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Manual Reference Pages  -  MMAN (8)

NAME

mman - (Advanced proxy server designed to increase privacy and remove unwanted content)

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

mman [-clpugdh]

DESCRIPTION

Middleman is a robust proxy server with many features designed to remove unwanted content, increase privacy, and to simply make surfing the Web a more pleasant experience. Some of the highlights include banner and popup blocking, HTTP and FTP content caching, NTLM and Basic authentication when forwarding through another proxy server, regular expression substitution in downloaded files and HTTP headers, regular expression substitution on requested URLs, many URL commands to temporarily change the proxy settings or to view information about a requested file, complete support for HTTP/1.1 including persistent connections and gzip encoding, and an intutive Web interface for configuring the proxy.

OPTIONS

-c <file>
  location of config file
-l <file>
  file to log actvity to
-p <file>
  PID file
-u <username>
  run as alternate user
-g <groupname>
  run in alternate group
-d <level>
  set log level
-h help

FILES

/usr/local/etc/mman.xml
/usr/share/mman

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES

NONE mman does not support include any support for ENVIROMENT variables.

EXAMPLES

To run this program the standard way type:

mman -c /usr/local/etc/mman.xml

Alternativly you can run it as:

mman -c /usr/local/etc/mman.xml -u mman -g mman -p /var/run/mman.pid -l /var/log/mmam.log

AUTHORS

Middleman was written by Jason Mclaughlin <jasonmc@sympatico.ca>

SEE ALSO

syslog(2) pcre(3) zlib(3) pam(8)

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