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#!/usr/bin/env perl
#
# Copyright (C) 2009-2010 D. R. Commander. All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright (C) 2005-2006 Sun Microsystems, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright (C) 2002-2003 Constantin Kaplinsky. All Rights Reserved.
# Copyright (C) 2002-2005 RealVNC Ltd.
# Copyright (C) 1999 AT&T Laboratories Cambridge. All Rights Reserved.
#
# This 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 2 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# This software 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 this software; if not, write to the Free Software
# Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place - Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307,
# USA.
#
#
# vncserver - wrapper script to start an X VNC server.
#
# First make sure we're operating in a sane environment.
$exedir = "";
$slashndx = rindex($0, "/");
if($slashndx>=0) {
$exedir = substr($0, 0, $slashndx+1);
}
$vncClasses = "";
&SanityCheck();
#
# Global variables. You may want to configure some of these for
# your site
#
$geometry = "1024x768";
#$depth = 16;
$vncJavaFiles = (((-d "$vncClasses") && "$vncClasses") ||
((-d "/usr/share/vnc/classes") && "/usr/share/vnc/classes") ||
((-d "/usr/local/vnc/classes") && "/usr/local/vnc/classes"));
$vncUserDir = "$ENV{HOME}/.vnc";
$vncUserConfig = "$vncUserDir/config";
$vncSystemConfigDir = "/etc/tigervnc";
$vncSystemConfigDefaultsFile = "$vncSystemConfigDir/vncserver-config-defaults";
$vncSystemConfigMandatoryFile = "$vncSystemConfigDir/vncserver-config-mandatory";
$skipxstartup = 0;
$xauthorityFile = "$ENV{XAUTHORITY}" || "$ENV{HOME}/.Xauthority";
$xstartupFile = $vncUserDir . "/xstartup";
$defaultXStartup
= ("#!/bin/sh\n\n".
"unset SESSION_MANAGER\n".
"unset DBUS_SESSION_BUS_ADDRESS\n".
"OS=`uname -s`\n".
"if [ \$OS = 'Linux' ]; then\n".
" case \"\$WINDOWMANAGER\" in\n".
" \*gnome\*)\n".
" if [ -e /etc/SuSE-release ]; then\n".
" PATH=\$PATH:/opt/gnome/bin\n".
" export PATH\n".
" fi\n".
" ;;\n".
" esac\n".
"fi\n".
"if [ -x /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc ]; then\n".
" exec /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc\n".
"fi\n".
"if [ -f /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc ]; then\n".
" exec sh /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc\n".
"fi\n".
"[ -r \$HOME/.Xresources ] && xrdb \$HOME/.Xresources\n".
"xsetroot -solid grey\n".
"xterm -geometry 80x24+10+10 -ls -title \"\$VNCDESKTOP Desktop\" &\n".
"twm &\n");
$defaultConfig
= ("## Supported server options to pass to vncserver upon invocation can be listed\n".
"## in this file. See the following manpages for more: vncserver(1) Xvnc(1).\n".
"## Several common ones are shown below. Uncomment and modify to your liking.\n".
"##\n".
"# securitytypes=vncauth,tlsvnc\n".
"# desktop=sandbox\n".
"# geometry=2000x1200\n".
"# localhost\n".
"# alwaysshared\n");
chop($host = `uname -n`);
if (-d "/etc/X11/fontpath.d") {
$fontPath = "catalogue:/etc/X11/fontpath.d";
}
@fontpaths = ('/usr/share/X11/fonts', '/usr/share/fonts', '/usr/share/fonts/X11/');
if (! -l "/usr/lib/X11") {push(@fontpaths, '/usr/lib/X11/fonts');}
if (! -l "/usr/X11") {push(@fontpaths, '/usr/X11/lib/X11/fonts');}
if (! -l "/usr/X11R6") {push(@fontpaths, '/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts');}
push(@fontpaths, '/usr/share/fonts/default');
@fonttypes = ('misc',
'75dpi',
'100dpi',
'Speedo',
'Type1');
foreach $_fpath (@fontpaths) {
foreach $_ftype (@fonttypes) {
if (-f "$_fpath/$_ftype/fonts.dir") {
if (! -l "$_fpath/$_ftype") {
$defFontPath .= "$_fpath/$_ftype,";
}
}
}
}
if ($defFontPath) {
if (substr($defFontPath, -1, 1) == ',') {
chop $defFontPath;
}
}
if ($fontPath eq "") {
$fontPath = $defFontPath;
}
# Check command line options
&ParseOptions("-geometry",1,"-depth",1,"-pixelformat",1,"-name",1,"-kill",1,
"-help",0,"-h",0,"--help",0,"-fp",1,"-list",0,"-fg",0,"-autokill",0,"-noxstartup",0,"-xstartup",1);
&Usage() if ($opt{'-help'} || $opt{'-h'} || $opt{'--help'});
&Kill() if ($opt{'-kill'});
&List() if ($opt{'-list'});
# Uncomment this line if you want default geometry, depth and pixelformat
# to match the current X display:
# &GetXDisplayDefaults();
if ($opt{'-geometry'}) {
$geometry = $opt{'-geometry'};
}
if ($opt{'-depth'}) {
$depth = $opt{'-depth'};
$pixelformat = "";
}
if ($opt{'-pixelformat'}) {
$pixelformat = $opt{'-pixelformat'};
}
if ($opt{'-noxstartup'}) {
$skipxstartup = 1;
}
if ($opt{'-xstartup'}) {
$xstartupFile = $opt{'-xstartup'};
}
if ($opt{'-fp'}) {
$fontPath = $opt{'-fp'};
$fpArgSpecified = 1;
}
&CheckGeometryAndDepth();
# Create the user's vnc directory if necessary.
if (!(-e $vncUserDir)) {
if (!mkdir($vncUserDir,0755)) {
die "$prog: Could not create $vncUserDir.\n";
}
}
# Find display number.
if ((@ARGV > 0) && ($ARGV[0] =~ /^:(\d+)$/)) {
$displayNumber = $1;
shift(@ARGV);
if (!&CheckDisplayNumber($displayNumber)) {
die "A VNC server is already running as :$displayNumber\n";
}
} elsif ((@ARGV > 0) && ($ARGV[0] !~ /^-/) && ($ARGV[0] !~ /^\+/)) {
&Usage();
} else {
$displayNumber = &GetDisplayNumber();
}
$vncPort = 5900 + $displayNumber;
if ($opt{'-name'}) {
$desktopName = $opt{'-name'};
} else {
$desktopName = "$host:$displayNumber ($ENV{USER})";
}
my %default_opts;
my %config;
# We set some reasonable defaults. Config file settings
# override these where present.
$default_opts{desktop} = &quotedString($desktopName);
$default_opts{httpd} = $vncJavaFiles if ($vncJavaFiles);
$default_opts{auth} = &quotedString($xauthorityFile);
$default_opts{geometry} = $geometry if ($geometry);
$default_opts{depth} = $depth if ($depth);
$default_opts{pixelformat} = $pixelformat if ($pixelformat);
$default_opts{rfbwait} = 30000;
$default_opts{rfbauth} = "$vncUserDir/passwd";
$default_opts{rfbport} = $vncPort;
$default_opts{fp} = $fontPath if ($fontPath);
$default_opts{pn} = "";
# Load user-overrideable system defaults
LoadConfig($vncSystemConfigDefaultsFile);
# Then the user's settings
LoadConfig($vncUserConfig);
# And then override anything set above if mandatory settings exist.
# WARNING: "Mandatory" is used loosely here! As the man page says,
# there is nothing stopping someone from EASILY subverting the
# settings in $vncSystemConfigMandatoryFile by simply passing
# CLI args to vncserver, which trump config files! To properly
# hard force policy in a non-subvertible way would require major
# development work that touches Xvnc itself.
LoadConfig($vncSystemConfigMandatoryFile, 1);
#
# Check whether VNC authentication is enabled, and if so, prompt the user to
# create a VNC password if they don't already have one.
#
$securityTypeArgSpecified = 0;
$vncAuthEnabled = 0;
$passwordArgSpecified = 0;
@vncAuthStrings = ("vncauth", "tlsvnc", "x509vnc");
# ...first we check our configuration files' settings
if ($config{'securitytypes'}) {
$securityTypeArgSpecified = 1;
foreach $arg2 (split(',', $config{'securitytypes'})) {
if (grep {$_ eq lc($arg2)} @vncAuthStrings) {
$vncAuthEnabled = 1;
}
}
}
# ...and finally we check CLI args, which in the case of the topic at
# hand (VNC auth or not), override anything found in configuration files
# (even so-called "mandatory" settings).
for ($i = 0; $i < @ARGV; ++$i) {
# -SecurityTypes can be followed by a space or "="
my @splitargs = split('=', $ARGV[$i]);
if (@splitargs <= 1 && $i < @ARGV - 1) {
push(@splitargs, $ARGV[$i + 1]);
}
if (lc(@splitargs[0]) eq "-securitytypes") {
if (@splitargs > 1) {
$securityTypeArgSpecified = 1;
}
foreach $arg2 (split(',', @splitargs[1])) {
if (grep {$_ eq lc($arg2)} @vncAuthStrings) {
$vncAuthEnabled = 1;
}
}
}
if ((lc(@splitargs[0]) eq "-password")
|| (lc(@splitargs[0]) eq "-passwordfile"
|| (lc(@splitargs[0]) eq "-rfbauth"))) {
$passwordArgSpecified = 1;
}
}
if ((!$securityTypeArgSpecified || $vncAuthEnabled) && !$passwordArgSpecified) {
($z,$z,$mode) = stat("$vncUserDir/passwd");
if (!(-e "$vncUserDir/passwd") || ($mode & 077)) {
warn "\nYou will require a password to access your desktops.\n\n";
system($exedir."vncpasswd -q $vncUserDir/passwd");
if (($? >> 8) != 0) {
exit 1;
}
}
}
$desktopLog = "$vncUserDir/$host:$displayNumber.log";
unlink($desktopLog);
# Make an X server cookie and set up the Xauthority file
# mcookie is a part of util-linux, usually only GNU/Linux systems have it.
$cookie = `mcookie`;
# Fallback for non GNU/Linux OS - use /dev/urandom on systems that have it,
# otherwise use perl's random number generator, seeded with the sum
# of the current time, our PID and part of the encrypted form of the password.
if ($cookie eq "" && open(URANDOM, '<', '/dev/urandom')) {
my $randata;
if (sysread(URANDOM, $randata, 16) == 16) {
$cookie = unpack 'h*', $randata;
}
close(URANDOM);
}
if ($cookie eq "") {
srand(time+$$+unpack("L",`cat $vncUserDir/passwd`));
for (1..16) {
$cookie .= sprintf("%02x", int(rand(256)) % 256);
}
}
open(XAUTH, "|xauth -f $xauthorityFile source -");
print XAUTH "add $host:$displayNumber . $cookie\n";
print XAUTH "add $host/unix:$displayNumber . $cookie\n";
close(XAUTH);
# Now start the X VNC Server
# We build up our Xvnc command with options
$cmd = $exedir."Xvnc :$displayNumber";
foreach my $k (sort keys %config) {
$cmd .= " -$k $config{$k}";
delete $default_opts{$k}; # file options take precedence
}
foreach my $k (sort keys %default_opts) {
$cmd .= " -$k $default_opts{$k}";
}
# Add color database stuff here, e.g.:
# $cmd .= " -co /usr/lib/X11/rgb";
foreach $arg (@ARGV) {
$cmd .= " " . &quotedString($arg);
}
$cmd .= " >> " . &quotedString($desktopLog) . " 2>&1";
# Run $cmd and record the process ID.
$pidFile = "$vncUserDir/$host:$displayNumber.pid";
system("$cmd & echo \$! >$pidFile");
# Give Xvnc a chance to start up
sleep(3);
if ($fontPath ne $defFontPath) {
unless (kill 0, `cat $pidFile`) {
if ($fpArgSpecified) {
warn "\nWARNING: The first attempt to start Xvnc failed, probably because the font\n";
warn "path you specified using the -fp argument is incorrect. Attempting to\n";
warn "determine an appropriate font path for this system and restart Xvnc using\n";
warn "that font path ...\n";
} else {
warn "\nWARNING: The first attempt to start Xvnc failed, possibly because the font\n";
warn "catalog is not properly configured. Attempting to determine an appropriate\n";
warn "font path for this system and restart Xvnc using that font path ...\n";
}
$cmd =~ s@-fp [^ ]+@@;
$cmd .= " -fp $defFontPath" if ($defFontPath);
system("$cmd & echo \$! >$pidFile");
sleep(3);
}
}
unless (kill 0, `cat $pidFile`) {
warn "Could not start Xvnc.\n\n";
unlink $pidFile;
open(LOG, "<$desktopLog");
while (<LOG>) { print; }
close(LOG);
die "\n";
}
warn "\nNew '$desktopName' desktop is $host:$displayNumber\n\n";
# Create the user's xstartup script if necessary.
if (! $skipxstartup) {
if (!(-e "$xstartupFile")) {
warn "Creating default startup script $xstartupFile\n";
open(XSTARTUP, ">$xstartupFile");
print XSTARTUP $defaultXStartup;
close(XSTARTUP);
chmod 0755, "$xstartupFile";
}
}
# Create the user's config file if necessary.
if (!(-e "$vncUserDir/config")) {
warn "Creating default config $vncUserDir/config\n";
open(VNCUSERCONFIG, ">$vncUserDir/config");
print VNCUSERCONFIG $defaultConfig;
close(VNCUSERCONFIG);
chmod 0644, "$vncUserDir/config";
}
# Run the X startup script.
if (! $skipxstartup) {
warn "Starting applications specified in $xstartupFile\n";
}
warn "Log file is $desktopLog\n\n";
# If the unix domain socket exists then use that (DISPLAY=:n) otherwise use
# TCP (DISPLAY=host:n)
if (-e "/tmp/.X11-unix/X$displayNumber" ||
-e "/usr/spool/sockets/X11/$displayNumber")
{
$ENV{DISPLAY}= ":$displayNumber";
} else {
$ENV{DISPLAY}= "$host:$displayNumber";
}
$ENV{VNCDESKTOP}= $desktopName;
if ($opt{'-fg'}) {
if (! $skipxstartup) {
system("$xstartupFile >> " . &quotedString($desktopLog) . " 2>&1");
}
if (kill 0, `cat $pidFile`) {
$opt{'-kill'} = ':'.$displayNumber;
&Kill();
}
} else {
if ($opt{'-autokill'}) {
if (! $skipxstartup) {
system("($xstartupFile; $0 -kill :$displayNumber) >> "
. &quotedString($desktopLog) . " 2>&1 &");
}
} else {
if (! $skipxstartup) {
system("$xstartupFile >> " . &quotedString($desktopLog)
. " 2>&1 &");
}
}
}
exit;
###############################################################################
# Functions
###############################################################################
#
# Populate the global %config hash with settings from a specified
# vncserver configuration file if it exists
#
# Args: 1. file path
# 2. optional boolean flag to enable warning when a previously
# set configuration setting is being overridden
#
sub LoadConfig {
local ($configFile, $warnoverride) = @_;
local ($toggle) = undef;
if (stat($configFile)) {
if (open(IN, $configFile)) {
while (<IN>) {
next if /^#/;
if (my ($k, $v) = /^\s*(\w+)\s*=\s*(.+)$/) {
$k = lc($k); # must normalize key case
if ($warnoverride && $config{$k}) {
print("Warning: $configFile is overriding previously defined '$k' to be '$v'\n");
}
$config{$k} = $v;
} elsif ($_ =~ m/^\s*(\S+)/) {
# We can't reasonably warn on override of toggles (e.g. AlwaysShared)
# because it would get crazy to do so. We'd have to check if the
# current config file being loaded defined the logical opposite setting
# (NeverShared vs. AlwaysShared, etc etc).
$toggle = lc($1); # must normalize key case
$config{$toggle} = $k;
}
}
close(IN);
}
}
}
#
# CheckGeometryAndDepth simply makes sure that the geometry and depth values
# are sensible.
#
sub CheckGeometryAndDepth
{
if ($geometry =~ /^(\d+)x(\d+)$/) {
$width = $1; $height = $2;
if (($width<1) || ($height<1)) {
die "$prog: geometry $geometry is invalid\n";
}
$geometry = "${width}x$height";
} else {
die "$prog: geometry $geometry is invalid\n";
}
if ($depth && (($depth < 8) || ($depth > 32))) {
die "Depth must be between 8 and 32\n";
}
}
#
# GetDisplayNumber gets the lowest available display number. A display number
# n is taken if something is listening on the VNC server port (5900+n) or the
# X server port (6000+n).
#
sub GetDisplayNumber
{
foreach $n (1..99) {
if (&CheckDisplayNumber($n)) {
return $n+0; # Bruce Mah's workaround for bug in perl 5.005_02
}
}
die "$prog: no free display number on $host.\n";
}
#
# CheckDisplayNumber checks if the given display number is available. A
# display number n is taken if something is listening on the VNC server port
# (5900+n) or the X server port (6000+n).
#
sub CheckDisplayNumber
{
local ($n) = @_;
socket(S, $AF_INET, $SOCK_STREAM, 0) || die "$prog: socket failed: $!\n";
eval 'setsockopt(S, &SOL_SOCKET, &SO_REUSEADDR, pack("l", 1))';
if (!bind(S, pack('S n x12', $AF_INET, 6000 + $n))) {
close(S);
return 0;
}
close(S);
socket(S, $AF_INET, $SOCK_STREAM, 0) || die "$prog: socket failed: $!\n";
eval 'setsockopt(S, &SOL_SOCKET, &SO_REUSEADDR, pack("l", 1))';
if (!bind(S, pack('S n x12', $AF_INET, 5900 + $n))) {
close(S);
return 0;
}
close(S);
if (-e "/tmp/.X$n-lock") {
warn "\nWarning: $host:$n is taken because of /tmp/.X$n-lock\n";
warn "Remove this file if there is no X server $host:$n\n";
return 0;
}
if (-e "/tmp/.X11-unix/X$n") {
warn "\nWarning: $host:$n is taken because of /tmp/.X11-unix/X$n\n";
warn "Remove this file if there is no X server $host:$n\n";
return 0;
}
if (-e "/usr/spool/sockets/X11/$n") {
warn("\nWarning: $host:$n is taken because of ".
"/usr/spool/sockets/X11/$n\n");
warn "Remove this file if there is no X server $host:$n\n";
return 0;
}
return 1;
}
#
# GetXDisplayDefaults uses xdpyinfo to find out the geometry, depth and pixel
# format of the current X display being used. If successful, it sets the
# options as appropriate so that the X VNC server will use the same settings
# (minus an allowance for window manager decorations on the geometry). Using
# the same depth and pixel format means that the VNC server won't have to
# translate pixels when the desktop is being viewed on this X display (for
# TrueColor displays anyway).
#
sub GetXDisplayDefaults
{
local (@lines, @matchlines, $width, $height, $defaultVisualId, $i,
$red, $green, $blue);
$wmDecorationWidth = 4; # a guess at typical size for window manager
$wmDecorationHeight = 24; # decoration size
return if (!defined($ENV{DISPLAY}));
@lines = `xdpyinfo 2>/dev/null`;
return if ($? != 0);
@matchlines = grep(/dimensions/, @lines);
if (@matchlines) {
($width, $height) = ($matchlines[0] =~ /(\d+)x(\d+) pixels/);
$width -= $wmDecorationWidth;
$height -= $wmDecorationHeight;
$geometry = "${width}x$height";
}
@matchlines = grep(/default visual id/, @lines);
if (@matchlines) {
($defaultVisualId) = ($matchlines[0] =~ /id:\s+(\S+)/);
for ($i = 0; $i < @lines; $i++) {
if ($lines[$i] =~ /^\s*visual id:\s+$defaultVisualId$/) {
if (($lines[$i+1] !~ /TrueColor/) ||
($lines[$i+2] !~ /depth/) ||
($lines[$i+4] !~ /red, green, blue masks/))
{
return;
}
last;
}
}
return if ($i >= @lines);
($depth) = ($lines[$i+2] =~ /depth:\s+(\d+)/);
($red,$green,$blue)
= ($lines[$i+4]
=~ /masks:\s+0x([0-9a-f]+), 0x([0-9a-f]+), 0x([0-9a-f]+)/);
$red = hex($red);
$green = hex($green);
$blue = hex($blue);
if ($red > $blue) {
$red = int(log($red) / log(2)) - int(log($green) / log(2));
$green = int(log($green) / log(2)) - int(log($blue) / log(2));
$blue = int(log($blue) / log(2)) + 1;
$pixelformat = "rgb$red$green$blue";
} else {
$blue = int(log($blue) / log(2)) - int(log($green) / log(2));
$green = int(log($green) / log(2)) - int(log($red) / log(2));
$red = int(log($red) / log(2)) + 1;
$pixelformat = "bgr$blue$green$red";
}
}
}
#
# quotedString returns a string which yields the original string when parsed
# by a shell.
#
sub quotedString
{
local ($in) = @_;
$in =~ s/\'/\'\"\'\"\'/g;
return "'$in'";
}
#
# removeSlashes turns slashes into underscores for use as a file name.
#
sub removeSlashes
{
local ($in) = @_;
$in =~ s|/|_|g;
return "$in";
}
#
# Usage
#
sub Usage
{
die("\nusage: $prog [:<number>] [-name <desktop-name>] [-depth <depth>]\n".
" [-geometry <width>x<height>]\n".
" [-pixelformat rgbNNN|bgrNNN]\n".
" [-fp <font-path>]\n".
" [-fg]\n".
" [-autokill]\n".
" [-noxstartup]\n".
" [-xstartup <file>]\n".
" <Xvnc-options>...\n\n".
" $prog -kill <X-display>\n\n".
" $prog -list\n\n");
}
#
# List
#
sub List
{
opendir(dir, $vncUserDir);
my @filelist = readdir(dir);
closedir(dir);
print "\nTigerVNC server sessions:\n\n";
print "X DISPLAY #\tPROCESS ID\n";
foreach my $file (@filelist) {
if ($file =~ /$host:(\d+)$\.pid/) {
chop($tmp_pid = `cat $vncUserDir/$file`);
if (kill 0, $tmp_pid) {
print ":".$1."\t\t".`cat $vncUserDir/$file`;
} else {
unlink ($vncUserDir . "/" . $file);
}
}
}
exit 1;
}
#
# Kill
#
sub Kill
{
$opt{'-kill'} =~ s/(:\d+)\.\d+$/$1/; # e.g. turn :1.0 into :1
if ($opt{'-kill'} =~ /^:\d+$/) {
$pidFile = "$vncUserDir/$host$opt{'-kill'}.pid";
} else {
if ($opt{'-kill'} !~ /^$host:/) {
die "\nCan't tell if $opt{'-kill'} is on $host\n".
"Use -kill :<number> instead\n\n";
}
$pidFile = "$vncUserDir/$opt{'-kill'}.pid";
}
if (! -r $pidFile) {
die "\nCan't find file $pidFile\n".
"You'll have to kill the Xvnc process manually\n\n";
}
$SIG{'HUP'} = 'IGNORE';
chop($pid = `cat $pidFile`);
warn "Killing Xvnc process ID $pid\n";
if (kill 0, $pid) {
system("kill $pid");
sleep(1);
if (kill 0, $pid) {
print "Xvnc seems to be deadlocked. Kill the process manually and then re-run\n";
print " ".$0." -kill ".$opt{'-kill'}."\n";
print "to clean up the socket files.\n";
exit
}
} else {
warn "Xvnc process ID $pid already killed\n";
$opt{'-kill'} =~ s/://;
if (-e "/tmp/.X11-unix/X$opt{'-kill'}") {
print "Xvnc did not appear to shut down cleanly.";
print " Removing /tmp/.X11-unix/X$opt{'-kill'}\n";
unlink "/tmp/.X11-unix/X$opt{'-kill'}";
}
if (-e "/tmp/.X$opt{'-kill'}-lock") {
print "Xvnc did not appear to shut down cleanly.";
print " Removing /tmp/.X$opt{'-kill'}-lock\n";
unlink "/tmp/.X$opt{'-kill'}-lock";
}
}
unlink $pidFile;
exit;
}
#
# ParseOptions takes a list of possible options and a boolean indicating
# whether the option has a value following, and sets up an associative array
# %opt of the values of the options given on the command line. It removes all
# the arguments it uses from @ARGV and returns them in @optArgs.
#
sub ParseOptions
{
local (@optval) = @_;
local ($opt, @opts, %valFollows, @newargs);
while (@optval) {
$opt = shift(@optval);
push(@opts,$opt);
$valFollows{$opt} = shift(@optval);
}
@optArgs = ();
%opt = ();
arg: while (defined($arg = shift(@ARGV))) {
foreach $opt (@opts) {
if ($arg eq $opt) {
push(@optArgs, $arg);
if ($valFollows{$opt}) {
if (@ARGV == 0) {
&Usage();
}
$opt{$opt} = shift(@ARGV);
push(@optArgs, $opt{$opt});
} else {
$opt{$opt} = 1;
}
next arg;
}
}
push(@newargs,$arg);
}
@ARGV = @newargs;
}
# Routine to make sure we're operating in a sane environment.
sub SanityCheck
{
local ($cmd);
# Get the program name
($prog) = ($0 =~ m|([^/]+)$|);
#
# Check we have all the commands we'll need on the path.
#
cmd:
foreach $cmd ("uname","xauth") {
for (split(/:/,$ENV{PATH})) {
if (-x "$_/$cmd") {
next cmd;
}
}
die "$prog: couldn't find \"$cmd\" on your PATH.\n";
}
if($exedir eq "") {
cmd2:
foreach $cmd ("Xvnc","vncpasswd") {
for (split(/:/,$ENV{PATH})) {
if (-x "$_/$cmd") {
$vncClasses = "$_/../vnc/classes";
next cmd2;
}
}
die "$prog: couldn't find \"$cmd\" on your PATH.\n";
}
}
else {
cmd3:
foreach $cmd ($exedir."Xvnc",$exedir."vncpasswd") {
for (split(/:/,$ENV{PATH})) {
if (-x "$cmd") {
$vncClasses = $exedir."../vnc/classes";
next cmd3;
}
}
die "$prog: couldn't find \"$cmd\".\n";
}
}
if (!defined($ENV{HOME})) {
die "$prog: The HOME environment variable is not set.\n";
}
#
# Find socket constants. 'use Socket' is a perl5-ism, so we wrap it in an
# eval, and if it fails we try 'require "sys/socket.ph"'. If this fails,
# we just guess at the values. If you find perl moaning here, just
# hard-code the values of AF_INET and SOCK_STREAM. You can find these out
# for your platform by looking in /usr/include/sys/socket.h and related
# files.
#
chop($os = `uname`);
chop($osrev = `uname -r`);
eval 'use Socket';
if ($@) {
eval 'require "sys/socket.ph"';
if ($@) {
if (($os eq "SunOS") && ($osrev !~ /^4/)) {
$AF_INET = 2;
$SOCK_STREAM = 2;
} else {
$AF_INET = 2;
$SOCK_STREAM = 1;
}
} else {
$AF_INET = &AF_INET;
$SOCK_STREAM = &SOCK_STREAM;
}
} else {
$AF_INET = &AF_INET;
$SOCK_STREAM = &SOCK_STREAM;
}
}