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ttyd(1)				  User Manual			       ttyd(1)

NAME
       ttyd - Share your terminal over the web

SYNOPSIS
       ttyd [options] <command>	[<arguments...>]

Description
       ttyd is a command-line tool for sharing terminal	over the web that runs
       in *nix and windows systems, with the following features:

	      o	Built on top of	Libwebsockets with libuv for speed

	      o	Fully-featured terminal	based on Xterm.js with	CJK  (Chinese,
		Japanese, Korean) and IME support

	      o	Graphical ZMODEM integration with lrzsz	support

	      o	SSL support based on OpenSSL

	      o	Run any	custom command with options

	      o	Basic authentication support and many other custom options

	      o	Cross  platform:  macOS, Linux,	FreeBSD/OpenBSD, OpenWrt/LEDE,
		Windows

OPTIONS
       -p, --port <port>
	     Port to listen (default: 7681, use	0 for random port)

       -i, --interface <interface>
	     Network interface to bind (eg: eth0), or UNIX domain socket  path
       (eg: /var/run/ttyd.sock)

       -c, --credential	USER[:PASSWORD]
	     Credential	for Basic Authentication (format: username:password)

       -u, --uid <uid>
	     User id to	run with

       -g, --gid <gid>
	     Group id to run with

       -s, --signal <signal string>
	     Signal to send to the command when	exit it	(default: 1, SIGHUP)

       -a, --url-arg
	     Allow   client  to	 send  command	line  arguments	 in  URL  (eg:
       <http://localhost:7681?arg=foo&arg=bar>)

       -R, --readonly
	     Do	not allow clients to write to the TTY

       -t, --client-option <key=value>
	     Send option to client (format: key=value),	repeat to add more op-
       tions

       -T, --terminal-type
	     Terminal type to report, default: xterm-256color

       -O, --check-origin
	     Do	not allow websocket connection from different origin

       -m, --max-clients
	     Maximum clients to	support	(default: 0, no	limit)

       -o, --once
	     Accept only one client and	exit on	disconnection

       -B, --browser
	     Open terminal with	the default system browser

       -I, --index <index file>
	     Custom index.html path

       -b, --base-path
	     Expected  base path for requests coming from a reverse proxy (eg:
       /mounted/here)

       -P, --ping-interval
	     Websocket ping interval(sec) (default: 300)

       -6, --ipv6
	     Enable IPv6 support

       -S, --ssl
	     Enable SSL

       -C, --ssl-cert <cert path>
	     SSL certificate file path

       -K, --ssl-key <key path>
	     SSL key file path

       -A, --ssl-ca <ca	path>
	     SSL CA file path for client certificate verification

       -d, --debug <level>
	     Set log level (default: 7)

       -v, --version
	     Print the version and exit

       -h, --help
	     Print this	text and exit

Examples
       ttyd starts web server at port 7681 by default, you can use the -p  op-
       tion  to	 change	 it, the command will be started with arguments	as op-
       tions. For example, run:

	      ttyd -p 8080 bash	-x

       Then open <http://localhost:8080> with a	browser, you will get  a  bash
       shell with debug	mode enabled. More examples:

	      o	If  you	 want  to  login  with your system accounts on the web
		browser, run ttyd login.

	      o	You can	even run a none	shell command like vim,	try: ttyd vim,
		the web	browser	will show you a	vim editor.

	      o	Sharing	single process with multiple clients: ttyd tmux	new -A
		-s ttyd	vim, run tmux new -A -s	ttyd to	connect	 to  the  tmux
		session	from terminal.

SSL how-to
       Generate	SSL CA and self	signed server/client certificates:

	      #	CA certificate (FQDN must be different from server/client)
	      openssl genrsa -out ca.key 2048
	      openssl req -new -x509 -days 365 -key ca.key -subj "/C=CN/ST=GD/L=SZ/O=Acme, Inc./CN=Acme	Root CA" -out ca.crt

	      #	server certificate (for	multiple domains, change subjectAltName	to: DNS:example.com,DNS:www.example.com)
	      openssl req -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout server.key -subj "/C=CN/ST=GD/L=SZ/O=Acme, Inc./CN=localhost"	-out server.csr
	      openssl x509 -sha256 -req	-extfile <(printf "subjectAltName=DNS:localhost") -days	365 -in	server.csr -CA ca.crt -CAkey ca.key -CAcreateserial -out server.crt

	      #	client certificate (the	p12/pem	format may be useful for some clients)
	      openssl req -newkey rsa:2048 -nodes -keyout client.key -subj "/C=CN/ST=GD/L=SZ/O=Acme, Inc./CN=client" -out client.csr
	      openssl x509 -req	-days 365 -in client.csr -CA ca.crt -CAkey ca.key -CAcreateserial -out client.crt
	      openssl pkcs12 -export -clcerts -in client.crt -inkey client.key -out client.p12
	      openssl pkcs12 -in client.p12 -out client.pem -clcerts

       Then start ttyd:

	      ttyd --ssl --ssl-cert server.crt --ssl-key server.key --ssl-ca ca.crt bash

       You may want to test the	client certificate verification	with curl(1):

	      curl --insecure --cert client.p12[:password] -v https://localhost:7681

       If you don't want to enable client certificate verification, remove the
       --ssl-ca	option.

Docker and ttyd
       Docker containers are jailed environments which are more	 secure,  this
       is  useful for protecting the host system, you may use ttyd with	docker
       like this:

	      o	Sharing	single docker container	with multiple clients:	docker
		run -it	--rm -p	7681:7681 tsl0922/ttyd.

	      o	Creating new docker container for each client: ttyd docker run
		-it --rm ubuntu.

Nginx reverse proxy
       Sample config to	proxy ttyd under the /ttyd path:

	      location	 ^/ttyd(.*)$ {
		  proxy_http_version 1.1;
		  proxy_set_header Host	$host;
		  proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme;
		  proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
		  proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade;
		  proxy_set_header Connection "upgrade";
		  proxy_pass http://127.0.0.1:7681/$1;
	      }

AUTHOR
       Shuanglei	   Tao		  <tsl0922@gmail.com>		 Visit
       <https://github.com/tsl0922/ttyd>  to  get  more	information and	report
       bugs.

ttyd				September 2016			       ttyd(1)

NAME | SYNOPSIS | Description | OPTIONS | Examples | SSL how-to | Docker and ttyd | Nginx reverse proxy | AUTHOR

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