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Eepget - I2P downloader

EEPGET(1) I2P EEPGET(1)

NAME

Eepget - I2P downloader
 

SYNOPSIS

eepget [options]URL
 
 

DESCRIPTION

Download a file non-interactively via HTTP. Transfers through both I2P and the regular Internet are supported.
Eepget is able to cope with slow or unstable network connections; if a download is not successful because of a network problem, it will keep retrying until the whole file has been retrieved (if the -n option is set). If supported by the remote server, eepget will instruct the server to continue the download from the point of interruption.
 

OPTIONS

-c
Clearnet. Do not use a proxy. Same as -p :0 .
-e etag
Sets the etag value in the request headers.
-h name=value
Adds an arbitrary request header with the given name and value.
-l lineLen
Controls the progress display.  lineLen is the length of one progress line in characters. The default is 40.
-m markSize
Controls the progress display.  markSize is the number of bytes one '#' character represents. The default is 1024.
-n retries
Specify the number of times to retry downloading if the download isn't successful. If this option is not specified, eepget will not retry.
-o file
Sets the output file to write to. If this option is not given, the output filename will be determined by the URL.
-p proxy_host[:port]
Specify an I2P proxy server (eeproxy) to use. If the port is not specified, eepget will use 4444. If this option is not specified, eepget will use 127.0.0.1:4444. Specify -c or -p :0 to disable the eeproxy.
-t seconds
Sets the inactivity timeout. The default is 60 seconds.
-u username
Sets the username for proxy authorization, if required.
-x password
Sets the password for proxy authorization, if required. If a username is specified but not a password, EepGet will prompt for the password.
 

EXIT STATUS

eepget exits with status zero upon successful transfer and non-zero if there were problems with the download.
 

REPORTING BUGS

Please enter a ticket on the I2P trac page
 

SEE ALSO

i2prouter(1) curl(1) wget(1)
 
January 26, 2017