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       kdat — tar-based DAT archiver for KDE.


       kdat  [--help]   [--help-kde]  [--help-qt]  [--version -v]  [--license]
       [--author]  [--caption <caption>]  [--icon <icon>]  [--miniicon <icon>]
       [--dcopserver  <server>]   [--nocrashhandler]   [--waitforwm]  [--style
       <style>]  [--geometry <geometry>]   [--display  <display>]   [--session
       <sessionid>]   [--cmap]   [--ncols  <columns>]   [--nograb]  [--dograb]
       [--sync]   [--font  --fn  <fontname>]   [--background  --bg   <colour>]
       [--button   --btn   <colour>]    [--name   <name>]   [--title  <title>]
       [--visual   TrueColor]    [--inputstyle   <style>]    [--im   <server>]


       This manual page documents briefly the kdat command.

       kdat  is  a  tar  based  tape  archiver,  that is designed to work with
       multiple archives on a single tape.


       These programs follow the usual GNU  command  line  syntax,  with  long
       options  starting  with  two  dashes  (‘-’).   A  summary of options is
       included below. However, the ordering is very strict -  --help/-h  must
       come before hostname.

       -v     --version
                 Show version information.

                 Show information about the author.

                 Show license information.

       --caption <caption>
                 Specify the caption of the window.

       --icon <icon>
                 Specify the icon of the window.

       --miniicon <icon>
                 Specify the mini-icon of the window.

       --dcopserver <server>
                 Specify the DCOP server to use.

                 Disable KDE crash handler (enables core dumps).

                 Waits for a compatible window manager to start.

       --style <style>
                 Sets the application’s GUI style (overrides KDE).

       --geometry <geometry>
                 Sets the geometry of the window.

       --display <display>
                 Specifies the X display to use.

       --session <sessionid>
                 Restores the application for the given session ID.

                 Forces use of an internal colour map on an 8-bit display.

       --ncols <count>
                 Limits the number of colours allowed in an 8-bit display.

                 Forces Qt to never grab the mouse or keyboard.

                 Overrides --nograb, which may be implicitly set.

                 Forces synchronous mode (for debugging).

       --font <font>    --fn <font>
                 Sets the default application font.

       --background <colour>      --bg <colour>
                 Sets  the default background colour and application pallette.

       --foreground <colour>      --fg <colour>
                 Sets the default foreground colour.

       --button <colour>     --btn <colour>
                 Sets the default button colour.

       --name <name>
                 Sets the application name.

       --title <name>
                 Sets the application title.

       --visual TrueColor
                 Forces the application to use a True Colour visual  on  8-bit

       --inputstyle <style>
                 Sets  X  Input Method (XIM) input style. Possible values are:
                 onthespot, overthespot, offthespot, and root.

       --im <server>
                 Sets X Input Method (XIM) server.

                 Disables X Input Method (XIM) support.


       This manual page was written by Pierre  Habouzit  <>
       for   the  Debian  GNU/Linux  system  (but  may  be  used  by  others).
       Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify  this  document
       under  the  terms  of  the  GNU General Public License version 2 or any
       later version published by the Free Software Foundation.