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4.7 Parameters for shishid

If no parameters are specified, ‘shishid’ listens on the defaults interfaces and answers incoming requests using the keys in the default key file.

Mandatory arguments to long options are mandatory for short options too.

     Usage: shishid [OPTIONS]...
     
       -h, --help                    Print help and exit
       -V, --version                 Print version and exit
     
     Commands:
       -l, --listen=[FAMILY:]ADDR:PORT/TYPE
                                     Sockets to listen for queries on.  Family is
                                       `IPv4' or `IPv6', if absent the family is
                                       decided by gethostbyname(ADDR). An address of
                                       `*' indicates all addresses on the local
                                       host. The default is `*:kerberos/udp,
                                       *:kerberos/tcp'.
       -u, --setuid=NAME             After binding socket, set user identity.
     
     TLS settings:
           --no-tls                  Disable TLS support  (default=off)
           --x509cafile=FILE         X.509 certificate authorities used to verify
                                       client certificates, in PEM format.
           --x509certfile=FILE       X.509 server certificate, in PEM format.
           --x509crlfile=FILE        X.509 certificate revocation list to check for
                                       revoked client certificates, in PEM format.
           --x509keyfile=FILE        X.509 server certificate key, in PEM format.
           --resume-limit=SHORT      Keep track of up to this many TLS sessions for
                                       resume purposes (0 to disable TLS resume).
                                       (default=`50')
     
     Other options:
       -c, --configuration-file=FILE Use specified configuration file.
       -v, --verbose                 Produce verbose output.
                                       Use multiple times to increase amount of
                                       information.
       -q, --quiet                   Don't produce any diagnostic output.
                                         (default=off)