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       ld10k1 - emu10k1(emu10k2) patch loader daemon


       ld10k1 [option...]


       This manual page documents briefly the ld10k1 command.

       This  manual page was written for the Debian⢠distribution because the
       original program does not have a manual page.

       ld10k1 is a program that...


       This program follow the  usual  GNU  command  line  syntax,  with  long
       options starting with two dashes (‘-’).

       -h | --help
              Prints a short help message

       -c num | --card num
              Use card num - ld10k1 will use device with name hw:num.

       -d | --daemon
              Run ld10k1 in the background as a daemon.

       -i file | --pidfile file
              Print daemon process id to file, default /var/run/

       -l file | --logfile file
              Log to file.

       -n | --network
              Use TCP/IP instead of named Unix sockets for communication.

       -p name | --pipe_name name
              lo10k1  will  use a local named pipe named name to communication
              with the linker. Default is /tmp/.ld10k1_port

       --port portnum
              Listen on port. Port 20480 is default.

       -t size | --tram_size size
              Initialize initial TRAM size to size. size Size  is  in  samples
              and can be one of:

              0      external tram is disabled

              1      16 K = 16384 samples

              2      32 K = 32768 samples

              3      64 K = 65536 samples

              4      128 K = 131072 samples

              5      256 K = 262144 samples

              6      512 K = 524288 samples

              7      1024 K = 1048576 samples

              8      2048 K = 2097152 samples


       lo10k1(1), dl10k1(8), as10k1(1).


       This     manual     page    was    written    by    Mikael    Magnusson
       <> for the Debian⢠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 any later version published by the Free Software Foundation.

       On Debian systems, the complete text of the GNU General Public  License
       can be found in /usr/share/common-licenses/GPL.


       Mikael Magnusson.

                               February 18, 2005                     LD10K1(8)