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		   -*- mode: org; coding: utf-8 -*-

		    Mandos Server D-Bus Interface

This file documents the D-Bus interface to the Mandos server.

* Bus: System bus
  Bus name: "se.recompile.Mandos"


* Object Paths:
  
  | Path                  | Object            |
  |-----------------------+-------------------|
  | "/"                   | The Mandos Server |

  (To get a list of paths to client objects, use the standard D-Bus
  org.freedesktop.DBus.ObjectManager interface, which the server
  object supports.)


* Mandos Server Interface:
  Interface name: "se.recompile.Mandos"
  
** Methods:
*** RemoveClient(o: ObjectPath)  nothing
    Removes a client
   
** Signals:
*** ClientNotFound(s: KeyID, s: Address)
    A client connected from Address using KeyID, but was
    rejected because it was not found in the server.  The key ID
    is represented as a string of hexadecimal digits.  The address is
    an IPv4 or IPv6 address in its normal string format.


* Mandos Client Interface:
  Interface name: "se.recompile.Mandos.Client"
  
** Methods
*** Approve(b: Approve)  nothing
    Approve or deny a connected client waiting for approval.  If
    denied, a client will not be sent its secret.
    
*** CheckedOK()  nothing
    Assert that this client has been checked and found to be alive.
    This will restart the timeout before disabling this client.  See
    also the "LastCheckedOK" property.

** Properties
   
   Note: Many of these properties directly correspond to a setting in
   "clients.conf", in which case they are fully documented in
   mandos-clients.conf(5).
   
   | Name                    | Type | Access     | clients.conf        |
   |-------------------------+------+------------+---------------------|
   | ApprovedByDefault       | b    | Read/Write | approved_by_default |
   | ApprovalDelay (a)       | t    | Read/Write | approval_delay      |
   | ApprovalDuration (a)    | t    | Read/Write | approval_duration   |
   | ApprovalPending (b)     | b    | Read       | N/A                 |
   | Checker                 | s    | Read/Write | checker             |
   | CheckerRunning (c)      | b    | Read/Write | N/A                 |
   | Created (d)             | s    | Read       | N/A                 |
   | Enabled (e)             | b    | Read/Write | N/A                 |
   | Expires (f)             | s    | Read       | N/A                 |
   | ExtendedTimeout (a)     | t    | Read/Write | extended_timeout    |
   | Fingerprint             | s    | Read       | fingerprint         |
   | KeyID                   | s    | Read       | key_id              |
   | Host                    | s    | Read/Write | host                |
   | Interval (a)            | t    | Read/Write | interval            |
   | LastApprovalRequest (g) | s    | Read       | N/A                 |
   | LastCheckedOK (h)       | s    | Read/Write | N/A                 |
   | LastCheckerStatus (i)   | n    | Read       | N/A                 |
   | LastEnabled (j)         | s    | Read       | N/A                 |
   | Name                    | s    | Read       | (Section name)      |
   | Secret (k)              | ay   | Write      | secret (or secfile) |
   | Timeout (a)             | t    | Read/Write | timeout             |
   
   a) Represented as milliseconds.
   
   b) An approval is currently pending.
   
   c) Changing this property can either start a new checker or abort a
      running one.
   
   d) The creation time of this client object, as an RFC 3339 string.
   
   e) Changing this property enables or disables a client.
   
   f) The date and time this client will be disabled, as an RFC 3339
      string, or an empty string if this is not scheduled.
   
   g) The date and time of the last approval request, as an RFC 3339
      string, or an empty string if this has not happened.
   
   h) The date and time a checker was last successful, as an RFC 3339
      string, or an empty string if this has not happened.  Setting
      this property is equivalent to calling CheckedOK(), i.e. the
      current time is set, regardless of the string sent.  Please
      always use an empty string when setting this property, to allow
      for possible future expansion.
   
   i) The exit status of the last checker, -1 if it did not exit
      cleanly, -2 if a checker has not yet returned.
   
   j) The date and time this client was last enabled, as an RFC 3339
      string, or an empty string if this has not happened.
   
   k) A raw byte array, not hexadecimal digits.

** Signals
*** CheckerCompleted(n: Exitcode, x: Waitstatus, s: Command)
    A checker (Command) has completed.  Exitcode is either the exit
    code or -1 for abnormal exit.  In any case, the full Waitstatus
    (as from wait(2)) is also available.
    
*** CheckerStarted(s: Command)
    A checker command (Command) has just been started.
    
*** GotSecret()
    This client has been sent its secret.
    
*** NeedApproval(t: Timeout, b: ApprovedByDefault)
    This client will be approved or denied in exactly Timeout
    milliseconds, depending on ApprovedByDefault.  Approve() can now
    usefully be called on this client object.
    
*** Rejected(s: Reason)
    This client was not given its secret for a specified Reason.

* Copyright

    Copyright © 2010-2019 Teddy Hogeborn
    Copyright © 2010-2019 Björn Påhlsson
  
** License:

   This file is part of Mandos.

   Mandos is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it
   under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
   the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or
   (at your option) any later version.

   Mandos is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
   WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
   MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.  See the GNU
   General Public License for more details.

   You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
   along with Mandos.  If not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/>.


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