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NAME

       gtk4-broadwayd - Broadway display server

SYNOPSIS

       gtk4-broadwayd [--port PORT] [--address ADDRESS] [--unixsocket ADDRESS] [:DISPLAY]

DESCRIPTION

       gtk4-broadwayd is a display server for the Broadway GDK backend. It allows multiple GTK+ applications to display their windows in the same web browser, by connecting to gtk4-broadwayd.

       When using gtk4-broadwayd, specify the display number to use, prefixed with a colon, similar to X. The default display number is 0.

           gtk4-broadwayd :5

       Then point your web browser at http://127.0.0.1:8085. Start your applications like this:

           GDK_BACKEND=broadway BROADWAY_DISPLAY=:5 gtk3-demo

       You can add password protection for your session by creating a file in $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/broadway.passwd or $HOME/.config/broadway.passwd with a crypt(3) style password hash. A simple way to generate it is with
       openssl:

           openssl passwd -1  > ~/.config/broadway.passwd

OPTIONS

       --port
           Use PORT as the HTTP port, instead of the default 8080 + (DISPLAY - 1).

       --address
           Use ADDRESS as the HTTP address, instead of the default http://127.0.0.1:PORT.

       --unixsocket
           Use ADDRESS as the unix domain socket address. This option overrides --address and --port. It is available only on Unix-like systems.