|Contains parameters which control how guacd behaves as a server, from a network perspective.|
|Parameters which configure how guacd behaves as a daemon, such as what file should contain the PID, if any.|
|[ssl]||Parameters which control the SSL support of guacd, such as the certificate and private key used for encryption of the Guacamole protocol. This section and its parameters are only valid if guacd was built with SSL support.|
|Parameters within sections are written as a parameter name, followed by an equals sign, followed by the parameter value, all on one line. Comments may be placed anywhere, and consist of arbitrary text following a # symbol until end-of-line:|
|name = value # Some arbitrary comment text|
|Beware that it is the combination of the section name with the parameter name that makes up the fully qualified name of a parameter. Each parameter absolutely must be placed only within its proper section, or guacd.conf will fail to be parsed, and guacd will not start.|
|If special characters need to be placed within a parameter value, such as whitespace, #, ", or \, the entire value must be enclosed in double quotes, and each occurrence of " or \ within the value must be escaped with backslashes:|
|name = "quoted # value \\ with \" special characters"|
bind_host = HOSTNAME Requires guacd to bind to a specific host when listening for connections. By default, guacd will bind to localhost only. bind_port = PORT Requires guacd to bind to a specific port when listening for connections. By default, guacd will bind to port 4822.
log_level = LEVEL Sets the maximum level at which guacd will log messages to syslog and, if running in the foreground, the console. Legal values are debug, info, warning, and error. The default value is info. pid_file = FILE Causes guacd to write its PID to the specified file upon startup. Note that guacd must have sufficient privileges to create or write this file, or it will fail to start. This parameter is typically needed for startup scripts, such that the script can report on the status of guacd and kill it if necessary.
If guacd was built with SSL support, then connections between the web application and guacd can be encrypted if an SSL certificate and key file are given.
When using a chain of certificates, you must append the additional certificates to your server certificate. This can be done easily with the standard cat command. Beware that the certificate for guacd must be the first certificate in the file.
server_certificate = CERTIFICATE FILE Enables SSL/TLS using the given cerficiate file. Future connections to guacd will require SSL/TLS enabled in the client (the web application). server_key = KEY FILE Enables SSL/TLS using the given private key file. Future connections to guacd will require SSL/TLS enabled in the client (the web application).
# # guacd.conf example #
pid_file = /var/run/guacd.pid
bind_host = localhost bind_port = 4822
server_certificate = /usr/local/etc/ssl/certs/guacd.crt server_key = /usr/local/etc/ssl/private/guacd.key
Written by Michael Jumper <email@example.com>
|version 0.9.9||GUACD.CONF (5)||15 Dec 2015|