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BARRIERS(1)			 User Commands			   BARRIERS(1)

NAME
       barriers	- Barrier Keyboard/Mouse Server

SYNOPSIS
       barriers	 [--address  _address_]	[--config _pathname_] [--display _dis-
       play_]  [--no-xinitthreads]  [--daemon|--no-daemon]  [--name   _screen-
       name_] [--restart|--no-restart] [--debug	_level_]

DESCRIPTION
       Start the barrier server	component.

OPTIONS
       -a, --address <address>
	      listen for clients on the	given address.

       -c, --config <pathname>
	      use the named configuration file instead.

       -d, --debug <level>
	      filter  out  log	messages with priority below level.  level may
	      be: FATAL, ERROR,	WARNING, NOTE, INFO, DEBUG, DEBUG1, DEBUG2.

       -n, --name <screen-name>	use screen-name	instead	the hostname to	 iden-
       tify
	      this screen in the configuration.

       -1, --no-restart
	      do not try to restart on failure.

       --restart
	      restart the server automatically if it fails. (*)

       -l  --log <file>
	      write log	messages to file.

       --no-tray
	      disable the system tray icon.

       --enable-drag-drop
	      enable file drag & drop.

       --enable-crypto
	      enable the crypto	(ssl) plugin.

       --display <display>
	      connect to the X server at <display>

       --no-xinitthreads
	      do not call XInitThreads()

       --screen-change-script <path>
	      full  path  to  script to	run on screen change first argument is
	      the new screen name

       -f, --no-daemon
	      run in the foreground.

       --daemon
	      run as a daemon. (*)

       -h, --help
	      display this help	and exit.

       --version
	      display version information and exit.

       Default options are marked with a *

       The argument for	--address is of	the form: [<hostname>][:<port>].   The
       hostname	must be	the address or hostname	of an interface	on the system.
       Placing brackets	around an IPv6 address is required when	also  specify-
       ing  a  port number and optional	otherwise. The default is to listen on
       all interfaces using port number	24800.

FILES
       If no configuration file	pathname is provided then  the	first  of  the
       following to load successfully sets the configuration:

	      $HOME/.local/share/barrier/.barrier.conf
	      /usr/local/etc/barrier/barrier.conf

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright (C) 2018 Debauchee Open Source	Group
       Copyright (C) 2012-2016 Symless Ltd.
       Copyright (C) 2008-2014 Nick Bolton
       Copyright (C) 2002-2014 Chris Schoeneman

barriers 2.3.3-release		 November 2019			   BARRIERS(1)

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