Provided by: cereal_0.24-1.1_all
cereal - client program to attach to cereal session
cereal command [args]
cereal is the client program to attach to a running cereal session.
cereal takes various subcommands: attach SESSION Attach to (take control of) cereal session SESSION. This puts the user into a cereal console, provided by a command-restricted screen session. To detach from an attached session, use "C-\ d". For help on other available commands, use "C-\ ?". Cereal uses a limited instance of screen to provide the console. See screen(1) for more info on the available commands. `a' may be used in place of `attach'. follow [options] SESSION Follow (watch, without being able to intervene) a cereal session SESSION. The options are: -c [--cat] to cat log instead of follow; -p [--path] to output just the path to the log file and exit. `f' may be used in place of `follow'. list [SESSION]... List session(s). With no arguments, will list all sessions. The leading three characters in the list indicate: whether the session is running (+) or not (-) or in some unknown state (?), whether the user can attach to the session (a) or not (-), whether the user can follow the session (f) or not (-). If the session state is unknown (?), it's usually because the user asking for information about the session can't read the session stat file. `l' may be used in place of `list'. help Output a brief usage summary. `h' or `?' may be used in place of `help'.
Exit status is 0 if OK, 1 if minor problems, 2 if serious trouble.
Written by Jameson Rollins and Daniel Kahn Gillmor.
If the invoking user does not have read and execute access to the cereal session's supervise directory, `cereal list' may not always indicate that session's status accurately.
Report bugs to <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Copyright © 2007 Jameson Rollins and Daniel Kahn Gillmor 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.