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    NAME
         lynx - a general purpose distributed information browser for
         the World Wide Web
    
    SYNOPSIS
         lynx [options] [path or URL]
    
         use "lynx -help" to  display  a  complete  list  of  current
         options.
    
    DESCRIPTION
         Lynx is a fully-featured World Wide  Web  (WWW)  client  for
         users  running  cursor-addressable,  character-cell  display
         devices (e.g., vt100 terminals, vt100 emulators  running  on
         Windows 95/NT or Macintoshes, or any other "curses-oriented"
         display).  It will display hypertext markup language  (HTML)
         documents  containing  links  to files residing on the local
         system, as well as files residing on remote systems  running
         Gopher, HTTP, FTP, WAIS, and NNTP servers.  Current versions
         of Lynx run on Unix, VMS, Windows  95/NT,  386DOS  and  OS/2
         EMX.
    
         Lynx can be used to access information  on  the  World  Wide
         Web,  or to build information systems intended primarily for
         local access.  For example, Lynx  has  been  used  to  build
         several  Campus  Wide  Information Systems (CWIS).  In addi-
         tion, Lynx can be used to build systems  isolated  within  a
         single LAN.
    
    OPTIONS
         At start up, Lynx will load any local  file  or  remote  URL
         specified  at  the  command line.  For help with URLs, press
         "?"  or "H"  while  running  Lynx.   Then  follow  the  link
         titled, "Help on URLs."
    
         Lynx uses only long option names.  Option  names  can  begin
         with  double  dash  as  well,  underscores and dashes can be
         intermixed in option names (in the reference  below  options
         are with one dash before them and with underscores).
    
         -    If the argument is  only  '-',  then  Lynx  expects  to
              receive the arguments from stdin.  This is to allow for
              the potentially very long  command  line  that  can  be
              associated  with  the -get_data or -post_data arguments
              (see below).  It can also be used to avoid having  sen-
              sitive  information in the invoking command line (which
              would be visible to other processes on  most  systems),
              especially when the -auth or -pauth options are used.
    
         -accept_all_cookies
              accept all cookies.
    
         -anonymous
              apply restrictions  for  anonymous  account,  see  also
              -restrictions.
    
         -assume_charset=MIMEname
              charset for documents that don't specify it.
    
         -assume_local_charset=MIMEname
              charset assumed for local files.
    
         -assume_unrec_charset=MIMEname
              use this instead of unrecognized charsets.
    
         -auth=ID:PASSWD
              set authorization ID and password for  protected  docu-
              ments  at startup.  Be sure to protect any script files
              which use this switch.
    
         -base
              prepend a request URL comment and BASE tag to text/html
              outputs for -source dumps.
    
         -blink
              forces high intensity background colors for color mode,
              if available and supported by the terminal.  Lynx needs
              to be compiled with the slang library for this flag.
    
         -book
              use the bookmark page as the startfile.  The default or
              command line startfile is still set for the Main screen
              command, and will be used if the bookmark page is  una-
              vailable or blank.
    
         -buried_news
              toggles scanning of news  articles  for  buried  refer-
              ences,  and  converts  them  to news links.  Not recom-
              mended because email addresses enclosed in angle brack-
              ets  will  be  converted to false news links, and uuen-
              coded messages can be trashed.
    
         -cache=NUMBER
              set the NUMBER of  documents  cached  in  memory.   The
              default is 10.
    
         -case
              enable case-sensitive string searching.
    
         -cfg=FILENAME
              specifies a Lynx  configuration  file  other  than  the
              default lynx.cfg.
    
         -child
              exit on left-arrow in startfile, and  disable  save  to
              disk.
    
         -color
              forces color mode on, if available.  Default color con-
              trol  sequences  which work for many terminal types are
              assumed if the terminal capability description does not
              specify how to handle color.  Lynx needs to be compiled
              with the slang library for this flag, it is  equivalent
              to  setting  the  COLORTERM  environment variable.  (If
              color support is instead provided  by  a  color-capable
              curses  library like ncurses, Lynx relies completely on
              the terminal description  to  determine  whether  color
              mode  is possible, and this flag is not needed and thus
              unavailable.)  A saved show_color=always setting  found
              in  a  .lynxrc  file at startup has the same effect.  A
              saved show_color=never found in .lynxrc on  startup  is
              overridden by this flag.
    
         -cookies
              toggles handling of Set-Cookie headers.
    
         -cookie_file=FILENAME
              specifies a file to use to store cookies.
    
         -connect_timeout=N
              Sets the  connection  timeout,  where  N  is  given  in
              seconds.   This  is  not  available  under DOS (use the
              sockdelay parameter of WATTCP under DOS).
    
         -core
              toggles forced core dumps on fatal errors.
    
         -crawl
              with -traversal, output each  page  to  a  file.   with
              -dump, format output as with -traversal, but to stdout.
    
         -debug_partial
              incremental display stages with MessageSecs delay
    
         -display=DISPLAY
              set the display variable for X rexec-ed programs.
    
         -dont_wrap_pre
              inhibit wrapping of text in <pre>  when  -dump'ing  and
              -crawl'ing, mark wrapped lines in interactive session.
    
         -dump
              dumps the formatted output of the default  document  or
              one  specified  on the command line to standard output.
              This can be used in the following way:
    
              lynx -dump http://www.trill-home.com/lynx.html
    
         -editor=EDITOR
              enable external editing, using  the  specified  EDITOR.
              (vi, ed, emacs, etc.)
    
         -emacskeys
              enable emacs-like key movement.
    
         -enable_scrollback
              toggles  compatibility  with  communication   programs'
              scrollback  keys  (may be incompatible with some curses
              packages).
    
         -error_file=FILE
              define a file where Lynx will report HTTP access codes.
    
         -exec
              enable local program execution  (normally  not  config-
              ured).
    
         -fileversions
              include all versions of files in  local  VMS  directory
              listings.
    
         -force_empty_hrefless_a
              force HREF-less 'A' elements to be empty (close them as
              soon as they are seen).
    
         -force_html
              forces the first document to be interpreted as HTML.
    
         -force_secure
              toggles forcing of the secure flag for SSL cookies.
    
         -forms_options
              toggles whether the Options Menu is key-based or  form-
              based.
    
         -from
              toggles transmissions of From headers.
    
         -ftp disable ftp access.
    
         -get_data
              send form data from stdin using  GET  method  and  dump
              results.
    
         -head
              send a HEAD request for the mime headers.
    
         -help
              print the Lynx command syntax usage message.
    
         -hiddenlinks=[option]
              control the display of hidden links.
    
              merge hidden links show up as bracketed numbers and are
              numbered  together  with other links in the sequence of
              their occurrence in the document.
    
              listonly hidden links are shown only on  L)ist  screens
              and  listings  generated  by  -dump  or from the P)rint
              menu, but appear separately at the end of those  lists.
              This is the default behavior.
    
              ignore hidden links do not appear even in listings.
    
         -historical
              toggles use of '>' or '-->' as a  terminator  for  com-
              ments.
    
         -homepage=URL
              set homepage separate from start page.
    
         -image_links
              toggles inclusion of links for all images.
    
         -index=URL
              set the default index file to the specified URL.
    
         -ismap
              toggles inclusion of ISMAP links when client-side  MAPs
              are present.
    
         -justify
              do justification of text.
    
         -link=NUMBER
              starting count for lnk#.dat files produced by -crawl.
    
         -localhost
              disable URLs that point to remote hosts.
    
         -locexec
              enable local program execution from  local  files  only
              (if Lynx was compiled with local execution enabled).
    
         -mime_header
              prints the MIME header of a fetched document along with
              its source.
    
         -minimal
              toggles minimal versus valid comment parsing.
    
         -newschunksize=NUMBER
              number of articles in chunked news listings.
    
         -newsmaxchunk=NUMBER
              maximum news articles in listings before chunking.
    
         -nobold
              disable bold video-attribute.
    
         -nobrowse
              disable directory browsing.
    
         -nocc
              disable Cc: prompts for self copies of mailings.   Note
              that  this  does  not  disable any CCs which are incor-
              porated within a mailto URL or form ACTION.
    
         -nocolor
              force color mode off, overriding terminal  capabilities
              and  any  -color  flags,  COLORTERM variable, and saved
              .lynxrc settings.
    
         -noexec
              disable local program execution. (DEFAULT)
    
         -nofilereferer
              disable transmissions of Referer headers for file URLs.
    
         -nolist
              disable the link list feature in dumps.
    
         -nolog
              disable mailing of error messages to document owners.
    
         -nonrestarting_sigwinch
              This flag is not available on all systems,  Lynx  needs
              to  be compiled with HAVE_SIGACTION defined.  If avail-
              able, this flag may cause Lynx to  react  more  immedi-
              ately to window changes when run within an xterm.
    
         -nopause
              disable forced pauses for statusline messages.
    
         -noprint
              disable most print functions.
    
         -noredir
              prevents automatic redirection  and  prints  a  message
              with a link to the new URL.
    
         -noreferer
              disable transmissions of Referer headers.
    
         -noreverse
              disable reverse video-attribute.
    
         -nosocks
              disable SOCKS proxy usage by a SOCKSified Lynx.
    
         -nostatus
              disable the retrieval status messages.
    
         -nounderline
              disable underline video-attribute.
    
         -number_fields
              force numbering of links as well as form input fields
    
         -number_links
              force numbering of links.
    
         -partial
              toggles display partial pages while loading.
    
         partial_thres=NUMBER
              number of lines to  render  before  repainting  display
              with partial-display logic
    
         -pauth=ID:PASSWD
              set authorization ID and password for a protected proxy
              server at startup.  Be sure to protect any script files
              which use this switch.
    
         -popup
              toggles handling of single-choice  SELECT  options  via
              popup windows or as lists of radio buttons.
    
         -post_data
              send form data from stdin using POST  method  and  dump
              results.
    
         -preparsed
              show HTML source preparsed and  reformatted  when  used
              with -source or in source view.
    
         -prettysrc
              show HTML source view with lexical elements and tags in
              color.
    
         -print
              enable print functions. (default)
    
         -pseudo_inlines
              toggles pseudo-ALTs for inlines with no ALT string.
    
         -raw toggles default setting of 8-bit character translations
              or CJK mode for the startup character set.
    
         -realm
              restricts access to URLs in the starting realm.
    
         -reload
              flushes the cache on a proxy  server  (only  the  first
              document affected).
    
         -restrictions=[option][,option][,option]...
              allows a list of services to be  disabled  selectively.
              Dashes  and  underscores  in option names can be inter-
              mixed. The following list is printed if no options  are
              specified.
    
              all - restricts all options listed below.
    
              bookmark - disallow changing the location of the  book-
              mark file.
    
              bookmark_exec - disallow execution links via the  book-
              mark file.
    
              change_exec_perms - disallow changing the eXecute  per-
              mission  on  files (but still allow it for directories)
              when local file management is enabled.
    
              default - same as command line option -anonymous.  Dis-
              ables default services for anonymous users.  Set to all
              restricted, except for:  inside_telnet, outside_telnet,
              inside_ftp, outside_ftp, inside_rlogin, outside_rlogin,
              inside_news,  outside_news,  telnet_port,  jump,  mail,
              print, exec, and goto.  The settings for these, as well
              as  additional  goto  restrictions  for  specific   URL
              schemes that are also applied, are derived from defini-
              tions within userdefs.h.
    
              dired_support - disallow local file management.
    
              disk_save - disallow saving to disk in the download and
              print menus.
    
              dotfiles - disallow access to, or creation  of,  hidden
              (dot) files.
    
              download - disallow some downloaders  in  the  download
              menu (does not imply disk_save restriction).
    
              editor - disallow external editing.
    
              exec - disable execution scripts.
              exec_frozen - disallow the user from changing the local
              execution option.
    
              externals  -  disallow  some  "EXTERNAL"  configuration
              lines  if support for passing URLs to external applica-
              tions (with the EXTERN command) is compiled in.
    
              file_url - disallow using G)oto, served links or  book-
              marks for file: URLs.
    
              goto - disable the 'g' (goto) command.
    
              inside_ftp -  disallow  ftps  for  people  coming  from
              inside your domain (utmp required for selectivity).
    
              inside_news - disallow USENET news posting  for  people
              coming  from  inside  your  domain  (utmp  required for
              selectivity).
    
              inside_rlogin - disallow rlogins for people coming from
              inside your domain (utmp required for selectivity).
    
              inside_telnet - disallow telnets for people coming from
              inside your domain (utmp required for selectivity).
    
              jump - disable the 'j' (jump) command.
    
              multibook - disallow multiple bookmarks.
    
              mail - disallow mail.
    
              news_post - disallow USENET News posting.
    
              options_save - disallow saving options in .lynxrc.
    
              outside_ftp - disallow ftps for people coming from out-
              side your domain (utmp required for selectivity).
    
              outside_news - disallow USENET news reading and posting
              for  people  coming  from  outside  your  domain  (utmp
              required for selectivity).  This restriction applies to
              "news",  "nntp",  "newspost", and "newsreply" URLs, but
              not to "snews", "snewspost", or  "snewsreply"  in  case
              they are supported.
    
              outside_rlogin - disallow  rlogins  for  people  coming
              from  outside  your  domain  (utmp  required for selec-
              tivity).
    
              outside_telnet - disallow  telnets  for  people  coming
              from  outside  your  domain  (utmp  required for selec-
              tivity).
              print - disallow most print options.
    
              shell - disallow shell escapes and lynxexec or lynxprog
              G)oto's.
    
              suspend - disallow Unix Control-Z suspends with  escape
              to shell.
    
              telnet_port - disallow  specifying  a  port  in  telnet
              G)oto's.
    
              useragent - disallow modifications  of  the  User-Agent
              header.
    
    
         -resubmit_posts
              toggles forced resubmissions (no-cache) of  forms  with
              method POST when the documents they returned are sought
              with the PREV_DOC command or from the History List.
    
         -rlogin
              disable recognition of rlogin commands.
    
         -selective
              require .www_browsable files to browse directories.
    
         -short_url
              show very long URLs in the status line  with  "___"  to
              represent  the  portion which cannot be displayed.  The
              beginning and end of the URL are displayed, rather than
              suppressing the end.
    
         -show_cursor
              If enabled the cursor will not be hidden in  the  right
              hand corner but will instead be positioned at the start
              of the currently selected link.   Show  cursor  is  the
              default  for systems without FANCY_CURSES capabilities.
              The default configuration can be changed in  userdefs.h
              or  lynx.cfg.   The  command  line  switch  toggles the
              default.
    
         -soft_dquotes
              toggles emulation of the old Netscape  and  Mosaic  bug
              which  treated '>' as a co-terminator for double-quotes
              and tags.
    
         -source
              works the same as dump but outputs HTML source  instead
              of formatted text.
    
         -stack_dump
              disable SIGINT cleanup handler
    
         -startfile_ok
              allow non-http startfile and homepage with -validate.
    
         -tagsoup
              initialize parser, using Tag Soup DTD rather than  Sor-
              taSGML.
    
         -telnet
              disable recognition of telnet commands.
    
         -term=TERM
              tell Lynx what terminal type to assume  it  is  talking
              to.   (This  may  be useful for remote execution, when,
              for example, Lynx connects to a remote TCP/IP port that
              starts a script that, in turn, starts another Lynx pro-
              cess.)
    
         -timeout=N
              For win32, sets the network read-timeout,  where  N  is
              given in seconds.
    
         -tlog
              toggles between using a Lynx Trace Log and  stderr  for
              trace output from the session.
    
         -tna turns on "Textfields Need Activation" mode.
    
         -trace
              turns on Lynx trace mode.  Destination of trace  output
              depends on -tlog.
    
         -traversal
              traverse all http links derived from  startfile.   When
              used  with  -crawl, each link that begins with the same
              string as startfile is output to a file,  intended  for
              indexing.  See CRAWL.announce for more information.
    
         -underscore
              toggles use of _underline_ format in dumps.
    
         -use_mouse
              turn on mouse support, if available.  Clicking the left
              mouse  button  on  a  link  traverses it.  Clicking the
              right mouse button pops back.  Click on the top line to
              scroll  up.   Click  on the bottom line to scroll down.
              The first few positions in the top and bottom line  may
              invoke  additional  functions.   Lynx  must be compiled
              with ncurses or slang  to  support  this  feature.   If
              ncurses  is used, clicking the middle mouse button pops
              up a simple menu.  Mouse clicks may only work  reliably
              while Lynx is idle waiting for input.
    
         -useragent=Name
              set alternate Lynx User-Agent header.
    
         -validate
              accept only http URLs (for validation).  Complete secu-
              rity restrictions also are implemented.
    
         -verbose
              toggle  [LINK],  [IMAGE]  and  [INLINE]  comments  with
              filenames of these images.
    
         -version
              print version information.
    
         -vikeys
              enable vi-like key movement.
    
         -wdebug
              enable Waterloo tcp/ip  packet  debug  (print  to  watt
              debugfile).  This applies only to DOS versions compiled
              with WATTCP or WATT-32.
    
         -width=NUMBER
              number of columns for formatting of dumps,  default  is
              80.
    
         -with_backspaces
              emit backspaces in  output  if  -dumping  or  -crawling
              (like 'man' does)
    
    COMMANDS
         o Use Up arrow and Down arrow to  scroll  through  hypertext
         links.
         o Right arrow or Return will follow a highlighted  hypertext
         link.
         o Left Arrow will retreat from a link.
         o Type "H" or "?" for online help and descriptions  of  key-
         stroke commands.
         o Type "K" for a complete list  of  the  current  key-stroke
         command mappings.
    
    ENVIRONMENT
         In addition to various "standard" environment variables such
         as  HOME,  PATH,  USER,  DISPLAY, TMPDIR, etc, Lynx utilizes
         several Lynx-specific environment variables, if they exist.
    
         Others may be created or modified by Lynx to pass data to an
         external  program,  or  for other reasons.  These are listed
         separately below.
    
         See also the sections on SIMULATED CGI  SUPPORT  and  NATIVE
         LANGUAGE SUPPORT, below.
         Note:  Not all environment variables apply to all  types  of
         platforms  supported  by  Lynx, though most do.  Feedback on
         platform dependencies is solicited.
    
         Environment Variables Used By Lynx:
    
         COLORTERM           If set, color capability for the  termi-
                             nal  is  forced on at startup time.  The
                             actual value assigned to the variable is
                             ignored.  This variable is only meaning-
                             ful if Lynx was built  using  the  slang
                             screen-handling library.
    
         LYNX_CFG            This variable, if set, will override the
                             default  location and name of the global
                             configuration file (normally,  lynx.cfg)
                             that  was  defined  by the LYNX_CFG_FILE
                             constant in the userdefs.h file,  during
                             installation.   See  the userdefs.h file
                             for more information.
    
         LYNX_LSS            This variable,  if  set,  specifies  the
                             location  of  the default Lynx character
                             style sheet file.  [Currently only mean-
                             ingful  if  Lynx was built using experi-
                             mental color style support.]
    
         LYNX_SAVE_SPACE     This variable, if set, will override the
                             default  path  prefix for files saved to
                             disk that is  defined  in  the  lynx.cfg
                             SAVE_SPACE: statement.  See the lynx.cfg
                             file for more information.
    
         LYNX_TEMP_SPACE     This variable, if set, will override the
                             default  path prefix for temporary files
                             that was defined during installation, as
                             well  as  any value that may be assigned
                             to the TMPDIR variable.
    
         MAIL                This  variable  specifies  the   default
                             inbox  Lynx  will check for new mail, if
                             such checking is enabled in the lynx.cfg
                             file.
    
         NEWS_ORGANIZATION   This  variable,  if  set,  provides  the
                             string used in the Organization:  header
                             of USENET news postings.  It will  over-
                             ride  the  setting  of  the ORGANIZATION
                             environment variable, if it is also  set
                             (and,   on  UNIX,  the  contents  of  an
                             /etc/organization file, if present).
    
         NNTPSERVER          If  set,  this  variable  specifies  the
                             default  NNTP  server  that will be used
                             for USENET news reading and posting with
                             Lynx, via news: URL's.
    
         ORGANIZATION        This  variable,  if  set,  provides  the
                             string used in the Organization:  header
                             of USENET news postings.   On  UNIX,  it
                             will   override   the   contents  of  an
                             /etc/organization file, if present.
    
         PROTOCOL_proxy      Lynx supports the use of  proxy  servers
                             that  can  act  as firewall gateways and
                             caching servers.  They are preferable to
                             the    older    gateway   servers   (see
                             WWW_access_GATEWAY, below).  Each proto-
                             col  used  by  Lynx, (http, ftp, gopher,
                             etc), can be mapped separately  by  set-
                             ting  environment  variables of the form
                             PROTOCOL_proxy  (literally:  http_proxy,
                             ftp_proxy,    gopher_proxy,   etc),   to
                             "http://some.server.dom:port/".      See
                             Lynx  Users Guide for additional details
                             and examples.
    
         WWW_access_GATEWAY  Lynx  still  supports  use  of   gateway
                             servers,  with the servers specified via
                             "WWW_access_GATEWAY"  variables   (where
                             "access"   is  lower  case  and  can  be
                             "http", "ftp", "gopher" or "wais"), how-
                             ever most gateway servers have been dis-
                             continued.  Note that you do not include
                             a  terminal '/' for gateways, but do for
                             proxies  specified   by   PROTOCOL_proxy
                             environment  variables.   See Lynx Users
                             Guide for details.
    
         WWW_HOME            This variable, if set, will override the
                             default  startup URL specified in any of
                             the Lynx configuration files.
    
         Environment Variables Set or Modified By Lynx:
    
         LYNX_PRINT_DATE     This variable is set by the Lynx p(rint)
                             function,  to  the Date:  string seen in
                             the document's "Information about"  page
                             (=  cmd), if any.  It is created for use
                             by an external program, as defined in  a
                             lynx.cfg  PRINTER: definition statement.
                             If the field  does  not  exist  for  the
                             document,  the variable is set to a null
                             string under UNIX, or  "No  Date"  under
                             VMS.
    
         LYNX_PRINT_LASTMOD  This variable is set by the Lynx p(rint)
                             function,  to the Last Mod:  string seen
                             in the  document's  "Information  about"
                             page (= cmd), if any.  It is created for
                             use by an external program,  as  defined
                             in a lynx.cfg PRINTER: definition state-
                             ment.  If the field does not  exist  for
                             the  document,  the variable is set to a
                             null string under UNIX, or "No  LastMod"
                             under VMS.
    
         LYNX_PRINT_TITLE    This variable is set by the Lynx p(rint)
                             function,  to the Linkname:  string seen
                             in the  document's  "Information  about"
                             page (= cmd), if any.  It is created for
                             use by an external program,  as  defined
                             in a lynx.cfg PRINTER: definition state-
                             ment.  If the field does not  exist  for
                             the  document,  the variable is set to a
                             null string under UNIX,  or  "No  Title"
                             under VMS.
    
         LYNX_PRINT_URL      This variable is set by the Lynx p(rint)
                             function,  to  the  URL:  string seen in
                             the document's "Information about"  page
                             (=  cmd), if any.  It is created for use
                             by an external program, as defined in  a
                             lynx.cfg  PRINTER: definition statement.
                             If the field  does  not  exist  for  the
                             document,  the variable is set to a null
                             string under UNIX,  or  "No  URL"  under
                             VMS.
    
         LYNX_VERSION        This variable is always set by Lynx, and
                             may  be  used  by an external program to
                             determine if it  was  invoked  by  Lynx.
                             See    also    the   comments   in   the
                             distribution's sample mailcap file,  for
                             notes on usage in such a file.
    
         TERM                Normally, this variable is used by  Lynx
                             to  determine  the  terminal  type being
                             used to invoke Lynx.  If, however, it is
                             unset  at startup time (or has the value
                             "unknown"), or if the -term command-line
                             option  is  used  (see  OPTIONS  section
                             above), Lynx  will  set  or  modify  its
                             value  to  the  user  specified terminal
                             type (for the  Lynx  execution  environ-
                             ment).   Note:  If set/modified by Lynx,
                             the values of the LINES  and/or  COLUMNS
                             environment   variables   may   also  be
                             changed.
    
    SIMULATED CGI SUPPORT
         If built with the  cgi-links  option  enabled,  Lynx  allows
         access to a cgi script directly without the need for an http
         daemon.
    
         When executing such "lynxcgi scripts" (if enabled), the fol-
         lowing  variables  may  be set for simulating a CGI environ-
         ment:
    
         CONTENT_LENGTH
    
         CONTENT_TYPE
    
         DOCUMENT_ROOT
    
         HTTP_ACCEPT_CHARSET
    
         HTTP_ACCEPT_LANGUAGE
    
         HTTP_USER_AGENT
    
         PATH_INFO
    
         PATH_TRANSLATED
    
         QUERY_STRING
    
         REMOTE_ADDR
    
         REMOTE_HOST
    
         REQUEST_METHOD
    
         SERVER_SOFTWARE
    
         Other environment variables are not inherited by the script,
         unless they are provided via a LYNXCGI_ENVIRONMENT statement
         in the configuration file.  See the lynx.cfg file,  and  the
         (draft)            CGI           1.1           Specification
         <http://Web.Golux.Com/coar/cgi/draft-coar-cgi-v11-00.txt>
         for the definition and usage of these variables.
    
         The CGI Specification, and other  associated  documentation,
         should  be  consulted  for general information on CGI script
         programming.
    
    NATIVE LANGUAGE SUPPORT
         If configured and installed with  Native  Language  Support,
         Lynx  will  display  status and other messages in your local
         language.  See the file ABOUT_NLS in  the  source  distribu-
         tion,  or at your local GNU site, for more information about
         internationalization.
    
         The following environment variables may  be  used  to  alter
         default settings:
    
         LANG                This variable, if set, will override the
                             default  message language.  It is an ISO
                             639  two-letter  code  identifying   the
                             language.   Language  codes  are NOT the
                             same as the country codes given  in  ISO
                             3166.
    
         LANGUAGE            This variable, if set, will override the
                             default message language.  This is a GNU
                             extension that has higher  priority  for
                             setting the message catalog than LANG or
                             LC_ALL.
    
         LC_ALL              and
    
         LC_MESSAGES         These variables,  if  set,  specify  the
                             notion  of  native  language  formatting
                             style.  They are POSIXly correct.
    
         LINGUAS             This variable, if set  prior  to  confi-
                             guration, limits the installed languages
                             to specific  values.   It  is  a  space-
                             separated   list  of  two-letter  codes.
                             Currently, it is hard-coded  to  a  wish
                             list.
    
         NLSPATH             This variable, if set, is  used  as  the
                             path prefix for message catalogs.
    
    NOTES
         This is the Lynx v2.8.3 Release
    
         If you wish to contribute  to  the  further  development  of
         Lynx,   subscribe  to  our  mailing  list.   Send  email  to
         <majordomo@sig.net> with "subscribe lynx-dev"  as  the  only
         line in the body of your message.
    
         Send  bug   reports,   comments,   suggestions   to   <lynx-
         dev@sig.net> after subscribing.
    
         Unsubscribe by sending  email  to  <majordomo@sig.net>  with
         "unsubscribe  lynx-dev" as the only line in the body of your
         message.  Do not send the unsubscribe message to  the  lynx-
         dev list, itself.
    
    SEE ALSO
         catgets(3),  curses(3),   environ(7),   execve(2),   ftp(1),
         gettext(GNU),   localeconv(3),   ncurses(3),   setlocale(3),
         slang(?), termcap(5), terminfo(5), wget(GNU)
    
         Note that man page availability  and  section  numbering  is
         somewhat  platform  dependent,  and  may vary from the above
         references.
    
         A section shown as (GNU), is intended to denote that the to-
         pic may be available via an info page, instead of a man page
         (i.e., try "info subject", rather than "man subject").
    
         A section shown as (?) denotes that documentation on the to-
         pic  exists, but is not part of an established documentation
         retrieval system (see the distribution files associated with
         the  topic, or contact your System Administrator for further
         information).
    
    ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
         Lynx has incorporated code from a variety of  sources  along
         the  way.   The earliest versions of Lynx included code from
         Earl Fogel  of  Computing  Services  at  the  University  of
         Saskatchewan,  who implemented HYPERREZ in the Unix environ-
         ment.  HYPERREZ was developed by Niel  Larson  of  Think.com
         and  served  as  the  model  for the early versions of Lynx.
         Those versions also incorporated libraries from the Unix Go-
         pher  clients  developed at the University of Minnesota, and
         the later versions of Lynx rely on the  WWW  client  library
         code  developed  by  Tim  Berners-Lee and the WWW community.
         Also a special thanks to Foteos Macrides who ported much  of
         Lynx  to  VMS  and  did or organized most of its development
         since the departures of Lou Montulli and Garrett Blythe from
         the  University  of Kansas in the summer of 1994 through the
         release of v2.7.2, and to everyone on the net who  has  con-
         tributed  to  Lynx's  development  either  directly (through
         patches, comments or bug reports) or indirectly (through in-
         spiration and development of other systems).
    
    AUTHORS
         Lou Montulli, Garrett Blythe, Craig Lavender, Michael Grobe,
         Charles Rezac
         Academic Computing Services
         University of Kansas
         Lawrence, Kansas 66047
    
         Foteos Macrides
         Worcester Foundation for Biomedical Research
         Shrewsbury, Massachusetts 01545
    
    
    
    


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