This is a multi purpose router and database daemon for qaul.net. It handles network driver and user state as a detached process, and allows both http and unix ipc clients to connect to it.
It doesn't come with it's own user interface, which means you will
have to build one separately and configure it to connect to your
Because all networking is done in userspace, no root access is required.
In order for
qaul-hubd to work properly it will have to run in the
background to handle incoming and outgoing network connections. It's
recommended to launch it via a user systemd unit.
[Unit] Description=qaul.net hub daemon After=network.target [Service] Type=simple ExecStart=$HOME/bin/qaul-hubd <your parameters here>
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Now you can reload the daemon and start the unit.
$ systemctl daemon-reload --user $ systemctl enable --user qaul-hubd.service $ systemctl start --user qaul-hubd.service
Following is a list of qaul-hubd configuration values. Those marked
* are mandatory. Commandline arguments take precedence over
|ENV variable||Runtime argument||Description|
|-P / --peers [PATH]||Specify the path to a peer file, containing a newline-separated list of peers to connect to|
|-p / --port [PORT]||Specify a tcp port to which qaul-hubd should bind itself to listen for incoming network traffic|
|HUBD_UDP_DISCOVERY=0||--no-udp-discover||Prevent qaul-hubd from registering a multicast address to find other clients on the same network. Some networks may forbid this, or cause performance issues.|
|HUBD_SETUP_UPNP=0||--no-upnp||Disable automatic UPNP port forwarding. Some networks may forbid this, or cause performance issues.|
|HUBD_RUN_MODE=[MODE]||-m / --mode [MODE]||Specify the peering mode of this hub. Possible values: "static", "dynamic"|
|HUBD_ADDR=[ADDR]||-a / --addr [ADDR]||A valid address to bind to. Must be a valid ip address format.|