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       GNUmed - an electronic MEDICAL record software for GP offices

       This is not fully featured yet. Use at your own risk.  You have been warned.


       gnumed  [--quiet|debug]  [--slave]  [--text-domain=TEXTDOMAIN]  [--log-file=FILE] [--conf-
       file=FILE] [--lang-gettext=LANGUAGE]  [--ui=UI-TYPE]  [--wxp=VERSION]  [--override-schema-
       check] [--local-import] [--help] [--version] [-V] [-h|?]


       GNUmed  is  a  solution  for  keeping  safe  and  medically  sound electronic records on a
       patient's health. It primarily focuses on GP offices. It is released under the GPL.

       GNUmed is written in Python with  wxPython/wxWindows.  Data  is  stored  in  a  PostgreSQL
       database. Multiple clients can work with the same database at the same time.


              Be extra quiet and show only _real_ errors in the log.

              Pre-set  the  [debug  mode]  checkbox  in the login dialog which controls increased
              verbosity in the log file.

              Useful for, well, debugging :-)  Slower, too.

              Pre-set the [enable remote control] checkbox in the login dialog to enable the XML-
              RPC remote control feature.

              Enable HIPAA features with user workflow impact.

              Those  features  which  do  not  affect  the  workflow  of the user are permanently

              Set this to change the name of the language file to be loaded.  Note, this does not
              change  the  directory  the  file  is  searched in, only the name of the file where
              messages are loaded from. The standard textdomain is, of course,  "".  You
              need only specify the base name of the file without the .mo extension.

              Use  this  to  change  the  name  of  the  log  file. The default log file would be

              Use configuration file FILE instead of searching for it in standard locations.

              Explicitly set the language to use in gettext translation. The very same effect can
              be achieved by setting the environment variable $LANG from a launcher script.

              Explicitly  set  the  user  interface type. Omitting this argument will default the
              interface to wxPython.

              Valid values are:

                   wxp: wxPython Python client (default)

              Explicitly request a wxPython major version. Omitting the argument will default  to
              trying wxPython 3 first, then attempting to fall back to wxPython 2.

              Valid values are:

                   2: request wxPython 2

                   3: request wxPython 3

              Continue  loading  the  client  even  if the database schema version and the client
              software version cannot be verified to be compatible.

              Skip checking for client updates. This is useful during  development  or  when  the
              update check URL is unavailable.

              At  startup  adjust  the PYTHONPATH such that the GNUmed client is run from a local
              copy of the source tree rather than from a proper system-wide installation.

       --version, -V
              Show version information about the GNUmed client and the database it needs.

       --help, -h, or -?
              Well, show this help.


       LANG, LC_MESSAGES, etc.
              See gettext(1) for how the various locale related environment variables work.


              The system-wide configuration file.

              The user-specific configuration file.

              The default log file.

              Detailed Wiki-style documentation
              Users' website
              German website
              Mailing list home
              Source code repository (Git)

              Local documentation

       man -k gm-*
              List man pages on gm-* commands.



       A lot of functionality is still missing. However, to  make  up  for  that,  we  deliver  a
       plethora of bugs for your amusement :-)

       Use at your own risk. You have been warned. Take proper backups !