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- -n <fd>
FD to notify readiness on. A single newline will be written and the fd closed when seatd is ready to serve requests. This is compatible with s6's notification protocol.
- -u <user>
User to own the seatd socket.
- -g <group>
Group to own the seatd socket.
- -l <loglevel>
Log-level to use. Must be one of debug, info, error or silent. Defaults to error.
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seatd provides central seat management, mediating access to shared resources such as displays and input devices in a multi-session, multi-seat environment.
seatd operates over a UNIX domain socket, with libseat providing the client-side of the protocol.
The location of the socket for seatd is set at compile-time.
If set to "0", the seat will not be bound to a VT.
The libseat library, <libseat.h>, seatd-launch(1)
Maintained by Kenny Levinsen <firstname.lastname@example.org>, who is assisted by other open-source contributors. For more information about seatd development, see https://sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/seatd.