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NAME

     kxd - securely forward X conections

SYNOPSIS

     kxd [-t] [-i] [-p port]

DESCRIPTION

     This is the daemon for kx.

     Options supported by kxd:

     -t      TCP.  Normally kxd will only listen for X connections on a UNIX
             socket, but some machines (for example, Cray) have X libraries
             that are not able to use UNIX sockets and thus you need to use
             TCP to talk to the pseudo-xserver created by kxd. This option
             decreases the security significantly and should only be used when
             it is necessary and you have considered the consequences of doing
             so.

     -i      Interactive.  Do not expect to be started by inetd, but allocate
             and listen to the socket yourself.  Handy for testing and
             debugging.

     -p      Port.  Listen on the port port.  Only usable with -i.

EXAMPLES

     Put the following in /etc/inetd.conf:

     kx      stream  tcp     nowait  root    /usr/athena/libexec/kxd kxd

SEE ALSO

     kx(1), rxtelnet(1), rxterm(1)