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REMMINA(1)		FreeBSD	General	Commands Manual		    REMMINA(1)

NAME
     remmina --	Remmina	the GTK+ Remote	Desktop	Client

SYNOPSIS
     remmina [-a|i|n|q|v] [-c FILE] [-e	FILE] [-p TABINDEX] [-s	SERVER]
	     [-t PROTOCOL] [-x PLUGIN] [--update-profile]
	     [--set-option OPTION[=VALUE]] [--display DISPLAY]

DESCRIPTION
     Remmina is	a remote desktop client	written	in GTK+, aiming	to be useful
     for system	administrators and travellers, who need	to work	with lots of
     remote computers in front of either large monitors	or tiny	netbooks. Rem-
     mina supports multiple network protocols in an integrated and consistent
     user interface.  Currently	RDP, VNC, SSH, SPICE, NX, XDMCP, and WWW are
     supported.

     Remmina is	released in separated source packages:

	 "remmina", the	main GTK+ application
	 "remmina-plugins", a set of plugins

     Remmina is	free and open-source software, released	under GNU GPL license.

FILES
     ${XDG_CONFIG_DIRS}/remmina.pref or	${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}/remmina/rem-
     mina.pref :

     Remmina configuration files.

     At	the first Remmina execution the	system wide Remmina configuration
     files, will be copied in the ${XDG_CONFIG_HOME}

     ${XDG_DATA_DIRS}/FILE.remmina or ${XDG_DATA_HOME}/remmina/FILE.remmina :

     Remmina profiles, the file	name is	autogenerated, but you can create man-
     ually your	own files with the FILE	name you prefer. It's possible to
     specify a custom profile name and location.

OPTIONS
     -h, --help
	     Show help options

     -a	     Show about	dialog

     -c, --connect=FILE
	     Connect directly either to	a desktop using	options	described in a
	     file, or a	supported URI (RDP, VNC, SSH or	SPICE).	The filetype
	     can be ".remmina" or one supported	by a plugin capable of import-
	     ing files

     -e, --edit=FILE
	     Open and edit desktop connection using options described by file,
	     file type can be either .remmina or one supported by a file im-
	     port capable plugin

     -k, --kiosk
	     Start Remmina in kiosk mode (thin client)

     -n, --new
	     Create a new connection profile

     -p, --pref=TABINDEX
	     Show preferences dialog page

     -x, --plugin=PLUGIN
	     Execute the plugin

     -q, --quit
	     Quit the application

     -s, --server=SERVER
	     Use default server	name (for --new)

     -t, --protocol=PROTOCOL
	     Use default protocol (for --new)

     -i, --icon
	     Start as tray icon

     -v, --version
	     Show the application's version

     --update-profile
	     Modify connection profile,	require	also --set-option

     --set-option OPTION[=VALUE]
	     Set one or	more profile settings, to be used with --update-pro-
	     file

     --encrypt-password
	     Encrypt a password

     --display=DISPLAY
	     X display to use

EXAMPLES
     To	connect	using an exisitng connection profile use:
     remmina -c	FILE.remmina

     To	quick connect using a URI:
     remmina -c	rdp://username@server
     remmina -c	rdp://domain\\username@server
     remmina -c	vnc://username@server
     remmina -c	vnc://server?VncUsername=username
     remmina -c	ssh://user@server
     remmina -c	spice://server

     To	quick connect using a URI along	with an	encrypted password:
     remmina -c	rdp://username:encrypted-password@server
     remmina -c	vnc://username:encrypted-password@server
     remmina -c	vnc://server?VncUsername=username\&VncPassword=encrypted-password

     To	encrypt	a password for use with	a URI:
     remmina --encrypt-password

     To	update username	and password and set a different resolution mode of a
     remmina connection	profile	use:
     echo "ausername\napassword" | remmina --update-profile /PATH/TO/FOO.remmina --set-option username --set-option resolution_mode=2 --set-option password

SEE ALSO
     remmina-file-wrapper(1)

AUTHORS
     Antenore Gatta <antenore at simbiosi dot org> and Giovanni	Panozzo	<gio-
     vanni at panozzo dot it>

     See the THANKS file for a more detailed list.

     Remmina was initially written by Vic Lee <llyzs@163.com>

     This manual page was written by Antenore Gatta <antenore at simbiosi dot
     org>.

COPYRIGHT
     This program is free software; you	can redistribute it and/or modify it
     under the terms of	the GNU	General	Public License as published by the
     Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at	your option) any later
     version.

				 July 28, 2021

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