sat [stop | debug | fg | status]
sat is Salut à Toi's core program. It is used to launch and stop Salut à Toi's backend, which must be running in order to use any of the frontends; note that you don't have to run sat manually, it will be started whenever you launch one of the frontends.
When invoked without argument, the backend is launched in background. You can also call it with the following arguments:
- stop to stop the backend
- debug to start the backend in a debugger
- fg to start the backend in foreground
status to check whether or not the backend is running
All of the frontends support commands starting with a slash, which are interpreted by the backend. To get the list of these commands, just type /help in any chat window.
debug, info, warning, error or critical
(the default level is info)
Please refer to the following web page, that links resources such as the project's official XMPP chat room, mailing lists, bug tracker and online documentation:
Salut à Toi's Community Page
AUTHORS AND COPYING
Salut à Toi was written by Jérôme Poisson <[email protected]>.
This man page was created by Matteo Cypriani <[email protected]> for the Debian distribution (2013). It is released under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license (CC-By-SA 3.0).