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       gnunet-unindex  -  a  command line interface for deleting indexed files
       from GNUnet


       gnunet-unindex [OPTIONS] FILENAME


       gnunet-unindex is used for deleting indexed files from GNUnet.

       -c FILENAME, --config=FILENAME
              use config file (defaults: ~/.gnunet/gnunet.conf)

       -h, --help
              print help page

       -H HOSTNAME, --host=HOSTNAME
              on which host is gnunetd running (default: localhost).  You  can
              also specify a port using the syntax HOSTNAME:PORT.  The default
              port is 2087.

       -L LOGLEVEL, --loglevel=LOGLEVEL
              Change the loglevel.  Possible values for LOGLEVEL are  NOTHING,
              FATAL,  ERROR,  WARNING,  INFO,  STATUS  and  DEBUG.   Note that
              options in the configuration  file  take  precedence  over  this
              option (the argument will be ignored in that case).

       -v, --version
              print the version number

       -V, --verbose
              be verbose


       As  most  GNUnet  command-line  tools,  gnunet-unindex supports passing
       arguments using environment variables.  This can improve  your  privacy
       since  otherwise  the  filename  will  likely be visible to other local
       users.  Setting "GNUNET_ARGS" will cause the respective  string  to  be
       appended to the actual command-line and to be processed the same way as
       arguments given directly at the command line.

       You can only unindex files that you indexed and  that  you  still  have
       available locally in full.  You should use gnunet-unindex on files that
       you indexed (not inserted) and that you are going  to  delete  or  move


              GNUnet configuration file


       Report  bugs  by  using mantis <> or by sending
       electronic mail to <>


       gnunet-gtk(1),   gnunet-insert(1),   gnunet-gtk(1),   gnunet-search(1),
       gnunet-download(1), gnunet.conf(5), gnunetd(1)