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MISSION-CONTROL-5(8)		D-Bus services		  MISSION-CONTROL-5(8)

NAME
       mission-control-5 - Telepathy account manager/chanel dispatcher

SYNOPSIS
       /usr/local/libexec/mission-control-5

DESCRIPTION
       Mission	Control	 5 implements the AccountManager and ChannelDispatcher
       services	described  in  the  Telepathy  D-Bus  specification,  allowing
       clients	like empathy(1)	to store account details, connect to accounts,
       request communication channels, and have	channels dispatched to them.

       It is a D-Bus service which runs	on the session bus, and	should usually
       be started automatically	by D-Bus activation. However, it might be use-
       ful to start it manually	for debugging.

OPTIONS
       There are no command-line options.

ENVIRONMENT
       MC_DEBUG=all or MC_DEBUG=category[,category...]
	      May be set to "all" for full debug output	from  Mission  Control
	      and  telepathy-glib,  or	various	 undocumented  category	 names
	      (which may change	from release to	release) to filter the output.
	      See  Mission  Control  and  telepathy-glib  source  code for the
	      available	categories.

       MC_DEBUG=level
	      Set a numeric debug level	for Mission Control  itself  (but  not
	      telepathy-glib).	 Level	0 logs nothing,	level 1	logs most mes-
	      sages, and level 2 logs all messages.

       MC_TP_DEBUG=type
	      May be set to "all" for full debug output	 from  telepathy-glib,
	      or  various  undocumented	options	(which may change from telepa-
	      thy-glib release to release) to filter the output.  See  telepa-
	      thy-glib source code for the available options.

SEE ALSO
       http://telepathy.freedesktop.org/

Telepathy			   July	2009		  MISSION-CONTROL-5(8)

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