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NAME

       op_server.pl - Proxy server for the Asterisk Flash Operator Panel

SYNOPSIS

       op_server.pl [options]

        Options:
          -?, --help
          -p, --pidfile
          -c, --confdir
          -l, --logdir
          -d, --daemon
          -v, --version
          -X, --debuglevel

OPTIONS

       --help  Print a brief help message and exits

       --pidfile
               Specify the pid file to use when running in daemon mode.
               Defaults to /var/run/op_panel.pid

       --confdir
               Specify where to look for the configuration files. If omited,
               it will look for them in the same directory where op_server.pl
               resides

       --logdir
               If specified, will write the log files to that directory. If
               not, it will output to STDOUT and STDERR

       --daemon
               Run the server in daemon mode, detaching itself from the
               console

       --version
               Display the version and exits

       --debuglevel
               Sets the debug level for the logs. It overrides the value
               inside op_server.cfg

DESCRIPTION

       This program is a proxy server for the Flash Operator Panel. It reads
       configuration files and updates the data to display on the panel.

FILES

       /etc/op-panel
               The configuration files of the operator panel daemon reside in
               that directory (may differ on other distributions). Those
               include:

       op_server.cfg
               The server's configuration file. See remarks in file for
               documentation.

       op_buttons.cfg
               Defines the layout of the operator panel, and also which phones
               to track.

       /var/log/op-panel/output.log
               The standard output of the daemon, including debugging prints
               and dumps.

       /var/log/op-panel/error.log
               The standard error of the daemon. Should normally be empty.



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