.  You can
              override it with --parallel option.  A closure can be  matched  against  source  or
              target host names, the minimum number greater than 0 is used.

       mirror:require-source (boolean)
              When true, mirror requires a source directory to be specified explicitly, otherwise
              it is supposed to be the current directory.

       mirror:set-permissions (boolean)
              When set to off, mirror won't try to copy file and directory permissions.  You  can
              override it by --perms option. Default is on.

       mirror:skip-noaccess (boolean)
              when  true,  mirror does not try to download files which are obviously inaccessible
              by the permission mask. Default is false.

       mirror:use-pget-n (number)
              specifies -n option for pget command used  to  transfer  every  single  file  under
              mirror.   A closure can be matched against source or target host names, the minimum
              number greater than 0 is used.  When the value is less than 2, pget is not used.

       module:path (string)
              colon separated list of directories to look for  modules.  Can  be  initialized  by
              environment variable LFTP_MODULE_PATH. Default is `PKGLIBDIR/VERSION:PKGLIBDIR'.

       net:connection-limit (number)
              maximum number of concurrent connections to the same site. 0 means unlimited.

       net:connection-limit-timer (time interval)
              increase the dynamic connection limit after this time interval.

       net:connection-takeover (boolean)
              if  true,  foreground  connections  have  priority  over  background  ones  and can
              interrupt background transfers to complete a foreground operation.

       net:idle (time interval)
              disconnect from server after this idle time. Default is 3 minutes.

       net:limit-rate (bytes per second)
              limit transfer rate on data connection. 0 means  unlimited.  You  can  specify  two
              numbers  separated by colon to limit download and upload rate separately.  Suffixes
              are supported, e.g. 100K means 102400.

       net:limit-max (bytes)
              limit accumulating of unused limit-rate. 0 means twice of limit-rate.

       net:limit-total-rate (bytes per second)
              limit transfer rate of all connections in sum. 0 means unlimited. You  can  specify
              two  numbers separated by colon to limit download and upload rate separately.  Note
              that sockets have receive buffers on them, this  can  lead  to  network  link  load
              higher  than  this  rate  limit  just  after transfer beginning. You can try to set
              net:socket-buffer to relatively small value to avoid this.

       If you specify a closure, then rate limitation will be applied to sum of connections to  a
       single matching host.

       net:limit-total-max (bytes)
              limit accumulating of unused limit-total-rate. 0 means twice of limit-total-rate.

       net:max-retries (number)
              the  maximum  number  of sequential tries of an operation without success.  0 means
              unlimited. 1 means no retries.

       net:no-proxy (string)
              contains comma separated list of domains  for  which  proxy  should  not  be  used.
              Default is taken from environment variable no_proxy.

       net:persist-retries (number)
              ignore this number of hard errors. Useful to login to buggy FTP servers which reply
              5xx when there is too many users.

       net:reconnect-interval-base (seconds)
              sets  the  base  minimal  time  between  reconnects.  Actual  interval  depends  on
              net:reconnect-interval-multiplier and number of attempts to perform an operation.

       net:reconnect-interval-max (seconds)
              sets  maximum  reconnect  interval.  When  current interval after multiplication by
              net:reconnect-interval-multiplier reaches this value (or exceeds it), it  is  reset
              back to net:reconnect-interval-base.

       net:reconnect-interval-multiplier (real number)
              sets  multiplier  by  which  base  interval  is multiplied each time new attempt to
              perform an operation fails. When the interval reaches maximum, it is reset to  base
              value. See net:reconnect-interval-base and net:reconnect-interval-max.

       net:socket-bind-ipv4 (ipv4 address)
              bind all IPv4 sockets to specified address. This can be useful to select a specific
              network interface to use. Default is empty which means not to  bind  IPv4  sockets,
              operating system will choose an address automatically using routing table.

       net:socket-bind-ipv6 (ipv6 address)
              the same for IPv6 sockets.

       net:socket-buffer (bytes)
              use given size for SO_SNDBUF and SO_RCVBUF socket options. 0 means system default.

       net:socket-maxseg (bytes)
              use given size for TCP_MAXSEG socket option. Not all operating systems support this
              option, but Linux does.

       net:timeout (time interval)
              sets the network protocol timeout.

       pget:default-n (number)
              default number of chunks to split the file to in pget.

       pget:min-chunk-size (number)
              minimal chunk size to split the file to.

       pget:save-status (time interval)
              save pget transfer status this often. Set to  `never'  to  disable  saving  of  the
              status file.  The status is saved to a file with suffix .lftp-pget-status.

       sftp:auto-confirm (boolean)
              when true, lftp answers ``yes'' to all ssh questions, in particular to the question
              about a new host key. Otherwise it answers ``no''.

       sftp:charset (string)
              the character set used by SFTP server in file names and file listings.  Default  is
              empty  which  means  the same as local. This setting is only used for SFTP protocol
              version prior to 4. Version 4 and later always use UTF-8.

       sftp:connect-program (string)
              the program to use for connecting to remote server. It should support  `-l'  option
              for  user  name,  `-p'  for  port  number. Default is `ssh -a -x'.  For private key
              authentication add `-i' option with the key file.

       sftp:max-packets-in-flight (number)
              The maximum  number  of  unreplied  packets  in  flight.  If  round  trip  time  is
              significant, you should increase this and size-read/size-write. Default is 16.

       sftp:protocol-version (number)
              The  protocol  number  to negotiate. Default is 6. The actual protocol version used
              depends on the server.

       sftp:server-program (string)
              The server program implementing SFTP protocol. If it does not contain a slash  `/',
              it  is  considered  a  ssh2  subsystem and -s option is used when starting connect-
              program.  Default is `sftp'. You can use rsh as transport level protocol like this:
              set sftp:connect-program rsh
              set sftp:server-program /usr/libexec/openssh/sftp-server
       Similarly you can run SFTP over SSH1.

       sftp:size-read (number)
              Block size for reading. Default is 0x8000.

       sftp:size-write (number)
              Block size for writing. Default is 0x8000.

       ssl:ca-file (path to file)
              use specified file as Certificate Authority certificate.

       ssl:ca-path (path to directory)
              use specified directory as Certificate Authority  certificate  repository  (OpenSSL

       ssl:check-hostname (boolean)
              when  true,  lftp checks if the host name used to connect to the server corresponds
              to the host name in its certificate.

       ssl:crl-file (path to file)
              use specified file as Certificate Revocation List certificate.

       ssl:crl-path (path to directory)
              use specified directory  as  Certificate  Revocation  List  certificate  repository
              (OpenSSL only).

       ssl:key-file (path to file)
              use  specified  file  as  your  private key. This setting is only used for ftps and
              https  protocols.  For  sftp  and  fish  protocols  use  sftp:connect-program   and
              fish:connect-program respectively (add `-i' option to ssh).

       ssl:cert-file (path to file)
              use specified file as your certificate.

       ssl:use-sni (boolean)
              when true, use Server Name Indication (SNI) TLS extension.

       ssl:verify-certificate (boolean)
              if set to yes, then verify server's certificate to be signed by a known Certificate
              Authority and not be on Certificate Revocation List. You can  specify  either  host
              name or certificate fingerprint in the closure.

       ssl:priority (string)
              free  form  priority string for GnuTLS. If built with OpenSSL the understood values
              are + or - followed by SSL3.0, TLS1.0, TLS1.1 or TLS1.2, separated by :. Example:
              set ssl:priority "NORMAL:-SSL3.0:-TLS1.0:-TLS1.1:+TLS1.2"

       torrent:ip (ipv4 address)
              IP address to send to the tracker. Specify it if you are using an HTTP proxy.

       torrent:ipv6 (ipv6 address)
              IPv6 address to send to the tracker. By default, first found global unicast address
              is used.

       torrent:max-peers (number)
              maximum  number  of  peers  for a torrent. Least used peers are removed to maintain
              this limit.

       torrent:port-range (from-to)
              port range to accept connections on. A single  port  is  selected  when  a  torrent

       torrent:retracker (URL)
              explicit retracker URL, e.g. `http://retracker.local/announce'.

       torrent:save-metadata (boolean)
              when   true,   lftp   saves   metadata   of   each   torrent   it   works  with  to
              ~/.local/share/lftp/torrent/md or ~/.lftp/torrent/md directory and  loads  it  from
              there if necessary.

       torrent:seed-max-time (time interval)
              maximum  seed  time.  After  this  period  of  time  a  complete torrent shuts down
              independently of ratio. It can be set to infinity if needed.

       torrent:seed-min-peers (number)
              minimum number of peers when the torrent is complete. If there are less, new  peers
              are actively searched for.

       torrent:stop-min-ppr (real number)
              minimum per-piece-ratio to stop seeding. Use it to avoid a situation when a popular
              piece causes quick raise of the total ratio.

       torrent:stop-on-ratio (real number)
              torrent stops when it's complete and ratio reached this number.

       torrent:timeout (time interval)
              maximum time without any progress. When it's reached, the torrent shuts down.

       torrent:use-dht (boolean)
              when true, DHT is used.

              suggested filenames provided by the server are used if user  explicitly  sets  this
              option to `on'. As this could be security risk, default is off.

       xfer:backup-suffix (string)
              a  time  format  string  (see  strftime(3))  for backup file name when replacing an
              existing file.

       xfer:clobber (boolean)
              if this setting is off, get commands will not overwrite existing files and generate
              an error instead.

       xfer:destination-directory (path or URL to directory)
              This  setting  is  used as default -O option for get and mget commands.  Default is
              empty, which means current directory (no -O option).

       xfer:disk-full-fatal (boolean)
              when true, lftp aborts a transfer if it cannot write target file  because  of  full
              disk or quota; when false, lftp waits for disk space to be freed.

       xfer:eta-period (seconds)
              the period over which weighted average rate is calculated to produce ETA.

       xfer:eta-terse (boolean)
              show terse ETA (only high order parts). Default is true.

       xfer:keep-backup (boolean)
              when true, the backup file created before replacing an existing file is not removed
              after successful transfer.

       xfer:make-backup (boolean)
              when true, lftp renames pre-existing  file  adding  xfer:backup-suffix  instead  of
              overwriting it.

       xfer:max-redirections (number)
              maximum  number  of  redirections. This can be useful for downloading over HTTP.  0
              prohibits redirections.

       xfer:parallel (number)
              the default number of parallel transfers in a single get/put/mget/mput command.

       xfer:rate-period (seconds)
              the period over which weighted average rate is calculated to be shown.

       xfer:temp-file-name (string)
              temporary file name pattern, first asterisk is replaced by the original file name.

       xfer:timeout (time interval)
              maximum time without any transfer progress. It can be used to limit maximum time to
              retry a transfer from a server not supporting transfer restart.

       xfer:use-temp-file (boolean)
              when true, a file will be transferred to a temporary file in the same directory and
              then renamed.

       xfer:verify (boolean)
              when true, verify-command is launched after successful transfer  to  validate  file
              integrity. Zero exit code of that command should indicate correctness of the file.

       xfer:verify-command (string)
              the command to validate file integrity. The only argument is the path to the file.

       The  name  of a variable can be abbreviated unless it becomes ambiguous. The prefix before
       `:' can be omitted too. You can set one variable several times for different closures, and
       thus  you  can  get  a  particular  settings  for  particular  state. The closure is to be
       specified after variable name separated with slash `/'.

       The closure for `dns:', `net:', `ftp:', `http:', `hftp:'  domain  variables  is  currently
       just  the  host  name  as you specify it in the `open' command (with some exceptions where
       closure is meaningless, e.g.  dns:cache-size).   For  some  `cmd:'  domain  variables  the
       closure  is  current  URL without path.  For `log:' domain variables the closure is either
       `debug' or `xfer'.  For other variables it is not currently  used.  See  examples  in  the
       sample lftp.conf.

       Certain commands and settings take a time interval parameter. It has the format Nx[Nx...],
       where N is time amount (floating point) and x is time unit: d -  days,  h  -  hours,  m  -
       minutes,  s  - seconds. Default unit is second. E.g. 5h30m or 5.5h.  Also the interval can
       be `infinity', `inf', `never',  `forever'  -  it  means  infinite  interval.  E.g.  `sleep
       forever' or `set dns:cache-expire never'.

       Boolean  settings  can  be one of (true, on, yes, 1, +) for a True value or one of (false,
       off, no, 0, -) for a False value.

       Tri-boolean settings have either a boolean value or `auto'.

       Integer settings can have a suffix: k - kibi, m - mebi, g - gigi, etc.  They can also have
       a prefix: 0 - octal, 0x - hexadecimal.

   FTP asynchronous mode (pipelining)
       Lftp can speed up FTP operations by sending several commands at once and then checking all
       the responses. See ftp:sync-mode variable. Sometimes this does not work, thus  synchronous
       mode is the default. You can try to turn synchronous mode off and see if it works for you.
       It is known that some network software dealing with address translation works  incorrectly
       in the case of several FTP commands in one network packet.

       RFC959  says: ``The user-process sending another command before the completion reply would
       be in violation of protocol; but server-FTP  processes  should  queue  any  commands  that
       arrive while a preceding command is in progress''. Also, RFC1123 says: ``Implementors MUST
       NOT assume any correspondence between READ boundaries on the control  connection  and  the
       Telnet  EOL  sequences  (CR  LF).''  and  ``a  single READ from the control connection may
       include more than one FTP command''.

       So it must be safe to send several commands at once, which speeds up operation a  lot  and
       seems  to  work  with  all  Unix  and  VMS based ftp servers. Unfortunately, windows based
       servers often cannot handle several commands in one packet,  and  so  cannot  some  broken


       -d     Switch on debugging mode.

       -e commands
              Execute given commands and don't exit.

       -p port
              Use the given port to connect.

       -u user[,pass]
              Use  the  given  username  and  password to connect. Remember to quote the password
              properly in the shell. Also note that it is not secure to specify the  password  on
              command line, use ~/.netrc file or LFTP_PASSWORD environment variable together with
              --env-password  option.  Alternatively  you  can  use  ssh-based   protocols   with
              authorized keys, so you don't have to enter a password.

       --norc Don't execute rc files from the home directory.

       --rcfile file
              Execute commands from the file. May be specified multiple times.

       -f script_file
              Execute  commands  in  the  file  and exit.  This option must be used alone without
              other arguments (except --norc).

       -c commands
              Execute the given commands and exit. Commands can be separated  with  a  semicolon,
              `&&'  or `||'. Remember to quote the commands argument properly in the shell.  This
              option must be used alone without other arguments (except --norc).

       Other open options may also be given on the lftp command line.


       The following environment variables are processed by lftp:

       EDITOR Used as local editor for the edit command.

       HOME   Used for (local) tilde (`~') expansion.

       SHELL  Used by the ! command to determine the shell to run.

       PAGER  This should be the name of the pager to use.  It's  used  by  the  more  and  zmore

       http_proxy, https_proxy
              Used to set initial http:proxy, hftp:proxy and https:proxy variables.

              Used  to  set  initial ftp:proxy or hftp:proxy variables, depending on URL protocol
              used in this environment variable.

              Used to set initial net:no-proxy variable.

              Used to set initial module:path variable.

              Used to locate the directory that  stores  user-specific  configuration  files.  If
              unset,  ~/.lftp  will  be  used. Please note that if this directory does not exist,
              then XDG directories will be used.

              Used for --env-password open option.

              used to set initial color:dir-colors variable.

              Used to locate the directories for user-specific files when ~/.lftp (or  $LFTP_HOME
              directory)  does  not  exist.  Defaults  are ~/.config, ~/.local/share and ~/.cache
              respectively.  The  suffix  /lftp  is  appended  to  make  the  full  path  to  the


              system-wide startup file. Actual location depends on --sysconfdir configure option.
              It is /etc when prefix is /usr, /usr/local/etc by default.

       ~/.config/lftp/rc or ~/.lftp/rc, ~/.lftprc
              These files are executed on lftp startup after /etc/lftp.conf.

       ~/.local/share/lftp/log or ~/.lftp/log
              The file things are logged to when lftp moves into the background in nohup mode.

       ~/.local/share/lftp/transfer_log or ~/.lftp/transfer_log
              The file transfers are logged to when log:enabled/xfer setting  is  set  to  `yes'.
              The location can be changed by log:file/xfer setting.

       ~/.local/share/lftp/bookmarks or ~/.lftp/bookmarks
              The file is used to store lftp's bookmarks.  See the bookmark command.

       ~/.local/share/lftp/cwd_history or ~/.lftp/cwd_history
              The file is used to store last working directories for each site visited.

       ~/.local/share/lftp/bg/ or ~/.lftp/bg/
              The directory is used to store named sockets for backgrounded lftp processes.

       ~/.cache/lftp/DHT/ or ~/.lftp/DHT/"
              The directory is used to store DHT id and nodes cache for IPv4 and IPv6.  File name
              suffix is the host name.

       ~/.cache/lftp/edit/ or ~/.lftp/edit/"
              The directory is used to store temporary files for edit command.

       ~/.local/share/lftp/torrent/md/ or ~/.lftp/torrent/md/"
              The directory is used to store torrent metadata. It is especially useful for magnet
              links,  cached  metadata  can  be  loaded from the directory.  It can also serve as
              torrent history, file names are the info_hash of torrents.

              The file is consulted to get default login and password to  a  server  when  it  is
              specified  without  a  protocol to the `open' command.  Passwords are also searched
              here if an URL with user name but with no password is used.


       ftpd(8), ftp(1)
       RFC854 (telnet), RFC959 (ftp), RFC1123, RFC1945 (http/1.0), RFC2052 (SRV RR), RFC2228 (ftp
       security  extensions),  RFC2389  (ftp FEAT), RFC2428 (ftp/ipv6), RFC2518 (WebDAV), RFC2616
       (http/1.1),  RFC2617  (http/1.1  authentication),  RFC2640  (ftp   i18n),   RFC3659   (ftp
       extensions),   RFC4217  (ftp  over  ssl),  BEP0003  (BitTorrent  Protocol),  BEP0005  (DHT
       Protocol), BEP0006 (Fast Extension), BEP0007 (IPv6 Tracker Extension), BEP0009  (Extension
       for  Peers  to  Send  Metadata Files), BEP0010 (Extension Protocol), BEP0012 (Multitracker
       Metadata Extension), BEP0023 (Tracker Returns Compact Peer Lists), BEP0032 (DHT Extensions
       for IPv6). (ftp deflate transmission
       mode), (PRET command), (sftp). (DHT security extension) (UDP tracker)


       Alexander V. Lukyanov


       This manual page was originally written by Christoph  Lameter  <>,  for
       the Debian GNU/Linux system. The page was improved and updated later by Nicolas Lichtmaier
       <>, James Troup <> and Alexander V.  Lukyanov

                                           10 Aug 2017                                    lftp(1)