XSPICE(1)							   User Commands							 XSPICE(1)

Xspice - X server and SPICE server DESCRIPTION
usage: Xspice [Xspice and Xorg options intermixed] example usage: Xspice --port 5900 --disable-ticketing :1.0 optional arguments: -h, --help show this help message and exit --xorg XORG --config CONFIG --port PORT standard spice port --tls-port TLS_PORT spice tls port --disable-ticketing do not require a client password --sasl enable sasl --x509-dir X509_DIR x509 directory for tls --cacert-file CACERT_FILE ca certificate file for tls --x509-cert-file X509_CERT_FILE server certificate file for tls --x509-key-file X509_KEY_FILE server key file for tls --x509-key-password X509_KEY_PASSWORD key file password for tls --tls-ciphers TLS_CIPHERS --dh-file DH_FILE --password PASSWORD set password required to connect to server --image-compression {off,auto_glz,auto_lz,quic,glz,lz} auto_glz by default --jpeg-wan-compression {auto,never,always} auto by default --zlib-glz-wan-compression {auto,never,always} auto by default --streaming-video {off,all,filter} filter by default --ipv4-only --ipv6-only Any options not parsed by Xspice get passed to Xorg as is. SEE ALSO
Spice related documents can be found at http://www.spice-space.org/documentation.html This manual page was generated with help2man by Liang Guo <bluestonechina@gmail.com>, for the Debian project (and may be used by others). Xspice April 2012 XSPICE(1)

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