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       landscape-client - Landscape system client


       landscape-client [options]


       The  landscape-client  is the client program for the landscape system management software.
       The client is responsible for communicating system information to the landscape server and
       executing remote management commands on the system.


              Show program's version number and exit.

       -h, --help
              Show this help message and exit.

       -c FILE, --config=FILE
              Use  config  from  this  file  (any command line options override settings from the
              file). (default:

       -d PATH, --data-path=PATH
              The directory to store data files in (default:

       -q, --quiet
              Do not log to the standard output.

       -l FILE, --log-dir=FILE
              The directory to write log files to (default:

              One of debug, info, warning, error or critical.

       -u URL, --url=URL
              The server URL to connect to.

              The URL to perform lightweight exchange initiation with.

       -k SSL_PUBLIC_KEY, --ssl-public-key=SSL_PUBLIC_KEY
              The public SSL key to verify the server. Only used  if  the  given  server  URL  is

              Ignore interrupt signals.

              Ignore SIGUSR1 signal to rotate logs.

              Fork and run in the background.

              The file to write the PID to.

              Don't enable management features. This is useful if you want to run the client as a
              non-root user.


       To run the client in the foreground, with all logging data printed to standard I/O:


       To run the client in the background with a particular configuration file:

         landscape-client --config=my.conf --daemon

       To run the client in the foreground, with a configuration file,  but  overriding  the  bus

         landscape-client --config=my.conf --bus=session

       If  you  want  to run the client in non-root mode, please use --monitor-only (or add it to
       the config file as monitor_only = True) and add the  user  you  want  to  run  as  to  the
       /etc/default/landscape-client file:



       landscape-config (1)


       Landscape Development Team <>

                                           10 July 2014                       landscape-client(1)