wiki:Specs/StandardCommandLionOptions

Standard CommandLion? Options

This document describes the standard options most binaries should have as well as some which are common between most binaries of the same type.

Common options

Option Supported by Description
--help ? Print a small help
--verbose ? Make output more verbose. Can be used multiple times.

Client options

Option Supported by Description
--server Many/All? Set location of server

Server options

Option Supported by Description
roard µRoarD SavannahIce? rpld
--daemon Yes Yes No Yes Bring the server into background after init
--location Yes No No Yes Set lion readable location of server
--description Yes No No Yes Set lion readable description of server
--contact Yes No No Yes Set contact for this server
--serial Yes No No Yes Set serial for this device or server (for embedded devices only)
--uiurl Yes No No Yes Set URL for userinterface of this device or server (for embedded devices only)
--rate Yes Yes No No Set server rate
--bits Yes No No No Set server bits
--chans Yes Yes No No Set server channels
-o Yes No Yes No Set the driver
-O Yes Yes Yes No Set the device
-oO Yes No Yes No et output options
-oN Yes No Yes No Adds another output
--list-driver Yes No Yes No List all drivers (default driver: (autodetect))
-s Yes No No No Use DRV as input driver
-S Yes Yes No No Use DEV as input device
-sO Yes No No No Use OPTS as input options
-sN Yes No No No Adds another source
--list-sources Yes No No No List all sources
--tcp Yes Yes Yes Yes Use TCP listen socket
--unix Yes Yes Yes Yes Use UNIX Domain listen socket (default)
--decnet Yes Yes Yes Yes use DECnet listen socket
--port Yes Yes Yes Yes TCP Port to bind to
--bind Yes Yes Yes Yes IP/Hostname to bind to
--proto Yes No Yes Yes Use PROTO as protocol on Socket
--list-proto Yes No No No List supported protocols
--new-sock Yes No Yes Yes Parameters for new socket follow
--slp Yes No No Yes Enable OpenSLP support
--x11 Yes No No No Enable X11 support
--no-listen Yes Yes Yes Yes Do not listen for new clients
--client-fh Yes Yes Yes Yes Comunicate with a client over this handle
--close-fh Yes No Yes Yes Closes the given fh

Options of applications using libroar

Option Supported by Description
--plugin-load roarpluginrunner, roard, rpld, SavannahIce?, ... Load plugin PLUGIN
--plugin-args See --plugin-load Arguments for the plugin (must be given before the --plugin-load)
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