Provided by: roarclients_1.0~beta12-2_amd64
roarclientpass - Passing clients to and creating new listen sockets on RoarAudio sound server
This program let you pass new clients to a RoarAudio sound server as as a proxy and let you add new listen sockets to a running server.
--server SERVER Set server hostname. --stdin Client is on stdin. --stdout Client is on stdout. --stdio Same as --stdin --stdout. This option may for example be used in case of being runed from a inetd. --stderr Client is on stderr. Beside to make stderr known as client fh it will disable error output on stderr. This must be used in case this program is used from inetd or simular tools. --client-fh FH Client is on FH. This is basically the same as --client-fh on roard(1). --proto PROTO Set the protocol used by the client. Defaults to RoarAudio. --byteorder BO Sets the byteorder used by the client. Defaults to network byte order. --listen Client is a listen connection. This is not the same as --mode listen. --mode MODE Set mode of operation: none, listen or connect Defaults to none. --bind BIND Set host/node/path for mode listen and connect. --port PORT Set port for mode listen and connect. --help Show this help
For history information see RoarAudio(7).