Provided by: xrdp_0.9.19-1_amd64 bug


       xrdp - a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) server


       xrdp --kill
       xrdp --help
       xrdp --version
       xrdp [--nodaemon] [--port port] [--fork] [--dump-config] [--config /path/to/xrdp.ini]


       xrdp is a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Server.
       Unlike  Windows  NT/2000/2003  server,  xrdp  will  not display a Windows desktop but an X
       window desktop to the user.

       It can also be used as a VNC->RDP bridge.


       -k, --kill
              Kill running xrdp daemon.

       -h, --help
              Output help information and exit.

       -v, --version
              Output version information and exit.

       -n, --nodaemon
              Start xrdp in foreground instead of starting it as a daemon.

       -p, --port
              Specify TCP port to listen to. This overrides port setting in xrdp.ini file.

       -f, --fork
              Fork a new process on a new connection. If not enabled, use a new thread for  every
              connection. This overrides fork setting in xrdp.ini file.

              Print  the  configuration on stdout before starting the daemon.  The default is not
              to do this.

       -c, --config
              Specify a path to a different xrdp.ini file. This option is  intended  to  be  used
              primarily for testing or for unusual configurations.




       Jay Sorg <>
       Simone Fedele <>


       xrdp.ini(5), sesman(8), sesman.ini(5), sesrun(8)

       for more info on xrdp see ⟨