quota_nld listens on netlink socket and processes received quota
warnings. By default quota_nld forwards warning messages to both the
system's DBUS (so that the desktop manager can display a dialog) and
the last-accessed terminal of the user to whom each warning is
directed. Either of these destinations can be disabled with the -D
and -C options, respectively.
In the case of the user's terminal, quota messages about falling
below the hard and soft limits are not sent unless the -b option is
specified. In the case of the DBUS, all quota messages are sent.
Note, that you have to enable the kernel support for sending quota
messages over netlink (in Filesystems->Quota menu).
Show version of quota tools and exit.
Show a usage message and exit.
Do not forward quota warnings to DBUS.
Do not print quota warnings to the user's last-accessed
If quota warnings are printed to users' terminals, include
messages about falling below their hard and soft limits.
Run daemon in foreground (may be useful for debugging
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