|JAMEICA(1)||General Commands Manual||JAMEICA(1)|
jameica - run-time system for Java application
jameica is a runtime environment for Java applications, which are implemented as plugins.
A summary of the options supported by jameica is included below.
- -c, --client
- Start jameica in client mode (with user interface).
- -d, --server
- Start jameica in server mode (without user interface).
- -f, --file [dir]
- Use dir as user directory.
- -h, --help
- Show a german help text.
- -l, --ignore-lock
- Ignore existing lock files.
- -n, --noninteractive
- Detach jameica from the terminal. This option is ignored in client mode.
- -o, --force-password
- Ignore the master password specified via the command line interface.
- -p, --password [pw]
- Use pw as master password.
- -s, --standalone
- Start jameica in standalone mode with user interface (default)
- -u, --username [user]
- Use user as username.
- -w, --passwordfile [file]
- Read master password from file.
jameica was written by Olaf Willuhn <email@example.com>.
This manual page was written by Sebastian Reichel <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others).
|May 22, 2018|