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NAME

       viewvc-standalone - run a simple stand-alone HTTP server for ViewVC

SYNOPSIS

       viewvc-standalone [options]

DESCRIPTION

       Run a simple, standalone HTTP server configured to serve up ViewVC requests.

OPTIONS

       -c, --config-file=PATH
              Use  the  file  at PATH as the ViewVC configuration file.  If not specified, ViewVC
              will try to use the configuration file in its installation tree; otherwise,  built-
              in default values are used.  This option is not valid in GUI mode.

       -d, --daemon
              Background the server process.

       -h, --host=HOST
              Start  the  server listening on HOST.  You need to provide the hostname if you want
              to access the standalone server from a remote machine.  The default is localhost.

       -p, --port=PORT
              Start the server on the given PORT.  The default is 49152.

       -r, --repository=PATH
              Serve up the Subversion or CVS repository located at PATH.  This option may be used
              more than once.

       -s, --script-alias=PATH
              Specify  the ScriptAlias, the artificial path location that at which ViewVC appears
              to be located.  For example, if your ScriptAlias  is  cgi-bin/viewvc,  then  ViewVC
              will  be  accessible  at  http://localhost:49152/cgi-bin/viewvc.   The  default  is
              viewvc.

       -g, --gui
              Pop up a graphical interface for serving and testing ViewVC.  Note: this requires a
              valid X11 display connection.

FILES

       /etc/viewvc/viewvc.conf

SEE ALSO

       ViewVC web site, http://www.viewvc.org/.

AUTHORS

       viewvc-standalone  was  written  by  the  ViewVC Group.  A complete list of authors may be
       obtained at http://www.viewvc.org/.

       This manual page was written by  John  Zaitseff  <J.Zaitseff@zap.org.au>  for  the  Debian
       project.   It is distributed under the GNU General Public License, version 2 or later, and
       may be used under that licence by others.

                                            2010-04-01                       VIEWVC-STANDALONE(1)