All of these example assume you have installed archmap via pacman or pip, if you would like to use the script directly, just use ./archmap.py.


The --help flag will output a help message with all of the available options:

archmap --help

Basic use

By default, running archmap will output three files to /tmp, archmap_users.txt, archmap.geojson and archmap.kml, this can be overridden by either using the config file or by the following command line switches.

Using the --verbose flag will print information on what the script is doing:

archmap --verbose

You can specify the output location for the GeoJSON, KML and CSV:

archmap --geojson /tmp/archmap.geojson --kml /tmp/archmap.kml --csv /tmp/archmap.csv


If the script is run on a system that uses systemd, it will log to it using the syslog identifier - "archmap".

You can review all logs generated by archmap by using:

journalctl SYSLOG_IDENTIFIER=archmap