mcpigdod(8) FreeBSD System Manager's Manual mcpigdod(8)

NAME

mcpigdodGarage door opener (GDO) server for FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi2

SYNOPSIS

mcpigdod [-c configuration_file] [-p pid_file] [-d]

DESCRIPTION

mcpigdod is the server portion of a garage door opener system for FreeBSD on Raspberry Pi2. Clients of mcpigdod include mcpigdoc(1) and mcpigdowatch(1) as well as mcpigdowww(1).
The following command line options are available:
-c configuration_file
Specify the configuration file. The default is /usr/local/etc/mcpigdod.conf. See mcpigdod.conf(5) for configuration file syntax.
-p pid_file
Specify the process ID (pid) file. mcpigdod will store its PID in this file at startup and remove the file on SIGTERM. The default is /var/run/mcpigdod.pid
-d
Run in the foreground and emit syslog messages on stderr.

FILES

/usr/local/etc/mcpigdod.conf
mcpigdod configuration file. Since the configuration is couple directly to the HAT hardware I developed, most of it should not be modified from what is included in the package. See mcpigdod.conf(5) for more information.
/usr/local/etc/mcpigdod/id_rsa
mcpigdod private key file, created with dwmauth(1). This file should be owned by root with permissions 0600. It must contain the private part of a 2048-bit RSA key pair.
/usr/local/etc/mcpigdod/id_rsa.pub
mcpigdod public key file, created with dwmauth(1). This file should be owned by root with permissions 0600. It must contain the public part of a 2048-bit RSA key pair.
/usr/local/etc/mcpigdod/authorized_keys
mcpigdod authorized keys file. This file contains a list of pulbic keys (one per line) that are permitted access to mcpigdod.

SEE ALSO

mcpigdod.conf(5), mcpigdoc(1), mcpigdowatch(1), dwmauth(1)

AUTHORS

Copyright (c) 2016 Daniel W. McRobb dwm@mcplex.net
 
July 18, 2016 FreeBSD 11.0-ALPHA5