LINC(1)


NAME

linc - linc is not Cyberoam

SYNOPSIS

linc [-h] [-v] [-d]

DESCRIPTION

linc is a free multiplatform client for Cyberoam and 24online. Cyberoam is an employee internet management system for corporate networks. 24online is a subscriber management system for broadband ISPs.
If run without any options, linc will background itself and detach from its controlling terminal. Suspend/resume and termination of the daemon is controlled by means of signals.

OPTIONS

-h
Show a brief usage text and exit
-v
Display version information and exit
-d
Run in debug mode. In this mode, the program will run in the foreground and log all messages to stderr.

DIAGNOSTICS

Messages are sent to the syslog daemon using facility LOG_DAEMON. In order to see the error and debug messages, you will need to edit your /etc/syslog.conf file to direct the messages to the desired output device or file.

NOTES

The following signals have the specified effect when sent to linc.
SIGINT, SIGTERM
These signals cause linc to log out of the current session and exit.
SIGUSR1
This signal causes linc to login and resume normal operation when in suspend mode.
SIGUSR2
This signal causes linc to enter log out of the current session and enter suspend mode. In suspend mode, no communication is attempted with the server.

FILES

/etc/lincrc
The system wide configuration file. This will be overridden by the per user configuration file if it exists for the current user. See lincrc(5) for further details.
~/.lincrc
Per user configuration file. If this file exists, it will override the system configuration file.

AUTHORS

Mayur R. Naik <mrnk@users.sf.net>

BUGS

As of this release, it is possible for multiple linc processes to be running on a host, when only one process is needed to authenticate all traffic from this host.

SEE ALSO

lincrc(5)

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