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GOA-DAEMON(8) goa-daemon GOA-DAEMON(8)
goa-daemon - GNOME Online Accounts Daemon
goa-daemon [--help] [--replace]
The goa-daemon program provides the org.gnome.OnlineAccounts name on the session message bus. Users or administrators should never need to
start this daemon as it will be automatically started by dbus-daemon(1) whenever an application sends a D-Bus message to the
org.gnome.OnlineAccounts name on the session bus.
The goa-daemon program stores configuration in the $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/goa-1.0/accounts.conf (typically ~/.config/goa-1.0/accounts.conf) file.
The format of this file is private and 3rd party programs or libraries should never read it. This file does not contain any passwords or
See the XDG Base Directory Specification for more information about $XDG_CONFIG_HOME.
The goa-daemon program stores secrets (such as OAuth tokens) in GNOME Keyring. The format of the stored secrets is private and 3rd party
programs or libraries should never read, modify or delete these secrets.
Replace existing instance.
Show help options.
Written by David Zeuthen <email@example.com> with a lot of help from many others.
Please send bug reports to either the distribution bug tracker or the upstream bug tracker at
1. XDG Base Directory Specification
2. GNOME Keyring
April 2011 GOA-DAEMON(8)