xrdp man page

xrdp — a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) server

Syntax

xrdp [ --nodaemon | --kill | --help ]

Description

xrdp is a Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) Server.
Unlike Windows NT/2000/2003 server, xrdp will not display a Windows desktop but an X window desktop to the user.

It can also be used as a VNC->RDP bridge.

Options

-n, --nodaemon

Start xrdp in foreground instead of starting it as a daemon.

-k, --kill

Kill running xrdp daemon.

-h, --help

Output help information and exit.

-p, --port

Specify TCP port to listen to. This overrides port setting in xrdp.ini file.

-f, --fork

Fork a new process on a new connection. If not enabled, use a new thread for every connection. This overrides fork setting in xrdp.ini file.

Files

/usr/bin/xrdp
/etc/xrdp/xrdp.ini
/var/log/xrdp.log
/var/run/xrdp.pid

Authors

Jay Sorg <jsorg71@users.sourceforge.net>
Simone Fedele <ilsimo@users.sourceforge.net>

See Also

xrdp.ini(5), sesman(8), sesman.ini(5), sesrun(8)

for more info on xrdp see http://www.xrdp.org/

Referenced By

sesman.ini(5), xrdp-chansrv(8), xrdp-dis(1), xrdp-genkeymap(8), xrdp.ini(5), xrdp-keygen(8), xrdp-sesadmin(8), xrdp-sesman(8), xrdp-sesrun(8).

0.9.2 xrdp team