|-h | --help|
|A help message is printed giving a brief description of the usage of the program.|
|The version number of the program is printed.|
|The configuration for the program is stored in a configuration file wwwoffle.conf(5). This argument specifies to the program the name of that file. Sending a HUP signal to the daemon will cause this config file to be re-read.|
|Do not detach from the terminal when starting and report error messages on standard error. The log-level is a number from 0 (for no output on stderr) to 6 (for full debugging output on stderr). If this is not specified then the log-level in the config file is used.|
|Detach from the terminal but write to a log file what would have been written to stderr if the -d option had been used. Defaults to using a log level of 4, but using the -d option can change this (but it will still detach). Sending a HUP signal to the daemon will cause this log file to be closed and re-opened.|
|-f||Start the daemon in debugging mode (implies -d and overrides -l) and when the first HTTP request comes in handle it without creating a child process and then exit.|
Print the pid of the daemon process on stdout. This option is ignored if the
-d or -f options are used.
/etc/wwwoffle/wwwoffle.conf The wwwoffle.conf(5) configuration file.
Andrew M. Bishop 1996,97,98,99,2000,01,02,03,04,05 (email@example.com)
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