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serveez(1)		    General Commands Manual		    serveez(1)

       GNU Serveez - A server framework.

       serveez [options]

       GNU  Serveez  is	a server framework.  It	provides routines and help for
       implementing IP-based servers (currently	TCP, UDP and ICMP).   It  sup-
       ports named pipes for all connection-oriented protocols.

       We  think  it is	worth the effort because many people need server func-
       tionality within	their applications.  However, many  people  experience
       problems	 with select(2)	or poll(2) loops, and with non-blocking	opera-

       GNU Serveez demonstrates	various	aspects	of advanced  network  program-
       ming in a portable manner.  It is known to compile and run on GNU/Linux
       systems,	as well	as on other 32-bit and 64-bit flavours of Unix and  on
       Microsoft Windows (9x/ME/NT/2000/XP).

       You  can	 use it	for implementing your own servers or for understanding
       how certain network services and	operations work.

       The package includes a number of	servers	that  work  already:  an  HTTP
       server,	an  IRC	server,	a Gnutella spider and some others.  One	of the
       highlights is that you can run all protocols on the same	port.  The ap-
       plication  itself  is  single threaded but it uses helper processes for
       concurrent name resolution and ident lookups.

       -h, --help
	      display this help	and exit

       -V, --version
	      display version information and exit

       -L, --list-servers
	      display prefix and description of	each builtin server and	exit

       -i, --iflist
	      list local network interfaces and	exit

       -f, --cfg-file=FILENAME
	      file to use as configuration file	(serveez.cfg)

       -v, --verbose=LEVEL
	      set level	of verbosity

       -l, --log-file=FILENAME
	      use FILENAME for logging (default	is stderr)

       -P, --password=STRING
	      set the password for control connections

       -m, --max-sockets=COUNT
	      set the max. number of socket descriptors

       -d, --daemon
	      start as daemon in background

       -c, --stdin
	      use standard input as configuration file

       -s, --solitary
	      don't start any coservers

       Please send bug reports to <>.

       Copyright (C) 2013 Thien-Thi Nguyen

       Copying and distribution	of this	manpage, with or without modification,
       are  permitted in any medium without royalty provided the copyright no-
       tice and	this notice are	preserved.  This  manpage  is  offered	as-is,
       without any warranty.

       The  full  documentation	for serveez is maintained as a Texinfo manual.
       If the info(1) and serveez programs  are	 properly  installed  at  your
       site, the command

	      info serveez

       should  give  you access	to the complete	manual.	 Additionally, the GNU
       Serveez homepage:

       has news	and links to the latest	release, development site, etc.

GNU Serveez 0.2.2		  2013-12-02			    serveez(1)


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