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NAME

       xtnetserv - remote server process

SYNOPSIS

       xtnetserv

DESCRIPTION

       xtnetserv is the remote server process for the GNUspool spooler and
       document management system. It serves 3 purposes; firstly it accepts
       jobs from other hosts submitted by gspl-rpr(1), secondly it accepts
       jobs and administration requests from DOS and Windows machines, and
       finally it supports API operations.

       It is normally invoked by gspl-start(1).

       Information, in respect of other machines to connect to is read from
       the file gnuspool.hosts.

FILES

       gnuspool.hosts host/client names and descriptions

       gnuspool.conf master configuration file

       int-config message file

       spshed_reps error log file

       spufile0 user data

ENVIRONMENT

       SPOOLDIR
           alternative location for spool directory

       SPHELPDIR
           help files directory

INTERNET PORTS

       xtnetserv uses 2 ports:

               gsnetsrv

       (N.B. no second "e") to accept incoming jobs on TCP from gspl-rpr(1),
       and on UDP from the DOS/Windows interface, and 2 further ports

               gspoolapi

       to communicate with the API library.

       The port numbers are set up in the /etc/services file when GNUspool is
       first installed.

SEE ALSO

       gspl-rpr(1), gspl-start(1), gspl-stop(1), gnuspool.conf(5),
       gnuspool.hosts(5), spshed(8).

DIAGNOSTICS

       xtnetserv runs as a "daemon process" and diagnostics, apart from those
       detected when it is first started, are not usually written to any
       terminal but to the file spshed_reps in the spool directory.

       In the event of any problems this file should be examined.

COPYRIGHT

       Copyright (c) 2009 Free Software Foundation, Inc.  This is free
       software. You may redistribute copies of it under the terms of the GNU
       General Public License <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html>.  There
       is NO WARRANTY, to the extent permitted by law.

AUTHOR

       John M Collins, Xi Software Ltd.