PIZAUTH(1) General Commands Manual PIZAUTH(1)

pizauthOAuth2 authentication daemon

pizauth file ... refresh | reload | server | show | shutdown [options ...]

pizauth requests, shows, and refreshes OAuth2 tokens. It is formed of two components: a persistent "server" which interacts with the user to obtain tokens, and refreshes them as necessary; and a command-line interface which can be used by other programs to show the OAuth2 token for a current account.

The top-level commands are:

[-u] account
Attempt to refresh the access token for account. Exits with 0 upon success. If there is not currently a valid access or refresh token, reports an error to stderr, initiates a new token request, and exits with 1. Unless -u is specified, the error will include an authorization URL.
Reload the server's configuration. Exits with 0 upon success or 1 if there is a problem in the configuration.
[-c config-file] [-d]
Start the server. If not specified with -c, pizauth checks for the configuration file (in order) at: $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/pizauth.conf, $HOME/.config/pizauth.conf. The server will daemonise itself unless -d is specified. Exits with 0 if the server started successfully or 1 otherwise.
[-u] account
If there is an access token for account, print that access token to stdout and exit with 0. If there is not currently a valid access token, prints an error to stderr and exits with 1. If refreshing might obtain a valid access token, refreshing is initiated in the background. Otherwise (unless -u is specified), the error will include an authorization URL. Note that this command does not block: commands must expect that they might encounter an error when showing an access token.
Shut the server down. Note that shutdown occurs asynchronously: the server may still be alive for a period of time after this command returns.



pizauth was written by Laurence Tratt https://tratt.net/laurie/

September 13, 2022 OpenBSD 7.2