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Luxconsole is a compact program that contains basic rendering and networking functionality, but does not have a graphical interface. One of its functions is to render material previews for plugins, but it can also be used to set up render servers.

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Usage: luxconsole [options] file

Luxconsole can be started by typing "luxconsole" or "./luxconsole" in a terminal window. It may be necessary to navigate to the folder where the program is located first.

For setting up render servers, please refer to the Network rendering page.

Generic options

 -v [ --version ]      Print version string
 -h [ --help ]         Produce help message

Standalone / Master node options

 -r [ --resume ]               Resume from FLM
 -R [ --overrideresume ] arg   Resume from specified FLM
 -o [ --output ] arg           Output base filename
 -f [ --fixedseed ]            Disable random seed mode
 -e [ --minepsilon ] arg (=-1) Set minimum epsilon
 -E [ --maxepsilon ] arg (=-1) Set maximum epsilon
 -L [ --list-file ] arg        Specify queue list files
 -b [ --bindump ]              Dump binary RGB framebuffer to stdout when finished

Master node options

 -u [ --useserver ] arg             Specify the address of a slave node to use
                                    (May be used multiple times)
 -i [ --serverinterval ] arg (=180) Specify the number of seconds between update requests to slave nodes
 --resetserver arg                  Specify the address of a slave node to reset
                                    (May be used multiple times)

Slave node options

 -s [ --server ]                       Run as a slave node
 -p [ --serverport ] arg (=18018)      Specify the tcp port to listen on
 -W [ --serverwriteflm ]               Write film to disk before transmitting
 -c [ --cachedir ]                     Specify the cache directory to use

Configuration options

 -V [ --verbose ]                      Increase output verbosity (show DEBUG messages)
 -q [ --quiet ]                        Reduce output verbosity (hide INFO messages)
 -x [ --very-quiet ]                   Reduce output verbosity even more (hide WARNING messages)
 -C [ --configfile ] arg (=luxconsole.cfg) Specify the configuration file to use
 -l [ --logconsole ]                   Copy the log to the console
 -d [ --debug ]                        Enable debug mode
 -t [ --threads ] arg                  Specify the number of threads to run in parallel
 -P [ --password ] arg                 Specify the reset password