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  flexvdi-client [OPTION…] [Spice URI]

flexVDI Client is a Virtual Desktop client for flexVDI platforms. It can also be used as a generic Spice client providing a Spice URI on the command line.

Help Options:
  -?, --help                                                         Show help options
  --help-all                                                         Show all help options
  --help-gapplication                                                Show GApplication options
  --help-gtk                                                         Show GTK+ Options
  --help-gst                                                         Show GStreamer Options
  --help-device                                                      Show device options
  --help-session                                                     Show session options

GApplication options
  --gapplication-service                                             Enter GApplication service mode (use from D-Bus service files)

GTK+ Options
  --class=CLASS                                                      Program class as used by the window manager
  --name=NAME                                                        Program name as used by the window manager
  --gdk-debug=FLAGS                                                  GDK debugging flags to set
  --gdk-no-debug=FLAGS                                               GDK debugging flags to unset
  --gtk-module=MODULES                                               Load additional GTK+ modules
  --g-fatal-warnings                                                 Make all warnings fatal
  --gtk-debug=FLAGS                                                  GTK+ debugging flags to set
  --gtk-no-debug=FLAGS                                               GTK+ debugging flags to unset

GStreamer Options
  --gst-version                                                      Print the GStreamer version
  --gst-fatal-warnings                                               Make all warnings fatal
  --gst-debug-help                                                   Print available debug categories and exit
  --gst-debug-level=LEVEL                                            Default debug level from 1 (only error) to 9 (anything) or 0 for no output
  --gst-debug=LIST                                                   Comma-separated list of category_name:level pairs to set specific levels for the individual categories. Example: GST_AUTOPLUG:5,GST_ELEMENT_*:3
  --gst-debug-no-color                                               Disable colored debugging output
  --gst-debug-color-mode                                             Changes coloring mode of the debug log. Possible modes: off, on, disable, auto, unix
  --gst-debug-disable                                                Disable debugging
  --gst-plugin-spew                                                  Enable verbose plugin loading diagnostics
  --gst-plugin-path=PATHS                                            Colon-separated paths containing plugins
  --gst-plugin-load=PLUGINS                                          Comma-separated list of plugins to preload in addition to the list stored in environment variable GST_PLUGIN_PATH
  --gst-disable-segtrap                                              Disable trapping of segmentation faults during plugin loading
  --gst-disable-registry-update                                      Disable updating the registry
  --gst-disable-registry-fork                                        Disable spawning a helper process while scanning the registry

Device options
  --usbredir-auto-redirect-filter=<filter-string>                    Filter selecting USB devices to be auto-redirected when plugged in
  --usbredir-redirect-on-connect=<filter-string>                     Filter selecting USB devices to redirect on connect
  --flexvdi-serial-port=<device,speed,mode>                          Add serial port redirection. Can appear multiple times. Example: /dev/ttyS0,9600,8N1
  -P, --share-printer=<printer_name>                                 Share a client's printer with the virtual desktop. Can appear multiple times

Session options
  --proxy-uri=<uri>                                                  Use this URI to connect through a proxy server (default use system settings)
  -f, --fullscreen                                                   Show desktop in fullscreen mode
  --inactivity-timeout=<seconds>                                     Close the client after a certain time of inactivity
  --flexvdi-disable-printing                                         Disable printing support
  --auto-clipboard                                                   Automatically share clipboard between guest and client
  --auto-usbredir                                                    Automatically redirect newly connected USB devices
  --grab-mouse                                                       Grab mouse in server mode
  --grab-sequence                                                    Key sequence to release mouse grab (default Shift_L+F12)
  --resize-guest                                                     Resize guest display to match window size
  --disable-power-actions                                            Disable reset/poweroff guest actions
  --disable-usbredir                                                 Disable USB device redirection
  --preferred-compression=<auto-glz,auto-lz,quic,glz,lz,lz4,off>     Preferred image compression algorithm
  --shared-folder                                                    Shared directory with the guest
  --shared-folder-ro                                                 Shared directory with the guest is readonly
  --toolbar-edge=<top,bottom,left,right>                             Window edge where toolbar is shown (default top)

Application Options:
  -h, --host=<hostname or IP>                                        Connection host address
  -p, --port=<port number>                                           Connection port (default 443)
  --proxy-uri=<uri>                                                  Use this URI to connect through a proxy server (default use system settings)
  -u, --username=<user name>                                         User name
  -w, --password=<password>                                          Password
  -d, --desktop=<desktop name>                                       Desktop name to connect to
   --terminal-id=<terminal ID>                                        Use a given Terminal ID instead of calculating it automatically
  --kiosk                                                            Enable kiosk mode
  -v, --log-level=<[domain:]level,...>                               Log level for each domain, or for all messages if domain is ommited. 0 = ERROR, 5 = DEBUG
  -V, --version                                                      Show version and exit
  -c, --config-file=<file name>                                      Alternative configuration file name
  --display=DISPLAY                                                  X display to use