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NAME

       irmp3d - multimedia audio jukebox daemon

SYNTAX

       irmp3d [options]

DESCRIPTION

       irmp3d is the core daemon of irmp3.
       irmp3d  is  a  multimedia  audio jukebox for Linux. Normally it runs in
       background and does not provide any screen output. irmp3d can  be  used
       to  play  mp3  files  and  has  support  for  several input and display
       devices, like IR remote controls, LCD displays  and  keypads.  Commands
       can  also  be  passed  to  irmp3d  using  network  sockets  or fifos. A
       flexible,  modularized  source  allows  easy  implementation   of   new
       functions.

OPTIONS

       -h     Output help information and exit.

       -c filename
              Specifies    configuration    file    to    use.   Defaults   to
              /etc/irmp3d.conf.

       -q     Silent operation (no logging except errors)

       -qq    Quiet operation (no logging at all)

       -v     Increase verbose level (more output). May be  used  up  to  five
              times to increase level of output.

       -l filename
              Log file to use if running in background. Defaults to irmp3.log.

       -f     Run in foreground mode and log to stdout.

       -m command
              Execute commands at startup. May be specified multiple times  on
              the command line.

       -w message
              Welcome message to display at startup.

FILES

       /etc/irmp3d.conf

AUTHORS

       Please  send  bug  reports,  comments  and  source  code to the current
       maintainer Jeremy Rosen <jeremy.rosen@enst-bretagne.fr>

       Originally created by Andreas Neuhaus. Contributions  by  Josh  Pieper,
       David  Glaude,  Wilton  Wong,  Vladimir Nadvornik, David Potter, Volker
       Wegert Alexander Fedtke and many others. Please see file AUTHORS!

SEE ALSO

       irmp3d.conf(5), irmp3(1)