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Usage: cwcp [options...]
Audio system options:
-s, --system=SYSTEM
generate sound using SYSTEM audio system
SYSTEM: {null|console|oss|alsa|pulseaudio|soundcard}
'null': don't use any sound output
'console': use system console/buzzer
this output may require root privileges
'oss': use OSS output
'alsa' use ALSA output
'pulseaudio' use PulseAudio output
'soundcard': use either PulseAudio, OSS or ALSA
default sound system: 'pulseaudio'->'oss'->'alsa'
-d, --device=DEVICE
use DEVICE as output device instead of default one;
optional for {console|oss|alsa|pulseaudio};
default devices are:
'console': "/dev/console"
'oss': "/dev/audio"
'alsa': "default"
'pulseaudio': ( default )
Sending options:
-w, --wpm=WPM set initial words per minute
valid values: 4 - 60
default value: 12
-t, --tone=HZ set initial tone to HZ
valid values: 0 - 4000
default value: 800
-v, --volume=PERCENT set initial volume to PERCENT
valid values: 0 - 100
default value: 70
Dot/dash options:
-g, --gap=GAP set extra gap between letters
valid values: 0 - 60
default value: 0
-k, --weighting=WEIGHT set weighting to WEIGHT
valid values: 20 - 80
default value: 50
Other options:
-T, --time=TIME set initial practice time (in minutes)
valid values: 1 - 99
default value: 15
-f, --infile=FILE read practice words from FILE
-F, --outfile=FILE write current practice words to FILE
-h, --help print this message
-V, --version print version information
Usage of pulsemixer:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --version print version
-l, --list list everything
--list-sources list sources
--list-sinks list sinks
--id ID specify ID. If no ID specified - default sink is used
--set-volume n set volume for ID
--set-volume-all n:n set volume for ID (for every channel)
--change-volume +-n change volume for ID
--get-mute get mute for ID
--toggle-mute toggle mute for ID
--get-volume get volume for ID
--mute mute ID
--unmute unmute ID
--server choose the server to connect to
--color n 0 no color, 1 color currently selected, 2 full-color (default)
--no-mouse disable mouse support
......@@ -34,6 +34,7 @@ pacmd - reconfigure a PulseAudio sound server during runtime
pactl - control a running PulseAudio sound server
pamix - ncurses based pulseaudio mixer for the commandline
pmidi - a midi file player for ALSA
pulsemixer - a python-based pulseaudio mixer
pyradio - Play internet radio stations from the command-line
radio - console radio application to control connected radio devices
schismtracker - tracked music editor based on Impulse Tracker
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Usage:
efax [ option ]... [ -t num [ file... ] ]
Options:
-a str use command ATstr to answer
-c cap set modem and receive capabilites to cap
-d dev use modem on device dev
-e cmd exec "/bin/sh -c cmd" for voice calls
-f fnt use (PBM) font file fnt for headers
-g cmd exec "/bin/sh -c cmd" for data calls
-h hdr use page header hdr (use %d's for current page/total pages)
-i str send modem command ATstr at start
-j str send modem command ATstr after set fax mode
-k str send modem command ATstr when done
-l id set local identification to id
-o opt use protocol option opt:
0 use class 2.0 instead of class 2 modem commands
1 use class 1 modem commands
2 use class 2 modem commands
a if first [data mode] answer attempt fails retry as fax
e ignore errors in modem initialization commands
f use virtual flow control
h use hardware flow control
l halve lock file polling interval
n ignore page retransmission requests
r do not reverse received bit order for Class 2 modems
x use XON instead of DC2 to trigger reception
z add 100 ms to pause before each modem comand (cumulative)
-q ne ask for retransmission if more than ne errors per page
-r pat save received pages into files pat.001, pat.002, ...
-s share (unlock) modem device while waiting for call
-v lvl print messages of type in string lvl (ewinchamr)
-w don't answer phone, wait for OK or CONNECT instead
-x fil use uucp-style lock file fil
Commands:
-t dial num and send fax image files file...
......@@ -14,6 +14,7 @@ catppt - reads MS-PowerPoint file and puts its content on standard output
dav - a minimalist ncurses-based text editor
dict - a client for the Dictionary Server Protocol (DICT)
echo - display a line of text
efax - send/receive faxes with Class 1, 2 or 2.0 fax modem
fbgs - Poor man's PostScript/pdf viewer for the linux
framebuffer console
gitview - an ASCII/HEX file viewer
......@@ -24,6 +25,7 @@ less - opposite of more
look - check for an English word, from the dictionary, in case of confusion,
right from the shell
markdown - convert text to html
mcedit - internal file editor of GNU Midnight Commander
mdp - a command-line based markdown presentation tool
more - file perusal filter for crt viewing
nano - Nano's ANOther editor, an enhanced free Pico clone
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Usage:
mcedit [OPTION…] [+number] [this_dir] [other_panel_dir]
+number - Set initial line number for the internal editor
GNU Midnight Commander 4.8.18
Help Options:
-h, --help Show help options
--help-all Show all help options
--help-terminal Terminal options
--help-color Color options
Application Options:
-V, --version Displays the current version
-f, --datadir Print data directory
-F, --datadir-info Print extended info about used data directories
--configure-options Print configure options
-P, --printwd=<file> Print last working directory to specified file
-U, --subshell Enables subshell support (default)
-u, --nosubshell Disables subshell support
-l, --ftplog=<file> Log ftp dialog to specified file
-v, --view=<file> Launches the file viewer on a file
-e, --edit=<file> ... Edit files
Please send any bug reports (including the output of 'mc -V')
as tickets at www.midnight-commander.org
###################################
# Launch JACK at PulseAudio start #
###################################
sudo nano /etc/pulse/default.pa
Add to line 44 and 45-ish:
load-module module-jack-sink
load-module module-jack-sourc
pacmd(1) General Commands Manual pacmd(1)
NAME
pacmd - Reconfigure a PulseAudio sound server during runtime
SYNOPSIS
pacmd
pacmd --help
pacmd --version
DESCRIPTION
This tool can be used to introspect or reconfigure a running PulseAudio sound server dur‐
ing runtime. It connects to the sound server and offers a simple live shell that can be
used to enter the commands also understood in the default.pa configuration scripts.
To exit the live shell, use ctrl+d. Note that the 'exit' command inside the shell will
tell the PulseAudio daemon itself to shutdown!
If any arguments are passed on the command line, they will be passed into the live shell
which will process the command and exit.
OPTIONS
-h | --help
Show help.
--version
Show version information.
AUTHORS
The PulseAudio Developers <pulseaudio-discuss (at) lists (dot) freedesktop (dot) org>;
PulseAudio is available from http://pulseaudio.org/
SEE ALSO
pulse-cli-syntax(5), pulseaudio(1), pactl(1), default.pa(5)
Manuals User pacmd(1)
pacmd exit
pacmd help
pacmd list-(modules|sinks|sources|clients|cards|samples)
pacmd list-(sink-inputs|source-outputs)
pacmd stat
pacmd info
pacmd load-module NAME [ARGS ...]
pacmd unload-module NAME|#N
pacmd describe-module NAME
pacmd set-(sink|source)-volume NAME|#N VOLUME
pacmd set-(sink-input|source-output)-volume #N VOLUME
pacmd set-(sink|source)-mute NAME|#N 1|0
pacmd set-(sink-input|source-output)-mute #N 1|0
pacmd update-(sink|source)-proplist NAME|#N KEY=VALUE
pacmd update-(sink-input|source-output)-proplist #N KEY=VALUE
pacmd set-default-(sink|source) NAME|#N
pacmd kill-(client|sink-input|source-output) #N
pacmd play-sample NAME SINK|#N
pacmd remove-sample NAME
pacmd load-sample NAME FILENAME
pacmd load-sample-lazy NAME FILENAME
pacmd load-sample-dir-lazy PATHNAME
pacmd play-file FILENAME SINK|#N
pacmd dump
pacmd move-(sink-input|source-output) #N SINK|SOURCE
pacmd suspend-(sink|source) NAME|#N 1|0
pacmd suspend 1|0
pacmd set-card-profile CARD PROFILE
pacmd set-(sink|source)-port NAME|#N PORT
pacmd set-port-latency-offset CARD-NAME|CARD-#N PORT OFFSET
pacmd set-log-target TARGET
pacmd set-log-level NUMERIC-LEVEL
pacmd set-log-meta 1|0
pacmd set-log-time 1|0
pacmd set-log-backtrace FRAMES
-h, --help Show this help
--version Show version
When no command is given pacmd starts in the interactive mode.
pactl(1) General Commands Manual pactl(1)
NAME
pactl - Control a running PulseAudio sound server
SYNOPSIS
pactl [options] COMMAND [ARGS ...]
pactl --help
pactl --version
DESCRIPTION
pactl can be used to issue control commands to the PulseAudio sound server.
pactl only exposes a subset of the available operations. For the full set use the
pacmd(1).
OPTIONS
-h | --help
Show help.
--version
Show version information.
-s | --server=SERVER
Choose the server to connect to.
-n | --client-name=NAME
Specify the client name pactl shall pass to the server when connecting.
COMMANDS
stat Dump a few statistics about the memory usage of the PulseAudio daemon.
info Dump some info about the PulseAudio daemon.
list [short] [TYPE]
Dump all currently loaded modules, available sinks, sources, streams, etc. TYPE
must be one of: modules, sinks, sources, sink-inputs, source-outputs, clients, sam‐
ples, cards. If not specified, all info is listed. If short is given, output is in
a tabular format, for easy parsing by scripts.
exit Asks the PulseAudio server to terminate.
upload-sample FILENAME [NAME]
Upload a sound from the specified audio file into the sample cache. The file types
supported are those understood by libsndfile. The sample in the cache is named
after the audio file, unless the name is explicitly specified.
play-sample NAME [SINK]
Play the specified sample from the sample cache. It is played on the default sink,
unless the symbolic name or the numerical index of the sink to play it on is speci‐
fied.
remove-sample NAME
Remove the specified sample from the sample cache.
load-module NAME [ARGUMENTS ...]
Load the specified module with the specified arguments into the running sound
server. Prints the numeric index of the module just loaded to STDOUT. You can use
it to unload the module later.
unload-module ID|NAME
Unload the module instance identified by the specified numeric index or unload all
modules by the specified name.
move-sink-input ID SINK
Move the specified playback stream (identified by its numerical index) to the spec‐
ified sink (identified by its symbolic name or numerical index).
move-source-output ID SOURCE
Move the specified recording stream (identified by its numerical index) to the
specified source (identified by its symbolic name or numerical index).
suspend-sink SINK 1|0
Suspend or resume the specified sink (which my be specified either by its symbolic
name, or by its numeric index), depending whether 1 (suspend) or 0 (resume) is
passed as last argument. Suspending a sink will pause all playback. Depending on
the module implementing the sink this might have the effect that the underlying
device is closed, making it available for other applications to use. The exact be‐
haviour depends on the module.
suspend-source SOURCE 1|0
Suspend or resume the specified source (which my be specified either by its sym‐
bolic name, or by its numeric index), depending whether 1 (suspend) or 0 (resume)
is passed as last argument. Suspending a source will pause all capturing. Depending
on the module implementing the source this might have the effect that the underly‐
ing device is closed, making it available for other applications to use. The exact
behaviour depends on the module.
set-card-profile CARD PROFILE
Set the specified card (identified by its symbolic name or numerical index) to the
specified profile (identified by its symbolic name).
set-default-sink SINK
Make the specified sink (identified by its symbolic name) the default sink.
set-sink-port SINK PORT
Set the specified sink (identified by its symbolic name or numerical index) to the
specified port (identified by its symbolic name).
set-default-source SOURCE
Make the specified source (identified by its symbolic name) the default source.
set-source-port SOURCE PORT
Set the specified source (identified by its symbolic name or numerical index) to
the specified port (identified by its symbolic name).
set-port-latency-offset CARD PORT OFFSET
Set a latency offset to a specified port (identified by its symbolic name) that
belongs to a card (identified by its symbolic name or numerical index). OFFSET is a
number which represents the latency offset in microseconds
set-sink-volume SINK VOLUME [VOLUME ...]
Set the volume of the specified sink (identified by its symbolic name or numerical
index). VOLUME can be specified as an integer (e.g. 2000, 16384), a linear factor
(e.g. 0.4, 1.100), a percentage (e.g. 10%, 100%) or a decibel value (e.g. 0dB,
20dB). If the volume specification start with a + or - the volume adjustment will
be relative to the current sink volume. A single volume value affects all channels;
if multiple volume values are given their number has to match the sink's number of
channels.
set-source-volume SOURCE VOLUME [VOLUME ...]
Set the volume of the specified source (identified by its symbolic name or numeri‐
cal index). VOLUME can be specified as an integer (e.g. 2000, 16384), a linear fac‐
tor (e.g. 0.4, 1.100), a percentage (e.g. 10%, 100%) or a decibel value (e.g. 0dB,
20dB). If the volume specification start with a + or - the volume adjustment will
be relative to the current source volume. A single volume value affects all chan‐
nels; if multiple volume values are given their number has to match the source's
number of channels.
set-sink-input-volume INPUT VOLUME [VOLUME ...]
Set the volume of the specified sink input (identified by its numerical index).
VOLUME can be specified as an integer (e.g. 2000, 16384), a linear factor (e.g.
0.4, 1.100), a percentage (e.g. 10%, 100%) or a decibel value (e.g. 0dB, 20dB). If
the volume specification start with a + or - the volume adjustment will be relative
to the current sink input volume. A single volume value affects all channels; if
multiple volume values are given their number has to match the sink input's number
of channels.
set-source-output-volume OUTPUT VOLUME [VOLUME ...]
Set the volume of the specified source output (identified by its numerical index).
VOLUME can be specified as an integer (e.g. 2000, 16384), a linear factor (e.g.
0.4, 1.100), a percentage (e.g. 10%, 100%) or a decibel value (e.g. 0dB, 20dB). If
the volume specification start with a + or - the volume adjustment will be relative
to the current source output volume. A single volume value affects all channels; if
multiple volume values are given their number has to match the source output's num‐
ber of channels.
set-sink-mute SINK 1|0|toggle
Set the mute status of the specified sink (identified by its symbolic name or
numerical index).
set-source-mute SOURCE 1|0|toggle
Set the mute status of the specified source (identified by its symbolic name or
numerical index).
set-sink-input-mute INPUT 1|0|toggle
Set the mute status of the specified sink input (identified by its numerical
index).
set-source-output-mute INPUT 1|0|toggle
Set the mute status of the specified source output (identified by its numerical
index).
set-sink-formats SINK FORMATS
Set the supported formats of the specified sink (identified by its numerical index)
if supported by the sink. FORMATS is specified as a semi-colon (;) separated list
of formats in the form 'encoding[, key1=value1, key2=value2, ...]' (for example,
AC3 at 32000, 44100 and 48000 Hz would be specified as 'ac3-iec61937, format.rate =
"[ 32000, 44100, 48000 ]"').
subscribe
Subscribe to events, pactl does not exit by itself, but keeps waiting for new
events.
AUTHORS
The PulseAudio Developers <pulseaudio-discuss (at) lists (dot) freedesktop (dot) org>;
PulseAudio is available from http://pulseaudio.org/
SEE ALSO
pulseaudio(1), pacmd(1)
Manuals User pactl(1)
pactl [options] stat
pactl [options] info
pactl [options] list [short] [TYPE]
pactl [options] exit
pactl [options] upload-sample FILENAME [NAME]
pactl [options] play-sample NAME [SINK]
pactl [options] remove-sample NAME
pactl [options] load-module NAME [ARGS ...]
pactl [options] unload-module NAME|#N
pactl [options] move-(sink-input|source-output) #N SINK|SOURCE
pactl [options] suspend-(sink|source) NAME|#N 1|0
pactl [options] set-card-profile CARD PROFILE
pactl [options] set-default-(sink|source) NAME
pactl [options] set-(sink|source)-port NAME|#N PORT
pactl [options] set-(sink|source)-volume NAME|#N VOLUME [VOLUME ...]
pactl [options] set-(sink-input|source-output)-volume #N VOLUME [VOLUME ...]
pactl [options] set-(sink|source)-mute NAME|#N 1|0|toggle
pactl [options] set-(sink-input|source-output)-mute #N 1|0|toggle
pactl [options] set-sink-formats #N FORMATS
pactl [options] set-port-latency-offset CARD-NAME|CARD-#N PORT OFFSET
pactl [options] subscribe
The special names @DEFAULT_SINK@, @DEFAULT_SOURCE@ and @DEFAULT_MONITOR@
can be used to specify the default sink, source and monitor.
-h, --help Show this help
--version Show version
-s, --server=SERVER The name of the server to connect to
-n, --client-name=NAME How to call this client on the server
pamix(1) pamix man page pamix(1)
SYNOPSIS
pamix [--version]
DESCRIPTION
This is a pavucontrol inspired ncurses based pulseaudio mixer for the commandline
OPTIONS
General options
--version print build version
CONFIGURATION
pamix is configured using a file called pamix.conf inside the $XDG_CONFIG_HOME or
$XDG_CONFIG_DIRS directories or their default values, should they not be set.
$XDG_CONFIG_HOME will be preferred over $XDG_CONFIG_DIRS.
COMMANDS
PAmix conf files support the following commands:
* set * bind * unbind * unbindall
characters after a ';' will be interpreted as comments and ignored
set
SYNOPSIS: set KEY=VALUE
set is used to set a variable. This is currently only relevant for the 'pulseau‐
dio_autospawn' and 'default_tab' options.
bind
SYNOPSIS: bind KEYNAME MIXER-COMMAND [ARGUMENT]
bind is used to bind a keyname to a mixer-command.
Some mixer-commands require an argument.
You can bind a keyname to multiple mixer-commands.
unbind
SYNOPSIS: unbind KEYNAME
unbind will remove all bindings for the given keyname
unbindall
SYNOPSIS: unbindall
unbindall will remove all key bindings
PAMIX-COMMANDS
Pamix-Commands can be bound to keys using the bind command and are used to interact with
pamix.
The following pamix-commands are currently supported: * quit * select-tab * select-next *
select-prev * set-volume * add-volume * cycle-next * cycle-prev * toggle-lock * set-lock *
toggle-mute * set-mute
quit
quit will cause PAmix to exit and takes no arguments.
select-tab
select-tab will select one of the following tabs: Output Devices, Input Devices, Playback,
Recording, Cards
select-tab takes the number of the tab to switch to starting at 0 in the order mentioned.
select-next and select-prev
these commands are given the optional argument 'channel' they will select the next and
previous channels. if no argument is given they will select the next and previous entry
in the displayed tab.
set-volume
this command takes the targetvalue in form of a double as an argument.
depending on weather channels are locked, this command will set the volume of the selected
entry/channel to the targetvalue given in the argument.
Example: bind 0 set-volume 1.0 ; this will set the volume to 100%
add-volume
this command takes a deltavalue in form of a double as an argument.
the deltavalue can be negative Example: bind h add-volume -0.05 ; this will reduce the
volume by 5%
cycle-next and cycle-prev
these commands will change the device or port of the currently selected entry.
they dont take any arguments.
toggle-lock
this command toggles weather channels should be locked together for the currently selected
entry
and takes no arguments.
set-lock
this command takes either '0' or '1' as an argument and sets the channel-lock like the
toggle-lock mixer-command.
toggle-mute
toggles weather the currently selected entry is muted
and takes no arguments.
set-mute
works like the set-lock mixer-command, but sets weather the currently selected entry is
muted or not
DEFAULT CONFIGURATION
pamix does not autospawn pulseaudio by default
Keybindings:
F1 show Playback tab
F2 show Recording tab
F3 show Output devices tab
F4 show Input devices tab
F4 show Cards tab
0-9 set volume to percentage (10%-100%)
j/down select next channel
J select next entry
k/up select previous channel
K select previous entry
h/left decrease volume
h/right increase volume
c un/lock channels
s/S select next/previous device/port
V1.6-10-gea4ab3b 05 Sep 2016 pamix(1)
Usage of pulsemixer:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
-v, --version print version
-l, --list list everything
--list-sources list sources
--list-sinks list sinks
--id ID specify ID. If no ID specified - default sink is used
--set-volume n set volume for ID
--set-volume-all n:n set volume for ID (for every channel)
--change-volume +-n change volume for ID
--get-mute get mute for ID
--toggle-mute toggle mute for ID
--get-volume get volume for ID
--mute mute ID
--unmute unmute ID
--server choose the server to connect to
--color n 0 no color, 1 color currently selected, 2 full-color (default)
--no-mouse disable mouse support
ALSAMIXER(1) General Commands Manual ALSAMIXER(1)
NAME
alsamixer - soundcard mixer for ALSA soundcard driver, with ncurses interface
SYNOPSIS
alsamixer [options]
DESCRIPTION
alsamixer is an ncurses mixer program for use with the ALSA soundcard drivers. It supports
multiple soundcards with multiple devices.
OPTIONS
-h, --help
Help: show available flags.
-c, --card <card number or identification>
Select the soundcard to use, if you have more than one. Cards are numbered from 0
(the default).
-D, --device <device identification>
Select the mixer device to control.
-V, --view <mode>
Select the starting view mode, either playback, capture or all.
-g, --no-color
Toggle the using of colors.
MIXER VIEWS
The top-left corner of alsamixer is the are to show some basic information: the card name,
the mixer chip name, the current view mode and the currently selected mixer item. When
the mixer item is switched off, [Off] is displayed in its name.
Volume bars are located below the basic information area. You can scroll left/right when
all controls can't be put in a single screen. The name of each control is shown in the
bottom below the volume bars. The currently selected item is drawn in red and/of empha‐
sized.
Each mixer control with volume capability shows a box and the current volume filled in
that box. The volume percentages are displayed below the volume bar for left and right
channels. For a mono control, only one value is shown there.
When a mixer control is turned off, M (mute) appears below the volume bar. When it's
turned on, O in green appears instead. You can toggle the switch via m key.
When a mixer control has capture capability, the capture flag appears below the volume
bar, too. When the capture is turned off, ------- is shown. CAPTURE in red appears when
the capture switch is turned on. In addition, L and R letters appear in left and right
side to indicate that left and the right channels are turned on.
Some controls have the enumeration list, and don't show boxes but only texts which indi‐
cate the currently active item. You can change the item via up/down keys.
VIEW MODES
alsamixer has three view modes: playback, capture and all. In the playback view, only the
controls related with playback are shown. Similarly, only the controls for capture
(recording) are shown in the capture view. The all view mode shows all controls. The
current view mode is displayed in the top-left position together with the mixer name, etc.
The default view mode is the playback view. You can change it via -V option.
Each view mode can be switched via keyboard commands, too. See the next section.
KEYBOARD COMMANDS
alsamixer recognizes the following keyboard commands to control the soundcard. Commands
shown here in upper case can also be given in lower case. To be reminded of these key‐
strokes, hit the h key.
General Controls
The Left and right arrow keys are used to select the channel (or device, depending on your
preferred terminology). You can also use n ("next") and p ("previous").
The Up and Down Arrows control the volume for the currently selected device. You can also
use + or - for the same purpose. Both the left and right signals are affected. For inde‐
pendent left and right control, see below.
The B or = key adjusts the balance of volumes on left and right channels.
M toggles muting for the current channel (both left and right). If the hardware supports
it, you can mute left and right independently by using , (or <) and . (or >) respectively.
SPACE enables recording for the current channel. If any other channels have recording
enabled, they will have their recording function disabled first. This only works for valid
input channels, of course.
L re-draws the screen.
View Mode Controls
Function keys are used to change view modes. You can switch to the help mode and the proc
info mode via F1 and F2 keys, respectively. On terminals that can't use function keys
like gnome-terminal, ? and / keys can be used alternatively for help and proc modes.
F3, F4 and F5 keys are used to switch to playback, capture and all view mode, respec‐
tively. TAB key toggles the current view mode circularly.
Quick Volume Changes
PageUp increases volume by 5.
PageDown decreases volume by 5.
End sets volume to 0.
You can also control left & right levels for the current channel independently, as fol‐
lows:
[Q | W | E ] -- turn UP [ left | both | right ]
[Z | X | C ] -- turn DOWN [ left | both | right ]