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NAME

       uget-gtk - a lightweight and very powerful download manager.

SYNOPSIS
       uget-gtk [options] [URL]

DESCRIPTION
   Help Options:
       -?, --help
              Show help options.

       --help-all
              Show all help options.

       --help-gtk
              Show GTK+ Options

   Application Options:
       --quiet
              add download directly. Don't show dialog.

       --category-index=N
              add download to Nth category. (default -1)

       --folder=FOLDER
              placed download file in FOLDER.

       --filename=FILE
              set download filename to FILE.

       --user=USER
              set both ftp and http user to USER.

       --password=PASS
              set both ftp and http password to PASS.

       --proxy-type=N
              set proxy type to N. (0=Don't use)

       --proxy-host=HOST
              set proxy host to HOST.

       --proxy-port=PORT
              set proxy port to PORT.

       --proxy-user=USER
              set USER as proxy username.

       --proxy-password=PASS
              set PASS as proxy password.

       --http-user=USER
              set http user to USER.

       --http-password=PASS
              set http password to PASS.

       --http-referer=URL
              include `Referer: URL' header in HTTP request.

       --http-cookie-data=STRING
              load cookies from STRING.

       --http-cookie-file=FILE
              load cookies from FILE.

       --http-post-data=STRING
              use the POST method; send STRING as the data.

       --http-post-file=FILE
              use the POST method; send contents of FILE

       --ftp-user=USER
              set ftp user to USER.

       --ftp-password=PASS
              set ftp password to PASS.

       --display=DISPLAY
              X display to use

What is a Manpage?

  • Manpages (abbreviation for "manual pages") are the extensive documentation that comes preinstalled with almost all substantial UNIX-like operating systems. The command used to display them is man.

    The manpage for the uGet Download Manager breaks down the command-line parameters / options available for usage in a terminal.

    You can view a similar result by running "man uget-gtk" in your terminal or by running "uget-gtk --help" but this page will always be the most up to date option.