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<?xml version="1.0"?><!--*-nxml-*-->
<!DOCTYPE manpage SYSTEM "xmltoman.dtd">
<?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="xmltoman.xsl" ?>

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  <manpage name="avahi-bookmarks" section="1" desc="Web service showing mDNS/DNS-SD announced HTTP services using the Avahi daemon">

	<synopsis>
      <cmd>avahi-bookmarks</cmd>
	</synopsis>

    <description>
      <p>A web service for listing HTTP services that are announced
      via mDNS/DNS-SD using the Avahi daemon. avahi-bookmarks opens a
      TCP socket on port 8080 and waits for incoming HTTP connections
      returning a dynamic web site containing links to all services of
      type _http._tcp on the LAN. Point your browser to
      http://localhost:8080/ to make use of avahi-bookmarks.</p>

	</description>

    <options>
      <option>
        <p><opt>-p | --port=</opt> <arg>PORT</arg></p>
        <optdesc><p>Specify a TCP port number to listen on. If omitted defaults to 8080.</p></optdesc>
      </option>

      <option>
        <p><opt>-a | --address=</opt> <arg>address</arg></p>
        <optdesc><p>Specify an IP address to listen on. If omitted defaults to 127.0.0.1. Specify 0.0.0.0 if you want to allow remote access.</p></optdesc>
      </option>

      <option>
        <p><opt>-H | --host-names</opt></p>
        <optdesc><p>Create links pointing to mDNS host names instead
        of resolved IP addreses. This is only compatible with your
        browser if you run some kind of local NSS module to resolve
        mDNS host names (e.g. nss-mdns). If both -A and -H are ommited
        avahi-bookmarks detects whether NSS support is available
        locally. This option conflicts with -A.</p></optdesc>
      </option>

      <option>
        <p><opt>-A | --addresses</opt></p>
        <optdesc><p>Create links pointing to numeric IP addresses
        instead of mDNS host names. This will break access to hosts
        running virtual servers. If both -A and -H are ommited
        avahi-bookmarks detects whether NSS support is available
        locally. This option conflicts with -H.</p></optdesc>
      </option>


      <option>
        <p><opt>-d | --domain</opt>=<arg>DOMAIN</arg></p>
        <optdesc><p>The domain to browse for services in.</p></optdesc>
      </option>

	  <option>
		<p><opt>-h | --help</opt></p>
		<optdesc><p>Show help</p></optdesc>
	  </option>

    </options>

	<section name="Authors">
	  <p>The Avahi Developers &lt;@PACKAGE_BUGREPORT@&gt;; Avahi is
	  available from <url href="@PACKAGE_URL@"/></p>
	</section>

	<section name="See also">
	  <p>
        <manref name="avahi-browse" section="1"/>, <manref name="avahi-daemon" section="8"/>
	  </p>
	</section>

	<section name="Comments">
	  <p>This man page was written using <manref name="xml2man" section="1"
		  href="http://masqmail.cx/xml2man/"/> by Oliver Kurth.</p>
	</section>

  </manpage>