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drawterm - connect to Plan 9 CPU servers from other operating systems
drawterm [-d] [-a authserver] [-c cpuserver] [-e encription_hash_algs] [-k keyspec] [-s
secstoreserver] [-u username] [-C command args ...]
drawterm is not a Plan 9 program. It is a program that users of non-Plan 9 systems can
use to establish graphical cpu(1) connections with Plan 9 CPU servers. Just as a real
Plan 9 terminal does, a drawterm serves its local name space as well as some devices (the
keyboard, mouse, and screen) to a remote CPU server, which mounts this name space on
/mnt/term and starts a shell. Typically, either explicitly or via the profile, one uses
the shell to start rio(1).
By default, drawterm uses the CPU server $cpu or cpu, and the authentication server $auth
This program follows the syntax of the cpu(1) Plan 9 command.
A summary of options is included below.
-h Show summary of options.
-a Specifies the authentication server to use. If not present uses the $auth
environment variable, if present, or tries with a host name of auth.
-c Specifies the cpu server to use. If not present uses the $cpu environment variable,
if present, or tries with a host name of cpu.
-u Specifies the username to authenticate with. If not present uses the $USER
environment variable, if present, or asks interactively for an username.
-s Specifies the secstore server to use.
-C Specifies a command to be executed remotely.
-e,-k Allow for selecting the hash algorithm and keys used, they have the same meaning as
In Plan 9 distributions, /sys/src/cmd/unix/drawterm.
Drawterm prints most diagnostics in its own window.
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