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guacd - Guacamole proxy daemon
guacd [-b HOST] [-l PORT] [-p PID FILE] [-C CERTIFICATE FILE] [-K KEY FILE] [-f]
-b HOST Changes the host or address that guacd listens on. -l PORT Changes the port that guacd listens on (the default is port 4822). -p FILE Causes guacd to write the PID of the daemon process to the specified file. This is useful for init scripts and is used by the provided init script. -f Causes guacd to run in the foreground, rather than automatically forking into the background.
If libssl was present at the time guacd was compiled, it will contain SSL/TLS support, and connections between the web application and guacd can be encrypted if a certificate file is given. -C CERTIFICATE FILE Enables SSL/TLS using the given cerficiate file. Future connections to this instance of guacd will require SSL/TLS enabled in the client (the web application). If this option is not given, communication with guacd must be unencrypted. -K KEY FILE Enables SSL/TLS using the given private key file. Future connections to this instance of guacd will require SSL/TLS enabled in the client (the web application). If this option is not given, communication with guacd must be unencrypted.
Written by Michael Jumper <email@example.com>