gvfsd - Main daemon for gvfs


   gvfsd [OPTION...]


   gvfsd is the main daemon for the gvfs virtual filesystem. It provides
   the org.gtk.vfs.Daemon name on the session bus. gvfsd is autostarted by
   GIO clients if it is not running.

   The primary task of gvfsd is to act as a mount tracker/manager. It
   spawns new backends when requested and keeps track fo their lifecycle,
   maintaining a list of active mounts and creates direct connections to

   Since gvfs backends are running as children of the gvfsd process, it is
   possible to start gvfsd in a terminal and set environment variables to
   get debug output from individual backends.

   gvfsd also starts the gvfsd-fuse(1), and provides it the mount point
   where the fuse file system should be mounted.


   -h, --help
       Prints a short help text and exits.

       Shows the version number and exits.

   -r, --replace
       Replace the currently running gvfsd instance.

       Don't start the fuse filesystem.

   -d, --debug
       Enable debug output.


       If this environment variable is set, gvfsd will not start the fuse


   On success 0 is returned, a non-zero failure code otherwise.


   gvfs(8), gvfsd-fuse(1)

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