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UNIXSERVER(1)		    General Commands Manual		 UNIXSERVER(1)

NAME
       unixserver - UNIX domain	socket server

SYNOPSIS
       unixserver [options] socket program

DESCRIPTION
       Unixserver  is	UNIX  domain  socket server that conform to UCSPI, the
       UNIX Client-Server Program Interface.

OPTIONS

       -q     Quiet. Do	not print any messages.

       -Q     (default)	Print error messages.

       -v     Verbose.	Print error and	status messages.

       -d     Do not delete the	socket file on exit.

       -D     (default)	Delete the socket file on exit.

       -u UID Change user id to	UID after creating socket.

       -g GID Change group id to GID after creating socket.

       -U     Same as '-u $UID -g $GID'.

       -o UID Make the socket owned by UID.

       -r GID Make the socket group owned by GID.

       -O     Same as '-o $SOCKET_UID -r $SOCKET_GID'.

       -p PERM
	      Set the permissions on the created  socket  (in  octal).	 Note:
	      this  option,  if	 set,  overrides the mask below.  (defaults to
	      0666 minus umask)

       -m MASK
	      Set umask	to MASK	(in octal) before creating socket.   (defaults
	      to 0, previous value is restored afterwards)

       -c N   Do  not  handle  more than N simultaneous	connections.  (default
	      10)

       -b N   Allow a backlog of N connections.

       -B BANNER
	      Write BANNER to the client immediately after connecting.

SEE ALSO
       unixclient(1), unixcat(1) http://cr.yp.to/proto/ucspi.txt

AUTHOR
       ucspi-unix package was written by Bruce Guenter <bruceg@em.ca>

       This manual page	was originally written by Tomas	 Kuliavas  <tokul@big-
       foot.com>  for  the  Debian GNU/Linux system, but may be	used elsewhere
       under the GPL.

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